After being canceled last year by Netflix, the sitcom, a reboot of a Norman Lear classic, found a new but short-lived home on cable.
Many expected that liberal young Hispanic voters would propel a Democratic wave. But Miami, a city where Hispanics hold the levers of power, confounded expectations.
The election was a referendum on Trump’s America, but plenty of Latino voters liked it just fine.
I’m Latina. I still don’t know what that means.
Despite a recent influx of cash, Democrats worry that his outreach efforts are too little, too late among a critical segment of the electorate.
Joe Biden has cut into President Trump’s edge among suburbanites and older voters, but his support from Latino voters appears weaker than Hillary Clinton’s was.
Newer Cuban immigrants who previously had little engagement in American politics have started to identify as Trump Republicans. It could give the president a boost in a critical swing state.
Sixty-two years after the revolution, America’s relations with its neighbor to the south loom large.
Biden is ahead by seven points in Pennsylvania and five points in Florida, according to the Times/Siena survey.
Judge Barbara Lagoa lacks some of the usual credentials of a Supreme Court justice, but her roots in the Cuban-American community could make her an attractive choice for President Trump.