Entries by FOX NEWS Latino


Rosario Dawson Encourages Latino Voter Registration

Rosario Dawson says getting Latino youth to vote has become a “critical” life mission. The successful actress, who was out on Tuesday encouraging young students in New York City to vote as part of “Voter Registration Day,” tells Fox News Latino that fellow Latino actors Wilmer Valderrama and America Ferrera have been pillars in helping her get […]


JLo Casts Lead Actresses for Her New TV Drama

Hollywood stars all want a piece of JLO. Meet the Fockers star Teri Polo and Rescue Me actress Sherri Saum have officially been cast for lead roles in Jennifer Lopez’s upcoming ABC drama pilot The Fosters currently in pre-production, according to The Hollywood Reporter. As Fox News Latino previously reported in July, Lopez new series is about a […]


Sofia Vergara Has an Emmy Awards Wardrobe Near Miss!

Sofia Vergara isn’t afraid of “revealing” herself to her fans. Always the first to poke fun at herself, unbeknownst to Emmy viewers, right before going on stage to accept the award for best comedy series with her Modern Family cast mates, Vergara had a serious wardrobe malfunction. While Vergara stunned in a sequined form fitting […]


On Immigration Reform, Most Latinos Approve of Obama

Three months after President Barack Obama announced plans to suspend deportation for some undocumented immigrants, Latinos are giving him higher ratings for his handling of immigration reform. In a new Fox News Latino poll of 887 likely Latino voters nationwide, 58 percent of respondents say they approve of the job Obama is doing on immigration, […]


Mitt Romney on Wishing He Were Latino to Win the Election

Republican candidate Mitt Romney believes that he would have a better shot at beating President Barack Obama and winning the election if his parents were Mexican, according to a story from magazine Mother Jones. In a video secretly recorded from a fundraising dinner at a private donor’s home, Romney is reported to have joked that “had […]

Latino Impact & Hispanic Heritage Month #BilingualPlus

It’s been a year to remember for Latinos in the United States. Now, for Hispanic Heritage Month, it’s time to celebrate and reflect. Latinos are growing in power and influence. Census numbers show we are the nations fast growing and largest minority population, and we are moving front and center in US political discourse, innovation, […]