Latino Politics

The president claims he's going to "go for the Hispanics" during next year's election, but "The Late Show" host isn't buying it.
Members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus are calling for an investigation following reports that detained migrant women were "visibly" bleeding through their pants.
The Texas congressman said he snuck a camera into the detention center so the public can see the women's "awful" conditions worsened by Trump's policies.
The ACLU loses its bid to keep open the sole polling place in Dodge City, which is majority Latino. The new site is out of town.
Democrat David Garcia, an education expert and veteran, faces a tough contest against GOP Gov. Doug Ducey.
“Today’s decision essentially says, ‘Go ahead and discriminate.’”
A new study on Spanish-language ads shows that Latino voters need more than sound bites and one-liners to get mobilized.
Emma Gonzalez’s impassioned plea was about the dangers of bullets and the power of ballots.
A bipartisan group of senators came to an agreement. But the White House and other senators haven't said yes yet.
Ending this program would be not just a seriously misguided decision, but an immoral one.
He continues to stoke deep animosity toward the community.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said he would look into their concerns.
The members wanted to learn more about recent deportation efforts.
Furthermore, the most recent Latino polling finds that 70 percent of Latinos say it is extremely important that the next
Hours after the inauguration, lawmakers said they would try to protect Dreamers from the new president's policies.