Hector Luis Alamo
Both Republican senators have come out against the U.S. taking in Syrian refugees after last week’s Paris attacks, even as tens of thousands of Cuban refugees stream across the Texas border.
Last week’s Paris attacks are the mark of a religious threat willing to do anything to destroy democracy wherever it exists.
Hillary Clinton is hawkish on immigration and Latin America. But will Latino voters care?
A centuries-long battle has raged over the future of Puerto Rico, and now is as good a time as any to choose sides.
The Univ. of Louisville’s president is forced to apology after his inner werebigot was revealed when he dressed up as a “Mexican.”
The senator from Florida, like many Latino Republicans, opposes the same programs that helped him and his family succeed.
A review of ‘José Martí: A Revolutionary Life,’ the latest biography of the 19th-century Cuban writer and revolutionary by Alfred J. López.
The election of military-backed conservative comedian Jimmy Morales as president of Guatemala proves the system of corruption is alive and kicking.
‘Immigration Battle’ details how a bipartisan push to pass reform almost reached a deal — before it collapsed in June 2014.
When Puerto Rico’s chief economist calls Puerto Ricans who oppose the island’s policies “born losers,” he has a point — though it isn’t the one he was trying to make.
By allowing Texas officials to continue denying birth certificates to the U.S.-born children of undocumented parents, a federal judge places the rights of the state over the rights of citizens.
If colonialism finally wins in Puerto Rico, it’ll be because the United States succeeded in getting rid of all the Puerto Ricans.
Want to make sure your friends and family members are not only registered to vote but actually get to the polling place on Election Day? Now there’s an app for that.
By still celebrating Columbus Day, we focus our reverence on the wrong people and actions. October 12 belongs not to the conquistadors, but to the people of the Americas.
The National Council of La Raza is finally taking on the issue of police brutality against Latinos. What took them so long, and how serious are they?
An exposé on how Cuban immigrants are gaming the U.S. welfare system also reveals that life under socialism is not nearly as bad as the Cuba lobby would have us believe.
DMC editor-in-chief Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez discusses their latest crime fighter, and why it’s important for kids of color to see themselves reflected in comics.
In a game dubbed “LaTina Fey,” the comedian and writer only manages to name eight Latino performers.