Techstars together with Western Union are looking for Latin American startups that want to create the financial products that the world needs, and have announced the start of the call for their acceleration program that will be carried out remotely during 2021.
New community collaborative offers a free service to fill an education gap exacerbated by the pandemic.
Today’s Doodle celebrates Mexican singer and songwriter María Grever, considered to be one of the country’s greatest composers.
The Senate voted to confirm Alejandro Mayorkas as the secretary of Homeland Security, putting a department veteran at the helm of the Biden administration’s plans to reverse hard-line policies implemented by former president Donald Trump.
For years, Tom Flores — the first Latino pro football quarterback and head coach — doubted he would be voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But his fans were sure he’d earned the honor and helped get him there.
Pedro Gomez, an ESPN reporter since 2003 and one of the country’s foremost baseball journalists, died unexpectedly Sunday. He was 58.
Reynaldo Rivera didn’t pick up a camera with the intention of making art. The Yashica he retrieved from a pile of his father’s things was a way of bringing order to a peripatetic life that had him bouncing between the care of his mother, his grandmother and his father, between Mexicali and Los Angeles, between Stockton and San Diego de la Unión, a small, agricultural outpost in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato.
The power of the Hispanic community at retail continues to gain ground, according to a Univision proprietary study.
Singer and songwriter Shakira ringed in her 44th birthday on February 2 and since morning her excited fans have been trending her name on Twitter.
Support is pouring in for a Long Beach restaurant owner following an emotional last-ditch plea for help as the business was on the verge of closing due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.