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Watch The Emotional Moment This Dreamer Is Surprised With A Full Scholarship

Yesica Calderon received a life-changing surprise this week. The undocumented immigrant and senior at East Boston High School may have a 4.8 GPA, but her immigration status made it difficult for her to fulfill her dream of going to college. That all changed when Calderon unexpectedly received a full four-year scholarship to Regis College on Tuesday. Show More Summary

John Ridley's New Film Revisits The LA Riots At An 'Exceptionally Important' Time

“The Rodney King Riots” didn’t start with Rodney King, at least according to John Ridley’s new film “Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992.” Written and directed by Ridley, the ABC News docu-flick includes both archival footage and original interviews with local LA residents and officials chronicling their experiences in what became an uprising in L.A. Show More Summary

What Photographers Of The LA Riots Really Saw Behind The Lens

Few people in their right mind would have stayed outside the night the verdicts came down. On April 29, 1992, a Los Angeles court found four police officers not guilty in the brutal beating of black motorist Rodney King. Within hours,...Show More Summary

Dreamer Lorella Praeli To Be A Leader Of Trump Resistance On Immigration

WASHINGTON ? Lorella Praeli, formerly an undocumented activist, has experience in putting political pressure on the White House. She fought former President Barack Obama over high deportations during his first term and lobbied Congress on immigration reform. Show More Summary

Donovan and Eric: Two Mexican Dads Open Up About Their Beautiful Family

Originally published on Gays With Kids, by Clay Wirestone. For Donovan Gutierrez and his fiancé Eric Alvarado being parents is an important and sometimes complicated part of their lives. The couple met online a little more than two years ago. Show More Summary

This Instagram Account Is Documenting Every Anti-Donald Trump Sticker In NYC

These small stickers are being used to make a big political point. Dozens of different anti-Donald Trump labels have appeared across New York City since his presidential election win in November 2016. And the man behind the Resist Trump...Show More Summary

GOP Lawmaker Wants To Pay For Trump's Wall With Cash Taken From Innocent People

During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump repeatedly vowed to build a “big, beautiful wall” on the U.S.-Mexico border ? and to make Mexico pay for it. Reality set in quickly after Trump became president. Neither Mexico nor U.S.Show More Summary

Salma Hayek's Dogs Crashed A Wedding Over Cake And The Story Is Hilarious

Salma Hayek’s dogs won’t let anything get between them and their cake, not even a bride and groom. The star stopped by “The Ellen Show” on Wednesday to discuss her new movie “How to Be a Latin Lover” and ended up revealing how her dogs’...Show More Summary

The Best Vacation Ideas For A Girls Getaway

Life is built on memories, and some of the best memories are formed through friendships with your closest girlfriends. And although many memories are made in mundane moments, they’re also created somewhere a bit more special: on vacation. So...Show More Summary

Rep. Steve King Tweets Latina Constituent: 'Do You Always Lie In English?'

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) is discovering that his insults don’t translate well in anybody’s language. Constituents from King’s district came to Washington for a scheduled 2 p.m. Tuesday meeting with his legislative director. Twenty-five...Show More Summary

Main Feature Of Trump's New Crime Victims Office Is Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric

WASHINGTON ? President Donald Trump promised to create an office that would help victims of crimes committed by immigrants. The Department of Homeland Security followed through quickly and opened the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement...Show More Summary

Chief Justice Roberts Admits He Once Drove Over The Speed Limit

WASHINGTON ? The chief justice of the United States has broken the law. John Roberts made the unexpected confession Wednesday as he and his Supreme Court colleagues considered a case that tests some of the circumstances the federal government...Show More Summary

New Heineken Ad Shows Power Of Connecting Across Political Divides

Can people with drastically opposing political views still find common ground? That’s the question behind Heineken’s new advertisement, “Worlds Apart,” in which strangers participate in a social experiment, meeting to build some furniture and get to know each other. Show More Summary

The Hand You’re Dealt

In life, as in cards, it’s all about the luck of the draw. On this week’s show, Latino USA tells stories about making the most out of difficult or complicated circumstances. Latinos in Denison, Iowa, grapple with living in the district of a controversial, anti-immigrant congressman. Show More Summary

Troll This Politician And He Just Might Call Your Grandma -- Literally

When Pennsylvania House Rep. Brian Sims (D-PA) woke up Wednesday morning, he followed his usual morning routine: checking the news, and then deleting the hate speech left on his Facebook by trolls overnight. An openly gay politician, Sims is used to having to go through these motions. Show More Summary

Fewer States Suspending Driver’s Licenses For Drug Convictions

Since 2009, seven state legislatures have acted to remove themselves from a 1991 federal law that since 1994 has threatened to reduce federal highway funds to states which did not provide at least a six-month driver’s license suspension...Show More Summary

Salma Hayek Gives The Mexican Slang Lesson You Didn't Know You Needed

While President Donald Trump hopes to build a wall between Mexico and the United States, Salma Hayek wants to make sure there’s never a language barrier. In a fun Vanity Fair video posted Wednesday, Hayek, the star of “How To Be A Latin Lover” and a native of Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, gives a fun lesson in Mexican slang. Show More Summary

This Children's Workbook Teaches Girls About Iconic Women In Politics?

If you’re old enough to be learning to write, you’re old enough to be learning how to make a difference. Since women are still underrepresented in politics, nonprofit Ignite National provides education and training to high-school and college-aged women who are interested in running for political office. Show More Summary

Brunettes Seize A Moment To Celebrate Their Hair On Twitter

Blondes may claim to have more fun, but brunettes are taking over Twitter at the moment. Brown-haired beauties have been celebrating their hair color using the hashtag #brunettetwitter, submitting photographic proof that brunette isShow More Summary

Inside The Immigrant-Prosecuting Machine That Transformed America's Deportation Policy

TUCSON, Ariz. ? One morning last October, Irlando sat hunched over a table in the back of a federal courthouse, looking to a court-appointed lawyer for help. Border Patrol agents had found him the day before, wandering through the desert 150 miles away outside Lukeville, Arizona, and he still hadn’t showered. Show More Summary

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