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A ‘Taco Wall’ to Protest Trump

Clinton supporters in Las Vegas surrounded the Trump Hotel here with about 150 taco trucks and staged protests in advance of the final presidential debate.
No Easy Mold to Fill to Become a Latino Texas Politician

No Easy Mold to Fill to Become a Latino Texas Politician

A re-enactment in July of a cattle drive at the Fort Worth Stockyards, which is now represented in the Texas Legislature by Ramon Romero Jr., a son of Mexican immigrants.
Why the Justice Dept. Will Have Far Fewer Watchdogs in Polling Places

Why the Justice Dept. Will Have Far Fewer Watchdogs in Polling Places

Early voting this month in Avondale, Ariz. Many Arizonans waited for hours to vote during primary elections in March after polling places were closed to cut costs.
How Do You Say ‘Vote for Clinton’ in Spanish? Ask the Abuelas

How Do You Say ‘Vote for Clinton’ in Spanish? Ask the Abuelas

Ofelia Cañez shares her coffee mixed with Abuelita Mexican hot chocolate with Adrian Fontes, the Democratic candidate for Maricopa County recorder, at the Arizona Democratic Party office on Monday in
Clinton Pushes Minority Turnout as Trump Tries to Rally His Base

Clinton Pushes Minority Turnout as Trump Tries to Rally His Base

A Trump event Thursday in Concord, N.C. Donald J. Trump has continually called Hillary Clinton corrupt in the race’s final days.
Well, Señor Kaine, Hablaste Español Muy Bien

Well, Señor Kaine, Hablaste Español Muy Bien

Senator Tim Kaine during a campaign stop on Thursday in Phoenix, where he spoke in Spanish.
This Land: Latina Hotel Workers Harness Force of Labor and of Politics in Las Vegas

This Land: Latina Hotel Workers Harness Force of Labor and of Politics in Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip, where many hotel workers in the 57,000-member Culinary Union are employed.
Fear of Donald Trump Helps Democrats Mobilize Hispanics

Fear of Donald Trump Helps Democrats Mobilize Hispanics

Voters in South Florida cast their ballots last week at a polling center in Miami.
The 2016 Race: This Time, There Really Is a Hispanic Voter Surge

The 2016 Race: This Time, There Really Is a Hispanic Voter Surge

Early voters lined up outside the West Regional Library in the Westchester neighborhood in Miami.
Donald Trump Win Has Blacks, Hispanics and Muslims Bracing for a Long 4 Years

Donald Trump Win Has Blacks, Hispanics and Muslims Bracing for a Long 4 Years

People waited to vote in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood on Tuesday.

Donald Trump Takes Arizona, Extending G.O.P. Winning Streak in State

Bill Clinton was the last Democrat to take the state, prevailing in 1996. Before him, Harry S. Truman was the last Democrat to win there.

The 2016 Race: How Did Donald Trump Win Over So Many Obama Voters?

A review of the election includes a look at Hillary Clinton’s struggles with blue-collar whites and why you can’t always trust exit polls.
Catholic Bishops Challenge Donald Trump on Immigration

Catholic Bishops Challenge Donald Trump on Immigration

Archbishop José H. Gomez was elected vice president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
How the American Electorate Is Changing

How the American Electorate Is Changing

Voters cast their ballots at a polling station in Flint, Mich., this month.
Black Workers’ Suit Accuses Job Agency of Favoring Hispanic Applicants

Black Workers’ Suit Accuses Job Agency of Favoring Hispanic Applicants

Blommer Chocolate is one of several companies named in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Black Workers’ Suit Accuses Job Agency of Favoring Hispanic Applicants

Black Workers’ Suit Accuses Job Agency of Favoring Hispanic Applicants

Blommer Chocolate is one of several companies named in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Turned Out: Why More Mass Deportations Would Be Bad News for the Housing Market

Turned Out: Why More Mass Deportations Would Be Bad News for the Housing Market

Furniture and personal belongings sitting in front of a house that appeared to be abandoned in Antioch, Calif., during a spike in foreclosures in 2012.
In Arizona County Where Latinos Have an Edge, So Did Trump

In Arizona County Where Latinos Have an Edge, So Did Trump

Antonio Martinez and a student, Steven Burney, cut Omar Verdugo’s hair last month at Antonio’s Barber College in Yuma, Ariz. Mr. Martinez voted for Donald J. Trump in the presidential election.