Federal officials will review two deadly police shootings that sparked a fourth day of violent protests that left downtown business heaped with shattered glass and jails full of demonstrators.
A U.S. Latino citizen fought back tears at an Arizona sheriff's racial profiling trial on Wednesday as he described being pulled over by a deputy and having his groin frisked during a traffic stop he said was motivated by his ethnicity.
When Joe Arpaio found himself in the awkward position of having his own words used against him in a discrimination lawsuit, the usually brash sheriff was unusually quiet.
Businesses were surveying the damage in downtown Anaheim after a night of violence in which 24 people were arrested and six injured.
Latinos now make up more than 50 percent of Anaheim’s population, Latino leaders say they need a greater voice.
For six years, the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America has vehemently denied allegations that his deputies racially profile Latinos in his trademark immigration patrols.
A trial will begin as scheduled on July 19 in an ethnic profiling lawsuit against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio after the judge who will decide the case rejected handing the matter to another judge.
Mary Kristine Chapa, 18, who was shot in the head on Saturday along with her girlfriend Mollie Judith Olgin, 19, who was killed, is making an “amazing” recovery, according to her brother.
George Zimmerman could have defused the deadly confrontation with Trayvon Martin if he would have identified himself as a member of neighborhood watch according to a report released Tuesday.
On June 9, 2012 the Board of Directors of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) , one of the nation’s largest and oldest Latino Civil Rights organization’s passed a resolution endorsing the rights of Lesbian and Gay men to legally marry in the U.S. according to the organizations board members.
On Aug. 10, a traveling judge will take the bench in an Alleghany County, N.C. courtroom and, before the day is over, decide the fate of three children.
Reverend Jose Landaverde and four others are engaged in a hunger strike going on 12 days to raise awareness for the plight of undocumented immigrants who will die without organ transplants.
Brenda Vázquez was born in Texas. On her way back from Mexico, though, she told border patrol agents she was in fact born in Mexico. Now she is not allowed to return to the U.S.
Latino car wash workers at three Santa Monica facilities are suing their employers for allegedly refusing to give workers breaks and overtime pay.