With both parties knowing who the presumptive nominees are, it might feel like the surge of pandering to Hispanics, or "Hispandering," has wound down. But has it?
Although the presidential election this November is getting most of our attention, candidates are running for state seats across the U.S., and they're trying to get voters' attention.
To hear Donald Trump tell it, he has a great relationship with labor unions. But the workers at the Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas tell a different story.
Statistics may seem like a foolproof science, but you should think twice before you accept a number at face value. In this presidential election, there have been a lot of poll numbers thrown our way.
José Díaz–Balart has been a journalist for more than three decades both for English networks and Spanish-language television. He explains the difference between English-language news and Spanish.