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Elevating the conversation around Latino news in the United States. Part of @NBCNews. Direct any questions to @SandraLilley @SuzGamboa @Nicolemarie_A.

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How do mainland Puerto Ricans see the island’s status issue and candidates’ pledges to support statehood? A new poll asked those questions. By @SuzGamboa ⁩

Missing the hugs and trips back home: Latino families share coronavirus' impacts, by @luisitalt ⁩

A new @DefineAmerican  and @LearCenter  report found the most common storylines for immigrant characters are about deportation, ICE and discussions about being “illegal” and/or “undocumented."

Federal judge rules against Trump admin, says 2020 census must continue for another month

“I’ve not hugged or kissed my mother for five months!” said one Miami lawyer, his voice breaking.

Mexico has the world’s fourth-highest coronavirus death toll, according to a tally.

“I am a very social person. Being closed up is terrible for me. I feel very alone," one mother says.

Latino historic sites in Texas and Puerto Rico face risk of destruction By @Nicolemarie_A  with @SavingPlaces  #11Most  + more.

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Migrant kids in overcrowded Arizona border station allege sex assault, retaliation from U.S. agents, by @jacobsoboroff ⁩ @jujedwards ⁩

More than 200 people the United States has sent back to El Salvador have been killed or seriously abused — including sexually assaulted and tortured — according to a new report by Human Rights Watch

“I’m announcing that on election date I will set up a water, food and restrooms support system to help people standing long hours on a line," tweeted celebrity chef @chefjoseandres .

U.S. to impose visa restrictions for pregnant women

At a Capitol news conference, Rep.-elect Ocasio-Cortez spoke of a push to make climate change a priority for the next Congress and the role of young Latinos in that effort.

BREAKING: @ricardorossello ⁩ is the U.S. commonwealth's first governor to resign. #RickyRenunci ó

Over 5,000 people have gone missing in Jalisco. About a third of all the disappeared are young people like Javier Salomón, Marco Ávalo and Daniel Díaz. #NoSonTresSomosTodxs  #LosTresEstudiantesDeCine 

The most-decorated WWI soldier was denied the Medal of Honor because he was Mexican American. It’s time to right a wrong, say advocates. By @SuzGamboa ⁩

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