The tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla., on Tuesday left dozens dead, a community in ruins, thousands homeless and many grappling with the aftermath of how to come together after the storm.
It appears that Latinos in high school are starting to enter college at a pace higher than in many years.
If the stats to a new study are any indication, passing immigration reform could provide a huge boost to the U.S. housing market in less than a decade.
Having beaten out one of the top networks in the nation in the ratings this past February, Univision is looking to further tighten its grasp as the top Hispanic media outlet in the country as they seek to attract more advertisers to their expanding business.
It appears that more Hispanic and Latino consumers in the U.S. are leaning towards buying Japanese cars, according the latest reports.
Despite the Republican Party's failure to appeal to minorities, conservative pundit Pat Buchanan thinks that the GOP should focus on attracting even more white votes by using the Southern Strategy.
Much debate has continued in Washington regarding the immigration proposal designed to update the nation's immigration laws, and both advocates and opponents of the bill have drawn their lines in the sand over whether immigration reform constitutes "amnesty."
The bipartisan U.S. Senate panel's proposed bill that would bring about comprehensive immigration reform survived its first major test Thursday during its first day of consideration before the Senate Judiciary Committee, one that was largely split on the bill.
A newly published University of Illinois report shows that Latino are less likely to report crimes, 70% of the undocumented said they are less likely to contact police officers if they were victims of a crime because local police are increasingly involved in enforcing immigration laws in their communities.
A flurry of potentially impactful amendment requests to the proposed immigration bill from the bipartisan U.S. Senate panel were filed on Tuesday.
One of the world's most respected financial minds Sunday called for Washington to adopt what he called "a more logical immigration policy" in order to help the U.S. workforce attract more bright talents from abroad.
As the debate in Washington continues on the bipartisan U.S. Senate bill aiming to bring about comprehensive immigration reform, Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives could be looking to bring a compromise bill of their own to the House floor for debate.
What was starting out as a strong road in favor of immigration reform has now started to deteriorate into lines in the sand being drawn on the issue, with conservative Republicans on one side and pro-immigration advocates on the other.
In the backdrop of the aftermath of the arrest of one of two immigrants suspected of the Boston Marathon bombings, the first Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the proposed immigration reform bill Monday was filled with arguments from both sides on whether the bill should be passed at this time.
With the highly-awaited bill promising comprehensive reform to the nation's immigration laws, one of the most high-profile Republicans and advocates for the bill is starting to make his public campaign to push for the bill's passage.