When school children start paying union dues, then perhaps they can expect unions to represent their interests. One has to wonder what the CTU is thinking. It’s certainly not the children.
A looming teachers strike in Chicago has many immigrant parents worried.
In two weeks, around 1 million people who were brought into the country illegally as children can begin applying for temporary permission to live and work in the U.S. under a directive aimed at DREAM Act students.
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.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was the undisputed favorite vice presidential choice of conservative activists gathered for the Chicago Conservative Political Action Conference.
In Chicago's La Villita/Little Village neighborhood a boxing club has been operating for five years for the physical and educational development of Latino youths seeking to escape street gangs and other problems on the streets.
For an area that has one of Chicago's oldest Spanish-speaking enclaves, the Southeast Side doesn't reflect that fact in its political representation in City Hall.
An undocumented Mexican immigrant deported from Chicago after an on-the-job injury paralyzed him died Sunday while in the care of a small, Mexican hospital unequipped to handle his complications.
Better educational opportunities, more job skills critical to younger generation doing better than parents.
Girls are intrigued by the subjects, but boys avoid chance at potentially lucrative careers
The Chicago area’s Latino population is becoming an increasingly vital contributor to the local economy, disputing a perception that Latinos tend to take more than they contribute to society, a new report claims.
NALEO will convene over 40 Latino state legislators, county and municipal officials from across the country at the group’s first National Economic Policy Institute, taking place November 14-17, 2011, in Chicago, Illinois.
Two immigrants from Mexico and Costa Rica have launched the United States' first Latino-run microbrewery in this midwestern city, quickly building a loyal customer base.
El Gallito manages to take the moral high-ground, while also referring to his opponent as a “buffoon.” That’s definitely some rooster-like crowing from Gutierrez.