(NEW YORK) -- From the Olympics to practically every major league sport, 2021 has been a year where top Latino athletes have led their franchises to huge victories, winning world titles and gold medals. When they're not competing, some Latino athletes have also worked to... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Much has been made about people of color being hesitant to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Numbers have shown that Black and Latino vaccination rates are lagging behind those of white people in America. About 40% of Black people and 45% of Latinos have... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- As the delta variant continues to ravage communities across the country, Hispanic populations in many states have been left behind in the race to get the country vaccinated, according to Salud America, a national Latino-focused research organization. Health experts say misinformation, fear... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A group of Latino senators sent a letter to the Biden administration Friday, urging top officials to improve access to COVID-19 vaccines in Latino communities. Democratic Sens. Alex Padilla (Calif.), Catherine Cortez Masto (NV), Bob Menendez (NJ) and Ben Ray Luján (NM), all... Read More.
By: LAURA ROMERO, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- During the coronavirus pandemic's deadly peak last summer, Maggie Saldana begged her parents to stay home and not work. Saldana feared that her father, a grape picker, and her mother, an employee at a... Read More.
By ABBY CRUZ, ABC News (LOS ANGELES) -- With California ending a regional stay-at-home order issued because of strained capacity in the state's intensive care units, current COVID-19 data suggests that the local Latino community has been hit the hardest of all.
By JOHN VERHOVEK, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Just weeks ahead of Election Day, former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign unveiled a slate of five new ads, including a spot utilizing a veterans' testimony to slam President Donald Trump over alleged comments... Read More.
By LAURA ROMERO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Experts are sounding the alarm that beyond the physical and mortal toll the coronavirus has taken on Americans, its impact on mental health can be severe as well, especially for Latinos as that... Read More.
BY: IGNACIO TORRES, JESSICA HOPPER, and ALLIE YANG(HOUSTON) -- For years, the highlight of Candido’s day has been returning home from work to his wife and children, Caleb and Emma. He has carried the pride of his job as an... Read More.
By LAURA ROMERO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Under the scorching Florida sun, Adriana Enrique picks fresh fruit and vegetables every day. Bearing the responsibility of being the only provider for her family and being deemed by the federal government as... Read More.