Columnist Jack Tomas disagrees with most of what Texas U.S. Senate candidate Ted Cruz stands for. Yet he feels a certain kinship to his fellow Cuban-Texan.
In the run up to the “deferred action” program, undocumented youth are figuring out how to navigate the process.
Rep. Paul Ryan, the GOP vice presidential candidate, shares Mitt Romney’s hardline stance on immigration. A Romney-Ryan administration would not be as friendly to immigrants as the Obama administration argues Erwin de Leon.
Soon after the rampage in which 6 worshipers died, Sikhs started correcting and criticizing news reports that incorrectly characterized their religion.
Those who can flip between NBC and Telemundo get a more complete view of the games in London.
Erwin de Leon sees not only athletic excellence, but a model for what America can look like as a multicultural and pluralistic society.
U.S. immigration authorities have been using the city’s criminal justice system to funnel tens of thousands of immigrants into deportation, where 91 percent of those detained lost their cases.
An open letter to comedian George Lopez from our friends at NewsTaco.
While Republicans worry about non-citizens voting fraudulently in the Presidential election, many immigrant advocates contend the bigger problem is the large number of eligible immigrants who are not registered to vote.
When the New York Knicks announced on Tuesday they were not matching the $25.1 million, back-loaded offer sheet negotiated by the Houston Rockets for Jeremy Lin, the Internet erupted with insults about the Asian American basketball star. A story by Alek Bituin from our partner, The FilAm.