Texas Hispanic Voting Bloc Largely UntappedTexas is home to 10.2 million Hispanics, 19 percent of the country's Latino population. About 5 million of them will be eligible to vote in the 2016 presidential election, but less than half may register and fewer still are likely to cast ballots.
Pro-Trump Hispanics Face Ridicule From Friends And FamilyIn the border towns of Texas, the working-class neighborhoods of New York, and even inside Trump's overwhelmingly white rallies, the pro-Trump Hispanic minority is willing to risk public and private ridicule to defend him.
Mexican-American Textbook In Texas Slammed As RacistA textbook proposed to help teach the cultural history of Mexican-Americans in Texas public schools is under scrutiny by scholars, some of whom decry the effort as racist and not a reflection of serious academic study.
Supreme Court Justices Weigh Meaning Of 'One Person, One Vote'The Supreme Court is treading gingerly on a question of immense importance to the nation's growing Hispanic population: whether states must count all residents, or only eligible voters, in drawing electoral districts.
Meaning Of 'One Person, One Vote' At Stake At Supreme CourtTexas was the big winner in the 2010 census when it picked up four congressional seats, due mainly to growth in its Hispanic population. A Supreme Court case being argued Tuesday threatens to diminish Latinos' clout and benefit white, rural voters.
Report: Texas Troopers Misidentify Hispanic Drivers As White A broadcast report says Texas state troopers habitually misidentify the race of Hispanics as white in traffic records, calling into question the accuracy of state data used to monitor racial profiling.
Texas High School Graduation Rates Same As Last YearThe Education Department says high school graduation rates for most states continue to improve except in Texas and seven other states wherein it’s the same.
Trump's Hardline Views Divide Hispanics In Texas Border TownThere was an audible gasp from the gathered crowd as Donald Trump's 757 lifted off the tarmac.
Woman Survives Attack On TCU CampusPolice are searching for a man who attacked a woman at the northwest corner of Ed Landreth Hall around 7 p.m. Sunday, according to a crime alert from TCU Police.
Hispanic Courtship Shapes Bush's CampaignJeb Bush spoke in a language most Republican presidential primary voters do not understand. "You are part of the new wave of hope for this country," he said in fluent Spanish.
Community & Police Search For Missing Mother & BabyA mother and her son disappear -- and now a note to family suggests they may be in imminent danger. Heidi Martinez-Trejo, 28, and her one-year-old son Carlos Gomez were last seen Saturday afternoon.
University Of Texas Fraternity Got Prior Party ComplaintThe 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.
Texas City Emerges As New Battleground On Voting RightsA federal lawsuit accuses the Pasadena's white councilmembers of leading a discriminatory plan to turn back the clock.
Hispanics Targeted In 2nd Year Of Health OverhaulFrom 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.
Court: School District Violates Voting Rights Act 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.