A new poll out Wednesday shows 85 percent of Latinos believe all immigrants should be covered by any new stimulus package, including undocumented immigrants who pay taxes and U.S. citizen children who have undocumented parents.
The district borders the one Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez represents, but the bluest part of America could actually elect a Trump-friendly, self-described "conservative Democrat," Reverend Ruben Diaz Sr., who bragged: "I am the opposite of AOC in the South Bronx."
Democrats believe demographics and the fall electorate favor them in many races across the country, but some of their most critical voters—Latinos— are also among the hardest to reach, and have been devastated by the coronavirus crisis.
The FBI announced Monday that it had established a connection between the Pensacola, Florida, shooter that killed three sailors and wounded eight people at a U.S. military base and al Qaeda, after breaking the encryption on the shooter's iPhone.
Speaking from the oval office at a presentation of the U.S. Space Force flag, President Donald Trump touted a project from the new military branch as a "super-duper missile" that travels 17 times faster than is currently on the market.
Republicans pulled off an upset in Democratic-leaning California's 25th district in a tight race that became a flashpoint over voting centers and drew President Donald Trump's attention.
A letter from a broad coalition of groups to HHS Secretary Alex Azar asked Monday for increased funding measures to address disparities in how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting minority and rural communities, as well as seniors and other vulnerable groups.
Republicans could flip California's 25th district Tuesday in what would be a shocking upset for former Representative Katie Hill's seat—particularly after President Donald Trump called the election "rigged."
Data released Friday by the New York Police Department (NYPD) shows that 81 percent of coronavirus enforcement summonses from March 16 to May 5 were issued to black and Latino residents.
The Florida senator said that denying the checks to people in mixed-status families is wrong and that he would intervene to find out what's happening.
The disproportionate impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the nation's Latino community continues to become more stark, with Hispanic advocacy groups attempting to step in to fill some of the gaps.
The senators' call for a suspension of all new guest worker visas for 60 days and of certain categories of guest worker visas for a year could hurt other sectors like the meatpacking industry.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign is launching a multimillion-dollar Latino vote campaign after polling showed he needed to invest heavily to attract Latino men to help him secure the presidency, Newsweek has learned.
"We are calling on Congress to immediately pass legislation to protect immigrants and frontline workers, collect important racial and ethnic data on the virus, and invest in communities of color and minority-owned businesses that need our support more than ever," former presidential candidate Julian Castro, told Newsweek.
Almost half of Latinos say they approve of Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, and that the president is providing helpful information. Yet, most say they still will vote for former Vice President Joe Biden in November.
Joe Biden has prioritized unifying the party and luring the young and progressive voters that energized Senator Bernie Sanders' campaign, but has made limited overtures to win over New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The coronavirus has changed a lot about life in the United States and the attitudes of its citizens. One that has changed is Americans' appetites for major restrictions on immigration from other countries, an analysis of polls shows.
The coronavirus outbreak has already devastated Latino households across the country, with 65 percent of Hispanics losing their jobs or suffering a significant reduction of their income, a new poll found.