Latino USA Latino USA, the radio journal of news and culture, is the only national, English-language radio program produced from a Latino perspective. Hosted by Maria Hinojosa.

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Episode 1808

Latino USA follows Tim Hernandez on his 7-year journey to give names to the victims of the 1948 Los Gatos plane crash. Plus, a veteran who fought for the U.S. is now fighting to stay in the country.

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Episode 1808

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Episode #1807

A strange and lachrymose journey into the world of crying. Plus, the cosmic music of Cuco, and the story of A Fantastic Woman—a Chilean film nominated this year at the Oscars.

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Episode #1806

Latino USA visits the Bronx to report on how the opioid crisis has been there since the 1960s. Plus, an interview with "One Day at a Time" star Justina Machado, and the making of "Despacito."

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Episode #1806

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Episode #1805

The story of a fire that burned down farmworker housing, plus a conversation about sexual assault in workplaces that are often overlooked, and how families are connecting with virtual reality.

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Episode #1804

This week on Latino USA, how a Mexican town fought the drug cartels. Plus, we meet a wrestling champion who overcame being born with just one leg, and talk with Spanish indie-pop artist El Guincho.

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