Were You a Victim of an Alleged Ponzi Scheme Involving Chicago Latinos? Feds Want to Hear From You
They were told they could become millionaires by investing in crypto currency. But now, hundreds of Chicago-area Latinos appear to have lost their life savings in an alleged Ponzi scheme, and it’s not at all clear if they’ll ever get their money back. That’s the gist of the latest filing in a federal lawsuit against CryptoFX, which the U.S. Securities...
US Deportation Law Based on Anti-Latino Racism Fuels Immigration Fight
A Nevada case shined a light on a U.S. immigration law and its little-known history after a federal judge called the rule racist and struck it down.
Emilio Delgado, Luis on ‘Sesame Street' for 45 Years, Dies
Emilio Delgado, the actor and singer who for 45 years played fix-it shop owner Luis on “Sesame Street,” has died
TikTok Users Love ‘Encanto' For Its Representation
The movie “Encanto” has been trending because it depicts how familial trauma can linger through generations of Latino and Hispanic families, says NBC News Youth and Internet Culture reporter Kalhan Rosenblatt. Plus, the songs have picked up traction on the app too. Rosenblatt talks about her recent NBC News article on the film and why it’s blowing up on TikTok...
Holiday Rom-Com ‘With Love' Follows Latino Family for a Year
Amazon’s “With Love” is a holiday-themed TV series that takes a different approach.