A Texas civil rights group filed a lawsuit in federal court in San Antonio on Monday charging that the 2010 Census failed to count as many as one-tenth of the Hispanics living in the state.
I had the opportunity to speak to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar for my radio show that airs on AM760 in Denver about President Obama's speech on immigration reform in El Paso Texas, the politics of reform, and the important role that immigrants play in America.
"There is a consensus around fixing what’s broken. Now we need Congress to catch up to a train that’s leaving the station. Now we need to come together around reform that reflects our values as a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants; that demands everyone take responsibility."
The President delivered a speech from El Paso, Texas on the importance of fixing the broken immigration system. We have included the video of the full speech here.
President Barack Obama will kick off a campaign-style push on comprehensive immigration reform Tuesday afternoon with a major speech in El Paso, Texas, but don't expect Congress to pass legislation anytime soon.
This week , the Illinois Senate passed the Illinois Dream Act with an overwhelming 45-11 bipartisan vote- with 11 GOP Senators voting in favor of the bill.
The classical concept of a book – a paper book, that is – is rapidly changing. People are forgoing paper, instead reading books and gathering information on their cell phones, laptops and other technologies.
President Barack Obama explains why his administration won't release the death photos of Osama bin Laden.
Steve Kroft spoke with President Obama on how the killing of Osama bin Laden will influence the war in Afghanistan.
President talks to "60 Minutes" in his first interview since the killing of terrorist leader
Last week House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi provided an exclusive web audio interview for MarioWire.com
After 10 years of hunting, a team of CIA officers and Navy SEALs kill bin Laden in a firefight near the Pakistani capital
His immigration overhaul stalled, President Barack Obama is enlisting an array of voices, including Latino entertainment and media stars, to help jump-start legislation and reassure crucial but restless Hispanic voters that he has not abandoned his campaign pledge to change the law. Obama's political advisers see tremendous potential in a growing Latino electorate.
After a year that saw pop going bigger than ever, it's perhaps not surprising that two crossover superstars -- Enrique Iglesias and Shakira -- were the big winners at the 2011 Billboard Latin Music Awards. Leading the fray with nine honors was Iglesias, while Shakira followed with six Billboard Latin Music Awards.