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J.Lo and A-Rod help Bronx kids live the American real estate dream

New York - To amass a fortune in real estate, despite New York's crazy housing prices: that is the challenge thrown down by singer Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez to kids from the Bronx, the city's poorest borough.

Anxiety, tears and prayers in California's immigrant community

Coachella - For the past three decades, Emilio Lopez Bautista has risen before dawn and headed to work in the farm fields of California, earning an honest living, buying a house, and steering clear of trouble.

Donald Trump: Latino group offers $5K to call Trump racist on SNL

As Donald Trump prepares to host "Saturday Night Live" on Nov. 7, Latino groups are protesting NBC for inviting Trump to host, saying the billionaire's stance against illegal immigration is tantamount to racism against all Hispanics.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio racially profiled Latinos, federal judge rules

A federal judge ruled Friday that Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, violated the constitutional rights of Latino drivers in his campaign against illegal immigration and ordered him to stop using race as a factor in his immigration policing efforts.

Op-Ed: President Obama and comprehensive immigration reform

Owing to a considerable extent his re-election to Latino voters’ support, President Barack Obama is expected to promptly focus on addressing the controversial topic of immigration policy.

Latino voters weigh in on the 2012 US Elections

On Election Day, Latinos and Latino voters weigh in on Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. While Obama's expected to get high support from Latinos, there are Latino voters disillusioned with him.

Spirits of Latino voters are high for 2012 US Elections

Latino voters are making their voices heard as their spirits are high in respect to the 2012 US Elections. It shows that the Latino vote remains a relevant and crucial voting block.

New poll: President Obama draws 70% of Latinos

President Barack Obama’s support among Latino voters continues strong hovering at or around the 70-percent mark, according to two national polls released Monday.

Torii Hunter considers Latino players to be cheap

Torii Hunter of the Los Angeles Angels made headlines this week when he discussed the impact of Latino players in Major League Baseball.

Latino Groups Want U.S. to Hold Back School Funds for Boston

Dissatisfied with the services being provided to non-English speaking students, several Latino organizations are asking the federal government to withhold funds for the Boston school district until the situation is corrected.

Poll: 78 Per Cent of Latinos Prefer Obama Over McCain

As United States Election Day 2008 has kicked off its first hours of the day, a new poll has been launched in regards to the Latino vote.

Obama and McCain Fight For The Latino Vote

In Washington DC, presumed Democratic nominee Barack Obama and presumed GOP nominee are courting the Latino voters at the annual NALEO conference.

Obama Reaches Out To Latino Voters

As the presumed Democratic nominee, Senator Barack Obama of Illinois is looking to reach out to a core voting bloc, the Latinos.

Immigration Stance A Balancing Act For McCain

On the issue of immigration, presumed GOP presidential nominee Senator John McCain of Arizona is seeking the Latino voting bloc. On the issue of immigration, McCain is in the middle of a balancing act.

Obama Addresses 'Brown-Black' Divide In Front of Hispanic Evangelical Prayer Meet

CBS News blogger Maria Gavrilovic posts in her “From The Road” blog from Brownsville, Texas, where she follows the campaign trail of US Democratic frontrunner Barack Obama.

Could the Republican Party Lose Its Latino Voting Bloc?

It would seem that blacks and in specifically black women are not the only ones who face a dilemma on who to support. Currently, the Latino voters are going through a dilemma of their own. That dilemma is whether to support John McCain.

Hillary Clinton Reaches Out To Nevada's Latino Community

While US Democratic hopeful Senator Barack Obama of Illinois had won some major labor endorsements in Nevada, US Democratic hopeful Senator Hillary Clinton of New York is looking to earn the “la presidenta” title.

Dallas Based Food Chain to Accept Mexican Pesos

Dallas-based Pizza Patrón chain, which caters heavily to Latinos, will start allowing its customers to purchase its American pizzas using Mexican Pesos.

One in 20 'Latinos' goes hungry in the US

One in 20 'Latinos' in the US regularly goes hungry and as many as one in five does not have proper access to nutritious food, a US report says.

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