The latest news on Hispanic voters
Professional football and the Republican Party will need to make some changes if they hope to be around in 15 years.
Republicans look to move immigration agenda forward on the Hill in order to appeal to Latino voters.
Democrats are busy basking in the glory of their electoral victory, but they must beware of becoming overly confident.
A growing population of active voters has made Latinos a force to be reckoned with.
President Obama's re-election proves the Democratic Party understands the future of America as a diverse country, not one made up of rich white people.
Some say the ads appeal to a Cuban-American community that is dying out.
The Obama campaign's attempt to paint Mitt Romney as an out-of-touch, gaffe-prone presidential candidate has not been successful.
President's 40 percent lead among Hispanics means nothing if turnout is much lower than in 2008.
MIAMI (AP) — It's not just the collection plate that's getting passed around this fall at hundreds of mainly African-American and Latino churches in presidential battleground states and across the nation.
It may be too late for Romney to make up lost ground with Hispanic voters.