Cesar Chavez Day, which is on March 31, celebrates the positive societal gains brought about by migrant workers' rights activist Cesar Chavez.
It appears that the creepy clown that has been lurking around Staten Island in New York City for the last couple of weeks is all a part of a hoax.
The two women were fighting over a parking spot when the argument escalated.
Kerry Kennedy, the daughter of Robert F. Kennedy and niece of John F. Kennedy, was acquitted Friday of driving while under the influence of a sleeping pill.
If you thought that the first week of March would bring relief from Old Man Winter and Spring-like weather, then you better think again as meteorologists predict that over 100 million will be affected by Winter Storm Titan.
On Thursday, the Dominican Republic celebrated its 170th year of Independence from Haitian rule back in 1844.
A 39-year-old pregnant woman had no choice but to deliver her baby on a New York City street corner Monday afternoon.
One of the largest drug busts in the history of Hackensack, N.J. took place on Monday. The arrest of one man could lead to information about a number of cold case murders.
An outbreak of Listeria, which has killed one person and sickened several others, has been linked to Hispanic-style cheeses in several states.
The preliminary findings of the longest health and lifestyle analysis of the U.S. Latino population has been made public this week by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Since 2006 the University of North Carolina has carried out the Latino Migration Project (LMP), a program geared toward helping immigrants to integrate into the North Carolina community at large.
Deisy Garcia and her two daughter, ages 1 and 2, were stabbed to death on Jan. 18 in their apartment. Garcia, who was allegedly killed by her husband in a fit of jealous rage, had reached out to NYPD for help months before her death.
With Latino healthcare enrollment lagging below goals, organizations are looking for any way they can think of to encourage those still uninsured to get the necessary coverage.
Two North Carolina public school districts are being targeted by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for allegedly denying access to two immigrant students.
Voto Latino, the non-profit dedicated to "bringing new and diverse voices to develop leaders by engaging youth, media, technology and celebrities to promote positive change," is celebrating a milestone this week as the organization is celebrating it's 10-year anniversary.
Latinos Post made a compilation with the most spectacular photos posted on Instagram
This video shows the hard road of recovery after a tragedy, just like the terrible event that ocurred during the Boston marathon on April 2013.
On the verge of tears, the “Fast and Furious” star accepted the MTV Movie Award through a video where he thanked to all his fans.
This is the case of DreamWorks’ animator, Daniel Hashimoto, who claims that his toddler son gets into some epic situations which remind him that life is an adventure.
A source close to the family of Nobel laureate novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez announced that the Columbian writer died on Thursday, according to
This Friday, April 18, is Good Friday, the most solemn day in the Christian calendar.
A South Carolina construction worker says a simple mistake at a hospital in Charleston has cost him hundreds of dollars.
The 78-year-old singer was driving through a curvy road in Puerto Rico.
After wrapping up a world tour, Beyonce headed to the Dominican Republic for a much needed vacation and to celebrate her anniversary with her husband Jay Z and their daughter Blue Ivy.
Listen to this new interview and find out more about the upcoming June game.
Jordan Brand recently unveiled their latest signature sneaker, the Air Jordan XX9, which will be released in two colorways in September.
With Carmelo Anthony going on 30 years of age and entering his 12th season in the NBA next year, it may be beneficial for him to part ways with the New York Knicks.