These are the most influential Latinos of 2017, according to Time magazine
An organizer-activist, a singer, an undocumented woman, the Pope, the new leader of the Democratic Party and a Brazilian scientist are among the most influential Latino leaders this year, according to the publication's annual list of the "most influential people."
When neighbors played volleyball over the U.S.-Mexico border fence
From 1979 until 2007, residents of Naco, Mexico, and Naco, United States, played volleyball over the border fence, batting the ball back and forth between the two countries. A taller border fence meant volleyball could no longer unite the twin towns.
Son of mariachi star Pepe Aguilar arrested at border with four people in his car trunk
Jose Emiliano Aguilar, 24, was arrested while trying to cross from Tijuana to San Diego with four Chinese immigrants in the trunk of the car he was driving
Activists recommend undocumented immigrants maintain a low profile on social media
For months, 4chan and Reddit forums have encouraged users to seek out immigrants that are posting about being undocumented online — such as through the Twitter hashtag “undocumented and unafraid" — and denounce them to ICE. In response, activists recommend that undocumented immigrants take precautions when posting personal information online.
Trolling the trolls: One journalist's creative response to online harassment
Jewish journalist Yair Rosenberg has been the target of anti-Semitism on social media. In response, he takes a humorous approach to shut down the hate.
Latinas played a crucial role at the Women's March
Activists spoke to the crowd in Washington about the fear of deportations and the need to protect minorities and marginalized people. "Guerreras", "si se puede" and other phrases in Spanish were repeated in unison by demonstrators.
A poet's perspective: Cuba, Trump and democracy
Obama's inaugural poet, Richard Blanco, reflects on last week's dramatic shift in U.S. policy towards Cuban immigrants, as well as Donald Trump and democracy.
Filmmaker Paola Mendoza: planning the Women's March on Washington has been a 'healing process'
The march is "not an anti-Trump rally," says the Colombian-born filmmaker. "It's the opposite. It's actually a rally and march for what we are for."
Latina mother takes to social media to share her journey raising two children with Down syndrome
Eliana Tardío has two children with Down syndrome, which is very rare. She uses social media to connect with other parents.
Camila Cabello speaks about the power of being Latina
The former member of girl group Fifth Harmony is now a solo artist. And she's on a mission to stand up for immigrants' rights.
Rubi's 'quinceañera': Mexico gets a viral lesson
This is what happened when a traditional Mexican 15th birthday party was invaded by media and curious bystanders after unwitting parents posted an invitation on the internet.
2016 In Photos: From El Chapo to President-elect Trump
Here is our selection of the photos that stood out in the world's top news and will linger in the memory.
‘SuenaTron,’ proud creators of Mexican-American 'Popteño'
The band got some crucial advice from the late Jenni Rivera that has become a motivational mantra.
How VR helped one grandma return to Cuba after 58 years
Julian Rodriguez managed to place his 86-year-old grandmother back in the streets of her childhood home through virtual reality technology.
Trump demands apology after VP-elect Pence booed at 'Hamilton' musical
Cast tells Pence they hope administration will uphold American values. "We, sir — we — are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us."