Author: Diego Graglia

Bio: Diego Graglia is a bilingual multimedia journalist who has worked at major media outlets in the U.S. and Latin America. He is currently the editor-in-chief at Expansion, Meixco’s leading business magazine.


A Diverse Team, A Unique Perspective

Posted on: 12 May 2015

Covering the news from an immigrant journalist’s point of view.

Immigration Agency Denies Deportation Quotas After Memo Is Leaked

Posted on: 30 Mar 2010

ICE chief John Morton quickly denied the agency sets quotas for deportations, after a Washington Post story revealed an internal memo stating just that.

Napolitano: White House to Push Immigration Reform “Until We Get it Over the Finish Line”

Posted on: 26 Mar 2010

The Obama administration will continue to push for immigration reform until it’s done, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano said Thursday, according to local media.

Senator Graham Now Says He Will Work for Immigration Reform… to Latino Audience

Posted on: 25 Mar 2010

On Spanish-language TV, Sen. Lindsey Graham seemed to backtrack on his warnings that immigration reform would die if Democrats forced the health care overhaul through Congress.

March for Immigration Reform Gets Lost in Health Care Frenzy, Except for Ethnic Media

Posted on: 23 Mar 2010

After the march for immigration reform and the health care vote, the accounts of what happened in D.C. on Sunday varied wildly between Spanish-language media and mainstream outlets.

Schumer-Graham Immigration Reform Plan May Have Found 2nd GOP Supporter in Cornyn

Posted on: 19 Mar 2010

Hours before Sens. Schumer and Graham presented their blueprint for immigration reform, Texas Sen. Jon Cornyn said he is committed to finding “common ground” on the issue.

Patriot Act Does Not Override Privacy of Census Information, Justice Dept. Says

Posted on: 18 Mar 2010

A U.S. representative from New York obtained assurances from the Justice Department that the Patriot Act does not supersede the confidentiality provisions that protect Census data.

News Analysis: Did Obama Manage to Defuse Next Week’s Immigration Reform March?

Posted on: 12 Mar 2010

President Obama once again seemed to mollify immigration reform advocates with a statement on his “strong commitment” to the issue, but he did not give them much else.

As White House Meeting on Immigration Reform is Cancelled, Advocates Intensify Criticism of Obama

Posted on: 09 Mar 2010

Harsh criticism of Obama for increasing enforcement and deportations. Schumer-Graham bill would include mandatory ID card.

Obama Meeting on Immigration Reform, A Pre-Emptive Strike Against Demonstration?

Posted on: 08 Mar 2010

The president will talk immigration with Sens. Schumer and Graham Monday evening, but a potentially massive march for immigration reform looms ahead.