Despite the end of U.S. combat operations in Iraq, the struggles continue for Iraqis displaced by the war.
The head of the Republican Party says anti-immigrant legislation does not define the GOP. But many Hispanic Republicans are having a hard time buying that message.
Republican candidates who favor greater restrictions on immigration won races in Arizona and Florida.
The fight between Bill McCollum and Rick Scott for Florida’s GOP gubernatorial nomination has featured anti-immigrant rhetoric–and it’s making the some of the state’s Hispanic Republicans uneasy.
Four out of nine candidates in the Democratic Primary in Florida’s 17th district are Haitian American. Community leaders fear they will split the vote and miss an opportunity to send the first Haitian American to Congress.
The current challenge to the birthright citizenship clause of the 14th amendment is nothing new–the Supreme Court took on the issue back in 1898.
The Spanish-language daily has just published a series of reports on the recent wave of attacks on Mexican immigrants living on Staten Island.
Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union argue that immigrant detainees suffering with mental disabilities should be provided with a lawyer at no charge.
A federal injunction against parts of Arizona’s new immigration law leaves immigrants in New York and their supporters unsatisfied.
In the weekend after the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against the state of Arizona for pre-empting federal immigration policy, political leaders were all over the national media talking about the issue.