Two U.S. senators have blamed the government for the serious abuses suffered by undocumented migrant children in safe houses.
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has announced its endorsement of U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro for its VP bid. The Hispanic group says that they Have come to believe in Castro and his projects.
Juanes and John Legend performed in front of immigrants currently held in a detention center.
Immigration rights groups are filing a lawsuit against federal agencies for failing to provide requested documents about a new deportation program.
Chile's new cannabis farm is expected to produce 1.65 tons of the controversial medicinal plant from March to May this year.
The Mexican attorney general is asking the famous telenovela star to answer a number of very pressing questions.
After the drug kingpin's capture, his lawyers are doing all they can to prevent El Chapo from having a trial in the United States.
A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, lawyer was slapped with a misdemeanor charge after authorities said he forged an immigration document.
Jailed political dissident Vladimir Morera ends his 81-day hunger strike. The prisoner is still in a weakened state.
Immigration activists have criticized the weekend raids that apprehended 121 immigrants across the United States for deportation.
U.S. polls are nearing and one question still remains: is the Latino community going to have a significant effect the 2016 Presidential Elections?
The annual Philadelphia Mummers Parade is once again under fire after racist and homophobic acts interspersed the city's version of Mardi Gras.
There is an influx of tourists who have visited Peru, a land rich in culture and history.
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Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.
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