Latino Voices

This Is What Superheroes Would Look Like With Realistic Bodies

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What’s one thing almost every superhero has in common? A “perfect” body made up of toned muscles and zero fat.


Recovery.org, an organization that offers resources for people with mental health and/or substance abuse issues, is making those “perfect” bodies a little more realistic by “reverse photoshopping” illustrations of some of the most iconic superheroes.

Anti-LGBTQ Protestor Arrested Outside Pulse On Anniversary Of Attack

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Texas' New Immigration Crackdown Appears To Be Headed Straight To Court

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AUSTIN, Texas ― Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law Sunday one of the harshest immigration laws to pass a state legislature since Arizona’s 2010 crackdown.

Asian-Americans Have Highest Poverty Rate In NYC, But Stereotypes Make The Issue Invisible

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Asian-Americans are often thought of as doctors. Bankers. Success stories. While those examples exist, Asian-Americans are by no means monolithic. There’s a whole other side to the minority group that goes undiscussed.


There’s the elderly retired Chinatown restaurant worker who has limited savings and must share an apartment with several other people.

Deportation Officers Are Arresting More People Than Last Year -- And Way More Noncriminals

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WASHINGTON ― New figures indicate President Donald Trump is following through on his promise to crack down on undocumented immigrants, with deportation officer arrests up by about 38 percent during the first 100 days of his presidency compared to the same period last year.

What's It Like To Be On The Flip Side?

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Comedian Eugenio Derbez is so famous in Mexico he can barely walk down the street without being swarmed by paparazzi. So what did it feel like to try to make it in Hollywood as an unknown? On this episode, we hear from people who find themselves in situations they never thought they would be in.

One Of These Designs Will Become NYC's Next 'I Voted' Sticker

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The second best part of voting ― right up there behind making your opinion heard while participating in the perpetuation of democracy ― is, of course, the “I Voted” sticker.