Latino Voices

“It’s embarrassing that there is any hesitation on this,” the congresswoman said, demanding that House leaders strip the Republican of committee assignments.
The Women’s Health Protection Act would outlaw hundreds of state anti-abortion laws — but passing it would likely require eliminating the Senate filibuster.
“I’m going to be taking time off for a little bit to make sure that I replenish and rest,” Santana said.
Months after the state enacted a six-week abortion ban, another bill went into effect largely cutting off Texans' remaining access to abortion care.
The House minority leader "is so desperate to be speaker" that he's willing to overlook the violent targeting of women of color in Congress, the Democrat said.
From dolls with naturally curly hair to reimagined fairytale books, these products will create toy chests that match real life.
For years, anti-choice activists and politicians have attacked reproductive rights in Mississippi. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health is the endgame.
“This is not a ‘What happens in Texas stays in Texas’ situation,” said NARAL’s Kristin Ford.
President Nayib Bukele said the digital wallet used for transactions was not functioning during the first few hours.
Voting rights advocates have slammed the legislation signed by Gov. Greg Abbott as “undemocratic” and a “dangerous voter suppression bill.”
Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass have managed to make a moving film about a profound friendship that develops entirely over screens.
These moms say their experiences with pregnancy, infertility, miscarriages, childbirth — and even parenthood — radically shaped their views on abortion rights.
More than 200 kids and dozens of staff in one school district have reported COVID-19 cases since school started in mid-August.
The gesture was a dig at New York fans who have booed the underperforming ballclub.
Experts weigh in on the do’s and don'ts of preparing this iconic Peruvian dish.
The “extremely large and powerful” hurricane caused “catastrophic damage” in the Gulf Coast and continues to pose a threat, the White House said.
A Republican-led bill restricting access to the vote has passed the Texas Senate and is headed to the governor's desk, who is expected sign it into law.
Democratic lawmakers left Texas to stall voting on a Republican-backed voter suppression bill, but enough of them returned for the legislation to pass.
Black and Latinx people are disproportionately impacted by heat stress.
One activist recalled waiting rooms full of people needing procedures in the hours leading up the new law being enacted.