While national polls suggest as little as 5 percent of the electorate is undecided between President Bush and Massachusetts Sen. Kerry, about 30 percent of Hispanic voters are on the fence.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is buying Georgia's largest Spanish-language newspaper, Mundo Hispanico.
Bush outlined his future policy on Cuba with two words, "Cuba Libre" (Free Cuba), drawing raucous applause and chants of "Viva Bush" from the crowd.
In a far-reaching business deal, the de Cespedes brothers, owners of a huge Miami hospital supply business, announced they're buying a large minority stake in the new Charlotte Bobcats NBA basketball team.
Companies, even big ones, often die. Some quickly, most slowly. But few companies ever kill themselves. Maybe they should.
Orange County's Hispanic and Asian grocery stores have lost some shoppers gained during the five-month supermarket strike. Now it's a question of how many they'll end up keeping.
The 30-second television ad, shot in Los Angeles, will run on popular Hispanic television networks Univision, Telemundo and Telefutura.
As the group's thirteenth member, Rep. Beauprez joins the CHC in its efforts to inform and educate fellow legislators on topics and issues affecting over 40 million Americans of Hispanic and Portuguese descent.
As host of the "Bienvenidos a America" radio show, Cuban native Jose Pertierra is helping Latinos navigate the complicated U.S. legal landscape, one call at a time.
The former working-class couple from San Jose has breathed new life into Latino philanthropy by creating one of the few Latino family foundations in the country.
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