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Women on the Verge

We embrace the stereotype of the fast-talking, over-dramatic woman, inspired by Almodóvar's Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. We also talk with gold medalist Laurie Hernandez and singer iLé.

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From New Jersey to Rio: Laurie Hernandez Gets the Gold

From New Jersey to Rio: Laurie Hernandez Gets the Gold

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The View From Here

Today on Latino USA, things often look different when seen from another angle, and nowhere is that more true than politics.

Today on Latino USA, things often look different when seen from another angle, and nowhere is that more true than politics. JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The First Latina Senator Goes to Washington

The First Latina Senator Goes to Washington

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A Republican Latina on Keeping a Seat at the Trump Table

A Republican Latina on Keeping a Seat at the Trump Table

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Trump and Mexico's Relationship Status: It's Complicated

Trump and Mexico's Relationship Status: It's Complicated

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Caudillo-In-Chief?

Caudillo-In-Chief?

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'Untruths' or Just Lies?

'Untruths' or Just Lies?

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This Land Is Chicano Batman's Land

This Land Is Chicano Batman's Land

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The Dream 9

With DACA and the DREAMers back in the center of the national conversation, Latino USA revisits "The Dream 9," an episode about what it means to be young and undocumented in the United States today.

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The Dream 9

The Dream 9

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The USA v. Oscar López Rivera

In this episode—a story with secret identities and safe houses, an FBI manhunt and even a bit of revolution. We ask the question: who is a freedom fighter, who is a terrorist, and who gets to decide?

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The USA v. Oscar López Rivera

The USA v. Oscar López Rivera

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Departing

Latino USA looks at different departures: from saying adios to President Barack Obama and examining his legacy as "Deporter-in-Chief" to a legendary conga player wrapping up his career.

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Obama Leaves Office As 'Deporter-In-Chief'

Obama Leaves Office As 'Deporter-In-Chief'

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The Ends of Health Care: When Deportation Hits Hospitals

The Ends of Health Care: When Deportation Hits Hospitals

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Growing Up Without Parents, Life After Deportation

Growing Up Without Parents, Life After Deportation

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70 Years of Candido Camero

70 Years of Candido Camero

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