Sugey Carrazco, one of the 130 undocumented immigrants who request asylum to be able to reunite with their families in the U.S. in late March as a part of the "Bring Them Home" campaign, continues to await the ruling of authorities, even though she is five months pregnant.
With little over two months of work before the "4th of July" recess, the U.S. House of Representatives, dominated by Republicans, provided a harsh counter against Democrats by rejecting an amendment which pretended to bring back the debate on immigration reform on Wednesday.
The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, published an opinion piece in the American newspaper, The New York Times, in which he calls for dialogue, diplomacy and peace in his country, and blames the opposition's activists for the more than 30 deaths which have happened during the protests against his government.
Four undocumented immigrants lost their lives and three other were injured on Sunday in a car accident on Highway 40 on the Mojave Desert, local media reported.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected on Monday an appeal made by the lawyers of Ramiro Hernández Llanes, a Mexican national that will be executed in Texas on April 9.
Jersey Vargas, a 10-year-old Mexican girl who traveled to Rome to ask Pope Francis to ask President Obama to stop the deportations from the United States, returned home to find a huge surprise.
Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, leader of the Sinaloa cartel, who was arrested last Feb. 22 in Sinaloa by Mexican authorities, denied belonging to any drug trafficking group and claimed he is a humble farmer.
Mexican activist Elvira Arellano, who returned to the United States last Wednesday, March 19 thanks to a humanitarian visa, led her first protest against deportations in Chicago on Thursday, March 27
US Border Patrol agents managed to rescue various illegal immigrants last weekend who had been abandoned by drug trafficking gangs in Arizona, local media reported.
The parents and brother of actress Natalia Streignard, star of the telenovela "Mi Gorda Bella", were arrested by the Bolivarian Service of National Intelligence (SEBIN) for alleged links to a coup d'etat in Venezuela.
The alleged imitation of the accent of a Mexican person in a mocking manner made by a member of Florida's Governor, Rick Scott's campaign staff has caused great controversy in recent days, and members of his party have demanded him to ask for the firing of said advisor.
Democrats will resort to a measure that forces Republican legislators to call for a vote on a law project regarding immigration reform in the United States House of Representatives.
Shakira presented her latest album in Burbank, California, offering a small private concert at the iHeart Radio Theater hours before it was released.
The President of the United States, Barack Obama, blamed Congress on Monday for the high number of deportations during the past 5 years.
Thirteen people of Hispanic origins were arrested due to their alleged connection with an illegal methamphetamine traffic network, after a months-long investigation which concluded with a police operation on Tuesday, March 18, reported Polk County, Florida authorities.