A Latino majority governed by a minority of the well-to-do.
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.
Latinos now make up more than 50 percent of Anaheim’s population, Latino leaders say they need a greater voice.
Many studies have focused on the fiscal and economic ramifications of anti-immigrant legislation, but little work has been done on the harmful effects these laws have on everyday life in our communities. That is the focus of a new report.
A federal Justice Department probe of the East Haven, Conn., Police Department has found a pattern of discrimination against Latinos, the latest legal blow aimed at the suburban department.
A federal judge Wednesday temporarily blocked portions of Alabama's strict immigration law but upheld others, including a controversial section that requires police to check the residency status of suspected illegal immigrants during traffic stops.
The Immigration debate in Massachusetts is heating up on two fronts: one at the State House and the other on the front lines of policing.
Immigration advocates gathered outside the Suffolk County Police Department’s 3rd precinct in Bay Shore to call for speedier efforts to improve relations with the Hispanic community.
In a blistering condemnation of the second-largest police force in the United States, the Justice Department is accusing the Puerto Rico Police Department of a “profound” and “longstanding” pattern of civil rights violations and other illegal practices.
When federal officials first announced the Secure Communities program in 2008, they billed it as a powerful tool in the battle to identify and deport illegal immigrants who had been convicted of violent crimes. Once billed as a voluntary partnership between the Department of Homeland Security and localities, it is now mired in controversy.
Brazilian police will use futuristic 'Robocop-style' glasses fitted with facial recognition equipment to identify and root out troublemakers at the 2014 World Cup.
The Iowa Civil Rights Commission has reached a settlement shielding the identity of a police force accused of racially profiling Latinos in exchange for policy changes meant to end the practice.