EXCLUSIVE: Latino group backs Paul Ryan's Wisconsin challenger with Mexican roots
Randy Bryce gets endorsement from the Latino Victory Fund in race against the speaker of the House of Representatives, could become one of the big congressional battles of 2018.
Without DACA, fears of being forced back into the shadows
Victor Guzman was 10 when he came to America with his father. DACA allowed him to secure a job, study and start a career as an activist. Today, after failing to renew his DACA application, he lives in fear of deportation.
Victor Guzman: "DACA has given me the opportunity to fight in the United States for my people"
"I have been fighting for social justice for five years, that I feel that I can no longer return to the shadows, I cannot remain silent. I don't know how I can contribute to this movement in the United States, but I feel like I'm going to keep fighting in any way I can," says the young activist.
US expels half Cuba's diplomats over sonic "attacks"
The Trump administration ordered the expulsion of 15 Cuban diplomats from Washington, the State Department announced on Tuesday. It said the move was necessary to ensure "equitable staffing levels" after last week’s U.S. move to cut its own embassy staff in Havana. Cuba protested the expulsion calling it "unfounded and unacceptable."
Why so 'Despacito' Donald? Rubio and Florida politicians react quicker than Trump on Puerto Rico
Senator Marco Rubio and Governor Rick Scott are trying not to be associated with the president's slow response. The crisis caused by Hurricane Maria is expected to accelerate the exodus of Puerto Ricans to Florida, and potentially shake politics in the most coveted swing state in the nation.
Democrat leaders say Trump agrees on plan to save Dreamers
The agreement would include border security improvements, but no border wall. But White House says it has not given up on border wall.
Paul Ryan opposes deporting young immigrants in AP interview
The House Speaker on Wednesday said that deporting hundreds of thousands of young immigrants brought into the country illegally is "not in our nation's interest," as he and President Donald Trump prepared to huddle with top Democrats to try to hash out a legislative fix.
Bob Menendez fraud trial an issue in New Jersey Governor's race
If Menendez is convicted and resigns or is forced out by an unlikely two-thirds majority vote in the Senate before Gov. Chris Christie leaves office Jan. 16, Christie would choose Menendez's replacement. But if Menendez's post becomes vacant after that date, Christie's successor would make the pick.
EXCLUSIVE: Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he'll "never" apologize to Latinos
Arpaio, who spoke to Univision News two weeks after being pardoned by President Trump, claims he was just "doing his job" when he authorized tactics that led to racial profiling that spread fear among the Latino community in Arizona.
Analysis: Members of Congress in Hispanic areas show meager use of Spanish online
Most members of Congress who represent areas with large Spanish-speaking populations use only English on their official websites and on social media, according to a Univision News analysis.
Obama: "These Dreamers are Americans in their hearts, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper"
Obama turned to Facebook on Tuesday to make a lengthy appeal to Congress for action to protect the Dreamers after Trump rescinded the DACA program.
Trump appears set to end DACA program for young immigrants
Some 780,000 DACA recipients are in danger of losing their protection from deportation. But Congress could still act to save the program and some states say they will challenge Trump in court.
Trump signs new financial sanctions on Venezuela prohibiting dealings in gov't debt and some bonds
"These measures are carefully calibrated to deny the Maduro dictatorship a critical source of financing to maintain its illegitimate rule," the White House said. But will China and Russia step in?
White House readying paperwork to pardon controversial Sheriff Arpaio
President Trump has strongly hinted in recent days that he plans to pardon the sheriff who was convicted last month of criminal contempt for defying a judge's order to stop the practice of racial profiling.
Texas voter ID law gets rejected - again - by federal judge
The state's voter ID law is among the strictest in the U.S. and has been deemed unfair to minorities. The state's congressional maps have also been challenged for racial gerrymandering.