Florida Senator Marco Rubio said Wednesday that in 2013 he will present a bill that will offer a "permanent solution" for undocumented students.
Latinos around the country sat down in debate parties or in the comfort of their own homes to hear the debate last night. The verdict? It debate dragged out on some issues, but did not touch on other issues voters wanted to talk about.
Think of Colorado, the site of this evening's presidential debate, as a fairly accurate picture of what the United States will look like in ten years.
Romney told the Denver Post that if elected, he would not rescind the two-year deportation relief applications and work permits granted under a new Obama administration program.
From a stage on the crowded athletic field of a Las Vegas high school, President Barack Obama got an important endorsement in Spanish: Superstar Mexican rock band Maná.
Some undocumented immigrants could get California drivers licenses under a bill that Gov. Jerry Brown announced he signed into law late Sunday.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday vetoed the TRUST Act, legislation that would have limited how local law enforcement implement Secure Communities.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer plans to fight a federal judge's ruling against a part of Arizona's tough immigration law that would have made it a crime to harbor undocumented immigrants, court papers showed on Thursday.
Critics of the NY soda ban say it cracks down unfairly on small business owners while allowing some large convenience stores to skirt the rules.
The notion that 10 million Hispanics can be deterred from voting in November because of voter laws that are suppressive is a bit of an exaggeration, Latino experts assert.
Schools and consulates have been flooded with requests for documents after President Barack Obama announced a new program allowing young undocumented immigrants to apply for two-year renewable work permits.
Having prominent Hispanics emerge front and center during the convention, sent a clear message to Hispanics across the country. These up and coming Republican stars represent a new era of Latino empowerment and involvement.
There is a new level of intensity in the courting of the Hispanic vote, and it culminated last week in two Univision Candidate Forums, one with Gov. Mitt Romney and one with President Barack Obama.
A city in Texas has for years been attempting to ban undocumented immigrants from renting houses but constant legal battles have prevented the town from doing so.