Real Estate mogul and TV personality has spent over $1 million on electoral research for a potential presidential run in 2016.
President Barack Obama and New Jersey's Republican governor, Chris Christie, strolled along the Jersey Shore boardwalk like old friends on Tuesday, a political odd couple just hanging out together.
Two officials from the U.S. Embassy in Venezuela were shot on Monday night in an incident that occurred at a night club situated in the Bello Campo Mall, in the municipality of Chacao, an upscale neighborhood of the Chacao province in the country's capital Caracas, according to local television chain Globovision.
With the fate of the bill that promises comprehensive immigration reform hanging in the balance in Washington, both the White House and tech industry lobbyists have set their sights on two key groups in the hopes of generating more support for the bill.
Colombia and the Marxist-led FARC rebels have reached agreement on the critical issue of agrarian reform, the two sides said on Sunday in a major step forward for the peace process aimed at ending their long war.
Argentina's state-controlled energy company, YPF, has lost a potential multimillion-dollar international arbitration case over the suspension ofnatural gas exports to Brazil, the company said on Monday.
Right wing pundit Ann Coulter has once again made headlines for using inflammatory language against Hispanic immigrants.
In a column entitled "When did we vote to become Mexico?," the conservative commentator states that America would be better off if there were fewer immigrants from Latino countries and more whites immigrants from Great Britain.
During a recent interview on Sirius/XM NFL Radio, NFL Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was asked to share his opinion on gay marriage.
According to US Department of Commerce, 31.9% of Hispanics were attending college in 2010, a mighty upward leap from 23.5% in 2003. But despite higher college enrollment, degree completion remains a problem and Hispanics lag behind other minority groups in America by many educational metrics. A big source of the problem, some argue, is Early Childhood Education (ECE), or a lack thereof.
Thousands upon thousands of activists continue to mob the streets of Paris on Monday, in what is the second day of massive protesting against the recent law passed by French government to legalize gay marriage.
Pro-immigration supporters and advocates have already taken to the streets and to Washington to have their voices heard on immigration reform, but they recently pulled out another weapon they hoped would further their cause--the Internet.
The biggest overhaul of U.S. immigration laws in a generation won bipartisan approval from a powerful U.S. Senate committee last week, but there is a strong chance that Republicans in the House of Representatives will end up killing it.
Mexican activist Maria Elena Borquez takes up a paintbrush and daubs a bright splotch of color on the rusted steel fence separating the small Mexican town of Naco from a neighboring town in the United States.
As the full Senate prepares to hear the highly-debated immigration reform bill, Democrats and Republicans are weighing in on the legislation.
Mexico's new telecommunications law aims to break the hold of dominant players that have made the country's industry an anomaly on the global map and rebuild it "brick by brick," a senior government official said on Friday.