Lin-Manuel Miranda says his support of Georgia political candidates is rooted in commonalities rather than star power.
A wide range of Latino communities in the United States are affected by climate-driven storms, floods, droughts and heat waves, and are leading the charge to address global warming.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Business leaders say Georgia's new abortion law puts them at a competitive disadvantage. Meanwhile, the Warnock and Walker campaigns spar with ads alleging domestic abuse. Plus, Latino voters are a powerful voting bloc, but are elected politicians listening to them?
In the 2020 presidential election Hispanics demonstrated their power in Georgia when the growing ethnic group overwhelmingly supported Democrat Joe Biden over incumbent Donald Trump in a race decided by fewer than 12,000 votes. But heading into this November’s midterm election, Latino voters in Georgia say political parties and candidates are guilty of ignoring their concerns.
Growing numbers of Latinos turned a mysterious census category into the country's second-largest racial group. Researchers say that makes it harder to address racial inequities over the next decade.
Opinions around the word Hispanic versus Latino or the newer Latinx are rooted in personal experiences. Here's a look at how more than 62 million people in the U.S. fall under the Hispanic umbrella.