A record number of young people applied to the competitive University of California system, with Latinos seeing the largest share of applicants.
by Rigoberto González, NBC Latino
Books don't offer solutions to the world's problems, but they are important records of resistance and story, memory and protest, and above all, change.
by Brian Latimer, NBC Latino
Getting a company started in the U.S. takes hard work, especially if there are language and cultural barriers. But a group of Latinos who have grown up in or near a Massachusetts city known for its immigrant roots are working to train and empower a new generation of Hispanic entrepreneurs.
About a third of all cancer cases can be blamed on inherited genes, a giant study finds.
by RAUL A. REYES
Changing demographics will create potential opportunities for Latino workers in the future – but only if Latinos can boost their educational attainment and surmount barriers to career readiness.