The University of Texas received a complaint about a fraternity’s portrayal of Hispanics at a party a year before the same fraternity came under scrutiny for a similar party earlier this month.
A federal lawsuit accuses the Pasadena’s white councilmembers of leading a discriminatory plan to turn back the clock.
From grocery stores to music radio stations, there are some atypical approaches to selling health insurance policies playing out across the country since the second round of enrollment under the Affordable Care Act opened.
A federal court has determined that the Irving Independent School District denies Hispanic residents an equal opportunity to vote and elect candidates of their choice.
Hoping to tap the fast-growing Hispanic market and please the palette of those who enjoy authentic beer from south of the border, Anheuser-Busch is importing its first Mexican lager to Texas and few other states in the U.S.
Texas’ education commissioner says a record 88 percent of the state’s high school students graduated on time last year.
The Texas Board of Education has bypassed voting on a hotly debated proposal to create a statewide Mexican-Americans studies course as a high school elective.
Texas says its public school enrollment surged by nearly 20 percent in a decade, enough to officially top 5 million as of the 2012-2013 academic year.
Hispanics account for about one-third of the nation’s uninsured, but they seem to be staying on the sidelines as the White House races to meet a goal of 6 million sign-ups by March 31.
There’s a new so-called battle- ground receiving more attention in this year’s governor’s race.
Greg Abbott is bringing the governor’s race back to the Texas border, where Wendy Davis is on the defensive after losing heavily Hispanic counties in this week’s primary election.
The moment Republican Greg Abbott announced he was running for Governor, political analysts started saying it’s his race to lose.