To win over Latinos, Republicans must acknowledge that immigration isn't their one and only concern.
Cruz and Rubio could grab control of undecided Latino voters, but pressure from conservative voters to introduce tough immigration reform bills may hinder their efforts.
How GOP candidates react to Donald Trump's plan of banning Muslims from entering the U.S. may decide who gets to be the Party's nominee.
A poll released Monday found that Iowa Republicans who regularly vote would choose Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio over Donald Trump if a GOP nominee were selected today.
All but forgotten in the summer, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have climbed near the top of recent Iowa and New Hampshire polls that have them rivaling Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination.
Donald Trump is looking pretty good at the polls. A new poll has found the luxury realtor is emerging as the GOP candidate not only by preferences, but expectations.
Here are some facts about Marco Rubio.
Marco Rubio is a long shot for the Republican presidential nomination mainly due to flip flopping opinions on gay marriage and immigration reform.
The Cuban-American senator has rented out Freedom Tower in downtown Miami, leading to speculation of official candidacy for president.
With the debt ceiling crisis now averted, at least for the moment, President Obama took the opportunity to urge Congress to pass immigration reform into law.
On Thursday, the Democratic National Committee launched a campaign to make Spanish calls to Latino voters that criticize Republicans for their role in the government shutdown.
Senator John McCain (R - AZ) told a town hall meeting in Mesa, Arizona that he remains "guardedly optimistic" that the House of Representatives will pass immigration reform this year.
Senator Marco Rubio (R - Florida) has taken to the airwaves to urge the House of Representatives to push the immigration bill through after the Congressional recess of August, stating that if they don't, Democratic President Barack Obama may just find a way to issue the law by executive order.
As Congress prepares itself for a major debate regarding the controversial immigration reform proposal from the Senate, former President George W. Bush plans to speak on the bill next week.
Proponents of immigration reform celebrated a historic victory on Thursday when the Senate successfully passed a comprehensive reform bill by a clear majority. Groups and organizations representing people from all walks of life, all across the country, are speaking out and voicing their approval and support for the legislation.