This year, an increasing number of Central American attempted to enter the US illegally. Now, as many are deported back home, there are concerns that due process was not served while they were held in detention facilities in the United States.
After winning Major League Baseball's home run contest this week, Cuban-born Yoenis Cespedes was interviewed by ESPN's Pedro Gomez. Gomez was blasted by many on Twitter for speaking Spanish. Host Marco Werman speaks with Gomez about the angry reaction.
There’s a crisis on the farms of America: Young people don’t want to work there. Agriculture experts are well aware of this. One strategy is to reach out to low-income, minority students, often immigrants in urban areas, grooming them to someday run the farm.
In Texas, the Sons of Confederate Veterans want the state to issue license plates displaying the Confederate Flag. On Thursday, the state said no way, in the wake of protests from minorities who say the flag represents racism.
Officials in San Antonio are looking into whether Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulted a boy he brought with him to the Penn State Alamo Bowl in 1999. Cars.com has pulled its advertising from the next two Penn State games and Mike McQueary will not coach this weekend.
Charlotte, N.C., will take center stage tonight when the Democrats convene their national convention. Michelle Obama will be the big star tonight and kick off urgent efforts to get her husband, President Barack Obama, re-elected.
Drivers in Texas headed from Austin to San Antonio have a choice: take the free Interstate Highway 35 at 75 mph or jump on the new, privately operated toll road at 85 mph. But some folks have raised eyebrows over how that speed limit was set -- and what the state got for setting the highest speed limit its ever granted.
The Rio Grande Valley in Texas has no abortion providers for women past their 16th week of pregnancy. For them, a trip to San Antonio is required, but that requires passing a law enforcement checkpoint. And for undocumented immigrants, that's often a non-starter.
Lara Bello's new Flamenco album is inspired by an American. But its roots, and its title, are absolutely Spanish. Bello grew up in Granada, surrounded by Flamenco culture. And her new album reflects that culture.