Latino Voices

In a fiery dissent, the justice said the court’s decision to block COVID-19 restrictions on religious gatherings "will only exacerbate the nation’s suffering.”
“My family voted for him, donated to him and are now being thrown under the bus by him,” Brad Raffensperger wrote in an op-ed published Wednesday.
Ana Suda and Martha “Mimi” Hernandez, both U.S. citizens, said their constitutional rights were violated when they were detained in the parking lot outside a store for 40 minutes.
The president-elect also nominated Avril Haines to serve as the director of national intelligence. She would be the first woman to do so if confirmed.
Trump and his campaign have waged a war on the election system, relying heavily on baseless allegations of fraud in cities with large Black and brown communities.
Will they still have those jobs once President-elect Biden takes office? One might.
You may think your job listing sounds welcoming to people of color, but the wording can send a different signal.
A new HuffPost/YouGov survey shows people have different ideas of what a fair hiring process looks like.
A common theme emerged after this question at DC FanDome.
Biden and company rebutted some of the Trump campaign’s most prominent arguments.