Jun 19, 2014 — The percentage of Hispanics who aren't affiliated with a particular religion is ticking upward. This demographic tends to be more socially liberal, too, which may have political consequences.
Sep 9, 2012 — If you grew up in a bilingual Hispanic household, listening to the Democratic and Republican conventions may have sounded a lot like home. In this year's presidential election, Latinos are a major voting bloc — and Spanish is getting its close-up.
Jun 18, 2012 — An interesting case of identity politics is playing out in New York's new 13th Congressional District. A Dominican-American state senator is threatening longtime Rep. Charles Rangel in the district, which is now majority Hispanic. Yet Rangel rarely discusses his Puerto Rican heritage.
May 31, 2012 — When it comes to out-of-pocket costs for health care, 42 percent of Hispanics say they're a "very serious" problem, according to a recent NPR poll. The finding runs counter to the widespread impression that African-Americans are worst-off when it comes to the cost and quality of health care.
Aug 29, 2011 — In a changing America, when is it useful to describe a racial or ethnic group as a minority? Help us follow NPR over the coming months.
Mar 25, 2011 — The fast growth of Hispanics in the U.S. will change politics in anticipated and unexpected ways.
Oct 5, 2010 — Ex-President George W. Bush wanted more Latinos in the GOP. A new Pew poll shows that dream has not only been dashed but is moving in the wrong direction. A smaller percentage of Latinos than before say the Republican Party is concerned about them.
Feb 28, 2010 — Recently, NPR ran a story highlighting the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Boy Scouts. But the piece never mentioned the funding controversy that erupted in the early 1990's over the Boy Scouts discriminating against gays. Or that their o...