The largest and most sustained immigration trend in US history is over. That's according to a new analysis of migration between Mexico and the United States. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jeff Passel, senior demographer at the Pew Hispanic Center.
Most casino workers on the Las Vegas strip are part of a union. Now, some non-union casino workers want to be part of a union. But some say they're being targeted for speaking out. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
Both Democrats and Republicans are unveiling new strategies to appeal to Latino voters in the presidential election. Monica Ortiz Uribe of the public radio collaboration Fronteras found a great example of that when she interviewed her own family members.
The United States is home to tens of thousands of people of Syrian heritage. Some are transfixed by the uprising back home. Reporter Michael May profiles one Syrian American writer who's been glued to YouTube videos from home.
Students at Oikos University in Oakland, California, are still waiting for their classes to resume. A lone gunman killed seven people there Monday and police are still collecting evidence.
Most Latinos in the US support the Dream Act to give young undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship. But the bill's languished in Congress.
In Alabama and Mississippi, immigration reform is at the forefront of political debates. Controversial laws that limit opportunities for immigrant students in several Southern states have prompted immigrant allies to develop a 21st century "underground railroad" of assistance for their undocumented neighbors.
Latinos could be a force at the polls. There's one problem though: Many don't vote. That's partially because many are eligible to become citizens, but aren't bothering with the citizenship process.
A new law in Georgia allows police officers to check drivers' immigration status during routine road side checks.