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Pope Francis's thorniest point in his U.S. agenda: Making Junipero Serra a saint by Marcia Facundo

The Franciscan friar is credited with founding the first of 21 Roman Catholic missions in California in the mid-18th century.

Obama welcomes the 3 men who thwarted terror attack on French train

President Barack Obama on Thursday welcomed to the White House the three Americans who became heroes when they overpowered the gunman who in August attacked a passenger train...

Parents of 43 missing Mexican students question 2nd positive ID of remains

The spokesman for the parents of 43 trainee teachers who went missing nearly a year ago in southern Mexico on Thursday called into question the latest positive identification...

Dolores Huerta looks back at her budding activism years, says there's 'a lot left to do'

Octogenarian labor-rights activist Dolores Huerta sat down with EFE for a memorable interview and offered fresh details on the early days of the farm workers' movement in...

Lego masterpiece in Philly recreates St. Peter's Square with 500K pieces

His architectural feat includes a Lego pope on a balcony overlooking the crowd in St. Peter's Square, which itself is made up of about 44,000 Lego pieces resembling...

Intact 2,700-year-old tomb found in northern Peru

A team of Japanese and Peruvian researchers has found in northern Peru an intact 2,700-year-old tomb containing the remains of two high priests from the ancient Pacopampa...

Almost a third of U.S. poor are Hispanics

Twenty-eight percent of the 46.7 million poor people in the United States are of Hispanic origin, making this minority the most representative of the problem of economic...

New York teens picked to see Pope Francis await him with mix of anxiety and joy by Soni Sangha

The magnitude of meeting Pope Francis was not lost on the the 12 Catholic school seniors selected to meet Pope Francis on September 25.

Jimmy Carter: So far I've had no negative effects from cancer treatment

Former President Jimmy Carter said that he is keeping a positive outlook after completing the second round of cancer treatment, adding that he has had no negative effects from...

NY Fashion Week: Oscar de la Renta show inspired by Hispanic themes

Chief designer Peter Copping said he drew inspiration for his show at the Hispanic Society of America in Harlem, where he viewed paintings and textiles that he knew the late...

Large majority of Pope Francis' speeches in U.S. will be delivered in Spanish

Pope Francis will deliver only four out of his 18 speeches in the U.S. in English, using his native Spanish for the vast majority of his homilies, greetings and other speaking...

Argentine judge orders gov't to report updated poverty figures

An Argentine judge on Tuesday gave the Economy Ministry five days to respond to an opposition demand to have the country's poverty index updated, given that the latest publicly...

New York Fashion Week: Celeb stylist talks about the latest trends by Lucia Suarez Sang

From bold design patterns to chic classic cuts, the worlds best are lighting up the runways at New York Fashion Week.

Church in Cuba stepping up social programs as once-hostile regime lets it

When Pope Francis arrives in Havana on Sept. 19, he'll find his church ministering to more Cubans than at any time since the 1959 revolution that brought Fidel Castro to power.

Everyday Heroes: LAPD officer helps dying mothers wish for her teenage daughter come true by Lucia Suarez Sang

For a Los Angeles police sergeant, meeting a 14-year-old girl who wanted to celebrate her quinceaera, was a moment that changed her life.