The latest news on Hispanics
Both parties take their shot at persuading Latino voters, who are key to 2012 and future contests.
A new study shows that Hispanic college enrollment reached new highs in 2011.
The battle for the White House is raging between social justice Catholics and pro-life church goers.
Romney, Ryan's immigration stances won't attract Hispanic voters, especially compared to Obama's.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Marking a first for Hispanics, the Democratic party has chosen the mayor of San Antonio to deliver the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention.
Facing declining enrollment, Catholic schools need to rethink their model and their audience.
Thomas Jefferson High School is accused of discriminating against black and Latino students.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The race to the White House is now available in Spanish, and it's no surprise.
The Republican Senator says his party must stop alienating Latinos.
A prominent Latino journalist says Mitt Romney’s new site gets mostly good marks.