Friendly Skies over Cuba?

Things are heating up beween U.S. airlines.

By Ana Radelat

High Noon in Puerto Rico

A showdown looms over the island’s debt.

By Valerie Menard

New Leaders Need Apply

Adrian Carrasquillo brings a Latino perspective to Buzzfeed.

By Jessica Montoya Coggins


Raising Suspicions

Ricardo Piglia is a moving target.

By Roberto Ontiveros

Where The Girls Are

By Mark Holston

Down Under

The 33 takes you down under.

By Bel Hernandez


Empress of the Americas

Our very own Virgin of Guadalupe.

By John Coppola


Angela Arboleda

L. Xavier Cano

Sara Clemente

Kristian Ramos

Victor Cerda

Our listing of Latino events for 2016.

Dubraska Vale Lazardy

Our diversity forum in New York.

Ken Salazar

Rosemary Ravinal

Valerie Menard


Anais Carmona

Dr. Elena Rios

Jessica Montoya Coggins



Why is Hollywood
so White?

Obama’s Legacy


On the Frontlines


2016 LATINO 100

Ceviche for


We profile three Latino leaders in Congress: Reps. Linda Sanchez, Tony Cardenas, and Ben Ray Lujan. As the tumultuous presidential campaign continues, their leadership is needed more than ever.

By Patricia Guadalupe

A personal perspective on why Latinos are ignored by Oscar. This year’s awards were no different, despite Chris Rock on stage. Will it ever change?

By  Bel Hernandez

How will Obama be remembered by Latinos? Some will see him as a progressive champion who put Sonia Sotomayor on the Supreme Court. But to others, he will forever be the Deporter-in-Chief.

By Esther Cepeda

Sunday morning talk shows such as Meet the Press are where the week’s political events are discussed. But why aren’t more Latino voices heard?

By Patricia Guadalupe

A revolutionary musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda is breaking box-office records on Broadway. It’s a history lesson as well as a hip-hop extravaganza.

By John Coppola

Our annual listing of the top 100 companies providing the most opportunities for Latinos in areas such as education and workforce diversity. Find out who made the list, and who didn’t.

By Eric Garcia

For tourists, Quito is often just a stop on the way to the Galapagos Islands, but there’s much to savor in the beautiful capital of Ecuador.

By Mark Holston