Alleged frontman for Vice President of Venezuela purchased $16.5 million Miami mansion
Samark López and his wife enjoyed a lavish lifestyle in Miami, despite decrying the United States as an evil empire.
Does tattoo prove 'Dreamer' arrested in Seattle is linked to California gang?
His lawyer says the tattoo refers innocently to the Mexican city where Daniel Ramirez was born, but authorities believe it is evidence that he associated with the “Southerners” gang.
New spy tools can put immigrants at risk
Police agencies are buying equipment and programs that intercept cell phones. For undocumented migrants, that could pose a risk.
'Day Without Immigrants' protests being held across US
Celebrity chefs, such as José Andrés, closed their restaurants for the day in solidarity with immigrant staff.
Accused 'frontman' of Venezuelan vice president bought $3.4 million apartment in Miami with cash
A businessman who bought millions of dollars of U.S. real estate is now accused by the Trump administration of being part of a drug money laundering scheme.
In photos: The rise and fall of El Chapo Guzmán
A summary in images of the key moments in the history of one of the world's most notorious drug traffickers; from his first arrest in 1993, to his prison escapes in 2001 and 2015, right up to his extradition to the United States in January 2017 and his appearance in court in New York.
EXCLUSIVE: The high school speech by Stephen Miller that offended students, and got him thrown off stage
The young White House adviser who is one of the president's preferred spokesmen once ran for election at his California high school. His stump speech was perceived as racist by other students, according to a video obtained exclusively by Univision.
Exclusive video: The high school speech by Stephen Miller that offended students, and got him thrown off stage
The young White House adviser who is one of the president's preferred spokesmen once ran for election at his California high school. His stump speech was found racially offensive by many students as you can see in this video obtained exclusively by Univision. He was escorted off the stage by high school staff.
In photos: This is some of the physical evidence prosecutors have against Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán
A 32-page court document prepared by the US Attorney's Office in New York contains these 11 photos that will be presented in the trial of the Sinaloa Cartel leader who was extradited to the United States Jan 19.
Why immigrants fear new Attorney General Sessions
The Alabama senator has opposed legal immigration for more than two decades, linking new arrivals to terrorism. During the campaign he was one of the closest advisers to President-elect Trump.
Syrian refugees 'detrimental' to Americans? The numbers tell a different story
By the end of 2016, the total number of Syrian refugees settled in the U.S. was 14,761, about .0046 percent of the country’s population.
The last time the U.S. invaded Mexico to capture "bad hombres"
Sunday marked a century since a failed U.S. operation to capture Pancho Villa. Trump’s recent threat to send troops recalls this episode in history when the United States looked down on Mexico.
A Hispanic woman received a racist letter. Here's how her community responded.
The anonymous letter-writer wished her the loss of her job once Trump took office.
White House: Trump only joking about sending troops to Mexico to deal with "bad hombres"
Trump said he might send troops during an hour long conversation with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on Jan. 27.
In danger of deportation: the faces behind Trump's executive orders (360° video)
These are five stories of undocumented immigrants that could be affected by Trump's new immigration policies.