The presidential front-runner sat down for an exclusive interview with Telemundo, critcizing President Obama's immigration reform efforts and detailing how her would be different.
Pope Francis brought Republicans and Democrats lawmakers to their feet during his speech to Congress, a surprise given partisan support each side has for issues the pope addressed.
Mexicans still make up the largest immigrant population in the United States, but the largest percentage of new immigrants came from Middle Eastern countries like Saudia Arabia and Iraq.
The liberal talk show host questioned Coulter about claims made in her recenlty release book, including one that implies black communities would be better off if immigration problems didn't exist in the U.S.
The former vice presidential candidate said undocumented immigrants need to be here legally "or you're out of here," adding that "the economy still sucks" under President Obama.
Viewers of Arizona's NBC affiliate are upset with Vanessa Ruiz for the Spanish twist she puts on certain words, though many point out she is pronouncing the words as they're supposed to be said.
Ramos defended his journalistic standards by urging reporters to "go the extra mile" in standing up to Trump and others in power.
The Fox News host chided Ramos for his pro-immigration reform stance and compared it to the Black Lives Matters movement.
Petiton creator Daniel Prino claims Paraguay and Argentina governments built a wall along Rio Paraná after hearing Trump make a similar proposal for the U.S.-Mexico border.
Among hypothetical plans laid out by conservative radio host Jan Mickelson are tent cities for undocumented immigants and a forced labor program where they would build a wall across the U.S.-Mexico border.
They may not agree with him, but Republican presidential candidates must tread lightly drawing Donald Trump's supporters, especially when speaking about illegal immigration.
Increased border security and the 2008 recession led many Hispanic laborers to leave farm jobs, leaving farmers struggling to make ends meet.
A study found that 12.8 percent of minority Texas voters didn't think they had proper voting ID, yet further inquiries found this number to be significantly lower.
The Republican presidential candidate, who staunchly opposes granting citizenship to undocumented immigrants, said he would ensure some 11 million people recieved legal status if he were elected president.
University demographers found a weak U.S. construction job market to be one of many reasons immigrants aren't crossing the border in record numbers anymore.