On Wednesday, a federal judge ordered the appointment of an independent monitor and a community advisory board to ensure that controversial Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio is not engaging in racial profiling tactics.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was not one of the hundreds of people who attended the National Hispanic Women's Conference in Phoenix, Arizona last week.
California farm worker Antonia Espinoza would likely be throwing in the towel and heading back to her native Mexico to see her children, if not for the work of eight U.S. senators in Washington.
With critics citing security along the border as one of the key things needed to be fixed before Washington can pass comprehensive immigration reform laws, the head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy said Thursday that border security is a priority.
Days after President Obama's leaked plan regarding immigration reform was leaked in the press, Obama has reached out to prominent Republicans on his proposal.
Controversy over Arizona's immigration laws sparked protests in Tucson yesterday after an immigration rights activist and a father of six were detained by authorities citing immigration violations.
Days after her family was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in Arizona, a prominent young Arizona immigration activist has joined a newly elected Arizona Congresswoman's office.
The arrest of a well-known immigration activist's mother during a nighttime raid in Arizona has drawn attention and a huge outpouring of supporters calling for her release.
Nearly 3,000 armed volunteers will be patrolling outside of roughly 60 Arizona schools after Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio gave them the go-ahead this week.
A new law modeled after Arizona's controversial S.B. 1070 law could have a direct impact on Kansas immigrants if legislators in the Sunflower State decide to pass it.
According to one of Mexico's most influential newspapers, Latinos in the United States have no civil rights whatsoever.
A coalition of immigrant rights advocated filed a lawsuit against the Arizona governor, stating that her order is unconstitutional.
Pew Hispanic Data shows more Mexicans in U.S. returning to Mexico over five-year span
Hearing not scheduled until after Nov. 6 election; overturning rule would be unfair, civil groups say
U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton upheld the controversial provision on Tuesday.