Juan Lopez-Fuentes became the first inmate to be sentenced for a riot that rattled a Mississippi federal prison in May.
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One deported man’s struggle to regain parental custody of his children enters its final stage.
Texas is poised to join the drug-testing bandwagon.
“I would like the Republican Party to meet America’s Latinos,” he said.
Democratic and Republican leaders want to return to their 2010 blueprint. But immigration reformers say first, stop the deportations.
Riling up fears of a black and brown nation can’t win the White House anymore. But it certainly has locked in the Republican Party’s power Down South.
“This issue has been around far too long,” the House Speaker said this week.
Now, advocates and alternative media in Arizona are questioning these results. They say hundreds of thousands of provisional and early votes have yet to be counted.
And the ugly, bruising battles they launched around immigration, health reform and reproductive rights are certain to continue.
Latinos in Phoenix went to bed last night with the news that they’ll face another four years of harassment from Joe Arpaio and his deputies. The 80-year-old sheriff told supporters at his victory party that he looks forward to another…
Here’s a quick rundown of the results in key ballot measures.
Core questions about reproductive health, immigrant and workers rights, unions, criminal justice and education are on the table at the state and congressional level.
Far right symbolism may have receded, but thanks to redistricting, tea party politics will dominate state legislatures for some time to come.
The Fair Housing Act has been largely ignored for 40 years, according to a new investigation.
Felipe Montes has been granted an extension to his humanitarian parole.
The agreement comes more than three years after the federal government began an investigation of practices of systemic discrimination and brutality against Latinos by East Haven police.
The foreign and domestic policy debate structure may be about as antiquated as those bayonets Romney got zinged with last night.
The GOP is winning the rhetorical war on poverty because Obama’s afraid to talk about race. And the results could be disastrous for millions of families.
Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn charged a 21-year-old Bangladeshi man named Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis for attempting on Wednesday to to blow up the Federal Reserve building with what he believed was a 1,000 pound bomb. But, the NY Times…