Mexican Mitt Romney, the Most Mexican Man in the World, wants to be the first Latino President. This is his story — in song.
The Obama campaign’s latest moves reveal the White House’s realization that by replicating the strong Latino support of the 2008 election a Democrat candidate for the presidency may be able to win in states like Arizona, for the first time since Bill Clinton.
Amongst many of the issues discussed Saturday during the White House Hispanic Action Summit were the power of the Hispanic vote and the lack of Latino turnout during elections.
More than any other group in the country, Latinos are increasingly using community colleges as their pathway to higher learning and a future career.
Two Hispanic sisters from Presidio, Texas, have had their efforts and their inventiveness at designing rockets recognized by being invited to participate in the White House Science Fair.
Wednesday, February 8th at 3 pm EST, LATISM is proud to co-host a second town hall on Latino education, with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.
Longtime immigration reform advocate Cecilia Muñoz will serve as the director of the Domestic Policy Council, the White House announced on Tuesday.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is establishing a hotline for people who are detained “if they believe they may be U.S. citizens or victims of a crime.”
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus slammed Republicans on Tuesday for blocking President Obama’s nomination of the U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador, and cast it as an attack on the Latino community
Most kids at this time of year get ready to write letters to Santa Claus, but many children of undocumented immigrants now prefer to write President Barack Obama begging him to stop the deportations that are breaking up their families.
Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, who was charged Thursday with attempting to assassinate the president was convinced that the federal government was conspiring against him, the 21-year-old man accused of firing rifle shots at the White House last week drove from Idaho to Washington in an old Honda Accord on a mission to kill President Obama.
Cecilia Muñoz, President Obama's primary aid and spokesperson on immigration policy, has come under intense criticism from the Latino community because she repeatedly calls the non-violent, non-criminal immigrant majority of people that the Obama Administration deports "criminals" and "collateral damage."
Cecilia Muñoz, one of the highest-ranking Latino officials in the White House and a longtime immigration and civil rights activist, has borne heavy criticism for the Obama administration's policies -- and often rhetoric -- on deportations. In the past two months, prominent progressive bloggers have called for Muñoz to resign from her position at the White House.
The White House has scheduled a "Hispanic Community Action Summit" in Las Cruces as more Latinos are expressing anger over the number of deportations under Obama's presidency and the lack of progress on a comprehensive immigration plan.