Eight people have been killed in brutal interactions with U.S. agents along the border in the past two years, according to a new PBS segment set to air Friday.
For every drunk driver, Escondido police pick up about 10 unlicensed drivers -- a majority of which are undocumented immigrants. DUI road barriers effectively serve as immigration checkpoints in this California town.
The San Diego Latino Film Festival turns 19 this year, and it's proving its vibrancy by continuing to change. At this year's festival, prepare for zombies, aliens, and witches.
A Mexican drug cartel boss, arguably Latin America's answer to Al Capone or John Gotti, pleaded guilty to racketeering and conspiracy to launder money on Wednesday in a U.S. federal courtroom.
Pacific Coast Conference cross-country champ Ayded Reyes is fighting to stay in the U.S., but a March court hearing will ultimately decide her fate.
More than any other demographic, Hispanic homeowners were slammed by the mortgage crisis. Nearly half of the all the foreclosures in California between September 2006 and October 2009 (48%), were for Hispanic homeowners. But now, young Hispanic American families are poised to play an influential role in the housing recovery as first-time home buyers absorb excess inventory.
An American immigration agent bounded up the steps of a bus about to cross the United States-Mexico border recently and demanded to see the papers of all those aboard. “Papers!” he shouted, eyeing passengers warily as he walked up and down the aisle.