The layoffs cut the staff of De Los, the newspaper’s digital edition to Latino coverage resulted in 38% of its Latino caucus members receiving pink slips
The BBC’s decision comes only days after the British network’s former director called the news organization “institutionally antisemitic”
Miss Nicaragua Sheynnis Palacios won the competition Saturday night in the Central American country, the first from her nation to wear the crown
The Georgia native and mother of three was 96 years old. She entered hospice late last week, but was diagnosed with dementia earlier this year.
Ociel Baena considered himself “non-binary” and was recognized as the first “non-binary” member of the Mexican judiciary. He was killed alongside a second person whom police believe was his partner.
Census predicts U.S. population will decrease without migrants: Hispanics one quarter of population by 2060
The U.S. Census Bureau predicted that due to the low birth rate and high immigration rate, the only way the American population has a credible chance of growing is from migration
Chile is now estimated to have more than half a million Palestinians, the largest community of its kind outside Middle East, some of whom have met with the minister of foreign affairs to push the government into forcing a ceasefire with Israel
Latinos are “the fastest-growing racial and ethnic group in the U.S. electorate since the last midterm elections,” according to the Pew Research Center
From 2001-2021, the number of Hispanics now holding an advanced degree escalated from 710,000 to over 2.5 million
When Cruz was exiled by the communists in the 1960s from her native island of Cuba, she vowed to never return until it was free, and she kept her promise
The famous statue of the explorer standing proudly in Columbus Circle by Central Park West is only one of many statues of historical figures the city is considering removing, including those of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson