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Chicago
Immigration reform is a women's issue. We need an immigration reform bill that keeps women and their children together, and brings women out from the shadows and gives them protection under the law.
Latino Voices
Through the “Operation Butterfly” campaign, members of United We Dream hope to bring to light more stories of Dreamers, like
Latino Voices
According to the report, local police arrested Puc-Ruiz in Missouri after officers received a tip that he and others were
Videos
Full Segment: Mixed-status families, where some members are citizens and others are not, are particularly affected by the prospects for immigration reform.
Latino Voices
And there are other reasons to be hopeful, Martinez de Castro said. Martinez de Castro, a naturalized U.S. citizen originally
Politics
I have taken calls from seriously hysterical family members -- incredibly traumatized people -- sobbing on the phone, crying out, "I don't know where my son or husband is!"
Politics
While the broken state of our immigration system, and its desperate need for reform, might not be a part of your daily life, there are many for whom it is. It's time we all start following this story.
Politics
The speech Barack Obama gave in Tucson was a memorial to the victims of a horrible tragedy, but the spirit of his speech could also shape Tuesday's State of the Union address by calling us to be worthy of each victim's sacrifice.
Politics
Beck promised on his radio show that "the hammer" would be coming down on me, and that he would devote a week of his TV show to bringing me down. I took that as a "no" to dialogue, but I've decided to go ahead without him.
Religion
If our political leaders won't make room for the "strangers" among us, we will -- because Jesus commands us to do so.
Politics
The broken nature of America's immigration system is deeply felt during the holidays by millions in the United States who long to be reunited with their loved ones.
Politics
Today, more than one-fourth of Latino children live in poverty. Three-fifths live in low-income families. One in five does not have health insurance. Only 55% graduate from high school.