Immigration advocates called the decision a partial victory to their cause. Some backers of stricter immigration policies say one less detention center won’t make a difference; keeping illegal immigrants out will.
Paul may be an underdog in the race to be the Republican Presidential nominee, but his message resonates with libertarian ideals popular in rural towns like Pahrump, Nev. The state holds it's caucus on Feb. 4.
California voters called for a virtual end to bilingual education. But things have changed. As part of our ongoing series, some educators believe an increasingly popular model of bilingual teaching can help close the Latino education achievement gap.
Culture Clash returns to La Jolla Playhouse with a new play, "American Night: The Ballad of Juan José," which examines our collective history through the eyes of an immigrant as he studies for his U.S. citizenship test.
For people on the Navajo reservation, AIDS has long been thought of as a white man’s disease, off the reservation. But a spike in infections is leading to some changes in attitudes about the previously taboo issue.
Survivors also filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the owners of the gun shop that allegedly sold the weapon that killed Agent Brian Terry. The claim is a necessary step before filing a lawsuit against the government.
They withdrew their petition after prosecutors in the case agreed to work with them informally. If granted, the request would have opened the possibility of turning the smuggling case into one against the ATF.
There’s a new community college in Phoenix: Navajo Technical College. This new branch is primarily enrolling immigrant youth after the local community college district more than tripled tuition for non-residents.
Services will be held Tuesday night for a 13-year old San Ysidro Middle School student shot and killed over the weekend in Tijuana. He was one of five males killed in what is being called an attack by organized crime.
Last year, we told you the story of a woman who uses medical marijuana as she recovers from cancer. It’s been over eight months since we spoke with this woman. We caught up and learned how her life has changed.
Stronger enforcement in other areas pushed more border crossers to New Mexico, where ranchers say crime has spiked. A new base aimed to quash the activity will not work, some say, because it's too far from the border.
January 27 is the first National Downwinders Day to recognize people in western states exposed to radiation from nuclear test sites in Nevada. Last year, the U.S. Senate voted unanimously to honor downwinders.