Latino Voices

Players from PAC-12 schools said they will sit out the upcoming football season unless the conference meets their health and racial justice demands.
LGBTQ advocates say they feel "horrified" after two Black trans women were killed this week, putting this year on track to surpass 2017's record.
This is what it's like to help test a coronavirus vaccine, including how much it pays, the side effects and what to consider before signing up.
Rent is due this weekend, and with the federal moratorium on evictions expired, millions won't be able to pay.
The new documentary chronicles the last three years of American politics through the eyes of five lawyers at the ACLU.
Advocates have pushed for the museum since 1994, when a task force found the Smithsonian had "willfully neglected" Latinx people in its programming.
Racist theology is deeply embedded in the DNA of white Christian churches, influencing even their theology on salvation, PRRI founder Robert Jones argues in a new book.
The governors of Michigan and Maryland said the president needs to ensure the information he's sharing is based on science.
Last week, the Director of National Intelligence said there was no evidence that the virus was manmade or genetically modified.
The gunfire broke out around 2 a.m. outside the embassy in northwest Washington.