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Latinos Help Turn Southwest Blue

Latinos Help Turn Southwest Blue

Latinos Help Turn Southwest Blue Stephen A. Nuño of NBC reports that the turnout of Latino voters helped turn the traditional Republican strongholds in the Southwest towards Democrats. – “There was concern before the midterms that Democrats were not doing enough to

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2018 Latin Grammy Winners

2018 Latin Grammy Winners

2018 Latin Grammy Winners Leila Cobo of Billboard.com reports on the winners from the 2018 Latin Grammys Awards including J Blavin, Karol G and Luis Miguel. – “There is no landslide winner at the 2018 Latin Grammy Awards, going down Thursday night

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Cristiano Ronaldo Most Followed Person on Instagram Passing Selena Gomez

Cristiano Ronaldo Most Followed Person on Instagram Passing Selena Gomez

Cristiano Ronaldo Most Followed Person on Instagram Passing Selena Gomez Rosy Cordero of Latina.com reports that the two most followed people on Instagram are Latinos Cristiano Ronaldo followed by previous champ Selena Gomez. – “While Selena Gomez is taking a social media break,

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Non-Religious Latinos Are Growing In Numbers

Non-Religious Latinos Are Growing In Numbers

Non-Religious Latinos Are Growing In Numbers Jackie Mejia of mitú reports that research shows many Latinos, especially young adults, are moving away from religious affiliations. – “As a majority of U.S. Latinos, about 77 percent, identify as Christians according to a

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Latino Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients

Latino Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients

Latino Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients Reynaldo Leanos, Jr. Daniel Fernandez, 21, an Army Specialist Fourth Class was on a mission in Vietnam when he and others were trying to save a wounded soldier. When they came under enemy fire, Fernandez jumped

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AZ State Representative-elect Faces Birther Challenge

AZ State Representative-elect Faces Birther Challenge

AZ State Representative-elect Faces Birther Challenge Nicole Acevedo, Stephen A. Nuño and Suzanne Gamboa of NBC reports that Raquel Terán, elected Tuesday to Arizona’s legislature, vowed to fight an attempt to keep her from taking office through a challenge of

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Begging You To Vote

Begging You To Vote

Vote Letter From The Editor The Latino community in Arizona is large enough to decide any statewide election – that’s just the simple math. So, why don’t they? Why is it that Latinos seem to give away their most precious

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Politicians Try Spanish

Politicians Try Spanish

Politicians Try Spanish Democratic Rep. and Senate hopeful Kyrsten Sinema listened as a small group of Latino business owners introduced themselves, sitting at a private dining room inside a Mexican restaurant in Tucson. As one of them recounted his upbringing and how

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El Día de los Muertos Belongs To Latinos

El Día de los Muertos Belongs To Latinos

El Día de los Muertos Belongs To Latinos Kristina Puga of NBC writes about what El Día de los Muertos is and is not – it is a loving time – not scary or Halloween. – What is El Día de los

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The Stuff of Latino Nightmares

The Stuff of Latino Nightmares

The Stuff of Latino Nightmares danielli of mitú gives us a frightful list of monsters Latino parents use to spook their kids and themselves. – Around Halloween white friends love to share the scary stories there parents told them when they were

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