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Museum Commemorates Baseball Great Roberto Clemente

Exhibit pays homage to Hall of Famer's legendary career and humanitarian efforts

Coronavirus & Health

Skin Cancer Risks in People of Color

Black and Hispanic people have worse survival rates overall

Pandemic Shaves 1.9 Years off Life Expectancy of Hispanics

The average life expectancy in the United States fell during the first six months of 2020

Expanding Medicare Eligibility Could Reduce Disparities

New study finds that coverage gaps for Blacks and Hispanics narrow at age 65

Hispanics Eager to Get COVID-19 Vaccines

New survey finds one-third of unvaccinated Hispanics want shot 'as soon as possible'

How to Book a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

Faith groups, libraries, Meals on Wheels all chipping in to help recipients

Why Dementia Can Be Different for Latinos

Certain signs and symptoms disproportionately impact Hispanics, new research suggests

Money and Jobs

Grandparent Scams Strike Latinos the Hardest

We examine 17 common ruses and how to deter fraud

Many Minority Retirees Are Struggling With Debt

Study finds disparities between communities

These Companies Are Paying Employees to Get Vaccinated

Paid time off give workers incentive to get shots

Hispanics Struggle to Pay Bills as Pandemic Persists

Loss of jobs, income makes it harder to keep up

TV & Movies

Who Is the Best Athlete-Actor of All Time?

Here's the ultimate jock-to-block(buster) countdown

How Edward James Olmos Plans a 120-Year Life

The 'Mayans M.C.' star on his future and more

These Celebrities With Latino Roots Might Surprise You

12 famous names share Hispanic heritage


Los Lobos Reveal the Stories Behind 'Native Sons'

Discover the secret to playing together 48 years

Linda Ronstadt on the Influence of Her Musical Roots

She received AARP-sponsored Legend Award

Poncho Sanchez on Why Latin Jazz is the Best of Both Worlds

Latin flavor, American standards meld into greatness


Caregivers to Vietnam-Era Veterans Eligible for VA Money

Veterans who served on or before May 7, 1975, can apply for a monthly federal stipend to stay at home

2 Latina Veterans Reflect on the Lessons They've Learned

Inspiring stories of good and bad times, sacrifice and public service in the armed forces

The Gomez Family Discusses Pride, Race in the Military

Military service runs deep and spans multiple generations for this family with Puerto Rican roots

Video Spotlight

Californian Brings Seed Money to Minority Entrepreneurs

Centro Community Partners CEO wins AARP award

How Edward James Olmos on Selena’s Colossal Influence

Olmos describes her influence on music

Certified Nursing Assistant is Helping Facility's Patients Heal

Arizona, where she works, has seen a spike in cases

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