The U.S. Supreme Court reported that it will not listen to an appeal promoted by Arizona against a ruling which blocked the application of the controversial SB 1070 immigration law almost 4 years ago.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said last week that she is a "great defender" of immigration reform, a measure which seeks to open a path to citizenship for almost 11 million immigrants.
A law proposal with the objective of having students, even undocumented ones, pay lower tuition in the state of Florida might be dismissed by the Senate.
The number of Latino students in U.S. universities has significantly risen in recent years, but the rate of graduates in in entities with large Latino populations is still low, according to a recent report.
Barack Obama promoted the current budget director, Sylvia Matthews Burwell, to Secretary of Health on Friday, April 11, after Kathleen Sebelius' surprising resignation.
Recent statements by Jeb Bush on the subject of immigration have caused the indignation of several conservative republicans, who think it unfavorable that the former Florida governor would pronounce himself in favor of immigration reform.
Robert García, the first Latino and the youngest person to occupy a position in the city council of Long Beach, California, is in the lead with 27.7% of votes in the primary elections for the city's mayor, according to the first results.
Hundreds of people protested on Tuesday, April 8 outside the sheriff's office in Doña Ana County, New Mexico, to protest what they consider to be an abuse in measures against immigrants.
The number of deportations in California has been drastically reduced at a time when the national number of deportations in the U.S. has reached a historical record, according to a recent poll.
Known California democrat legislator Leland Yee was indicted along with 28 others for various crimes, including corruptions and conspiring to traffic in firearms, local authorities reported.
The record number of deportations that the Obama administration has reached in recent years has earned the President numerous criticisms, who was thought to be one of the main promoters of long awaited immigration reform, which is still stuck in the House of Representatives.
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.
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
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.