Latino Community Living In Fear After El Paso Walmart ShootingWhile public displays of mourning continue outside the Walmart in El Paso, some of the toughest conversations are happening inside Latino households.
Childhood Poverty Continues To Swell, Especially In The SouthwestTexas' childhood population swelled by an additional 2.5 million since 1990. The number of children in poverty there increased from about 1.1 million to 1.5 million.
'Kids Count' Childhood Poverty Rankings Show Slight Improvement In TexasThe "Kids Count" report released Monday ranks Texas 41st among the 50 states, an improvement from 43rd a year ago.
Gov. Abbott: Latinos Shouldn't Fear 'Sanctuary City' BanAbbott said prohibitions against racial profiling by police will be "strictly enforced" under the law.
Report: MLS Has Improved Racial, Gender Hiring PracticesMajor League Soccer made improvements in both its racial and gender hiring practices, according to an annual report by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport.
Pope Praises Latinos, Immigrants In Remarks To U.S. ChurchPope Francis praised Latino contributions to the country in a message to U.S. Roman Catholic bishops, a week after Donald Trump was elected president and on the day the prelates put a Mexican-born archbishop in line to be their leader.
Longest-Running Arizona Sheriff Loses ElectionArpaio was first elected in 1993 making him the longest running sheriff in Maricopa County history.
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.
1 Dead, 40 Hurt In Mexican Candy Factory BlastAn explosion inside a candy factory in the border city of Ciudad Juarez on Thursday left one person dead and at least 40 injured, Mexican authorities said.
George P. Bush To Speak At NM GOP EventThe nephew of former President George W. Bush is scheduled to address Republican Party activists in New Mexico.
Latinos Take On Bigger Role In InaugurationLatinos are taking a more prominent role in President Obama's second inauguration, from the first Hispanic Supreme Court justice swearing in the vice president to a star-studded concert celebrating Latino culture.
JFK's Last Night Recalled As Key Event For LatinosPresident John F. Kennedy was supposed to just stop by and wave hello. Instead, a group of eager Latinos persuaded him to come inside and speak to a packed room of Mexican-American civil rights activists.