Mexico Condemns Shooting In Texas
February 26 2015 11:59 AM EST
Mexico's government denounced the police shooting of an unarmed Mexican immigrant in Texas, the second incident of its kind this month.
Local Police Departments Learn Spanish In Communities With Undocumented Immigrants
February 26 2015 9:28 AM EST
Police departments around the nation have embraced Spanish-language learning for officers.
Snowstorm Causes 75-Car Crash In Maine
February 25 2015 6:38 PM EST
Maine State Police said about 75 cars were towed or damaged and 17 people injured during the Wednesday collision.
Central American Migrant Crisis Could Resurface
February 25 2015 4:16 PM EST
The U.S. is on track to see tens of thousands of unaccompanied child migrants at the border, even if the numbers don't hit last year's record highs.
The Measles Outbreaks That No One Is Talking About
February 25 2015 11:35 AM EST
Saying no to vaccines in the United States or Europe is a luxury people in other regions might love to have.
2014 'Devastating' Year For Human Rights
February 25 2015 4:01 AM EST
The number of displaced people across the globe topped 50 million for the first time since the end of World War II, Amnesty said in a report.
Democrats Win Net Neutrality Battle, FCC Votes Thursday
February 24 2015 9:31 PM EST
The rules will force broadband providers to treat all Internet traffic equally, proponents say.
'All Eyes' On Boehner As Homeland Security Deadline Nears
February 24 2015 5:44 PM EST
In the latest procedural twist, Senate Democrats are waiting to see if Speaker Boehner will agree to DHS funding bill.
Obama's Other Immigration Lawsuit
February 24 2015 5:25 PM EST
A federal court could strike down the justification for immigrant family detentions, which doesn't necessarily mean detentions will wind down.
Keystone Legislation 'Has Earned My Veto'
February 24 2015 4:59 PM EST
Congress will now have to decide whether to attempt to override President Obama's veto of the pipeline legislation.
Venezuela Set To Widen Political Crackdown
February 24 2015 10:50 AM EST
Officials are expected to investigate another opposition figure over an alleged coup plot, just days after the high-profile arrest of Caracas' mayor.
Snowden In Reddit Q&A After 'Citizenfour' Oscar Win
February 23 2015 11:50 PM EST
The NSA leaker and subject of an Oscar-winning documentary took part in a revealing Q&A.
Pope Warns Of 'Mexicanization' Of Argentina
February 23 2015 11:35 AM EST
Francis warned of the booming drug trade in his native country in a letter sent to an Argentine lawmaker.
Twitter Reacts to Sean Penn's 'Green Card' Joke
February 23 2015 10:37 AM EST
Twitter wasn't laughing when Sean Penn cracked an immigration joke about Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu.
Peru Recalls Ambassador From Chile Over Spying Suspicions
February 21 2015 10:05 PM EST
Peru sent a letter of protest to Santiago following revelations this week that two Peruvian naval officials are being tried and a third investigated for allegedly spying for Chile.
Cuba Frees Canadian Businessman After 3 Years
February 21 2015 9:22 PM EST
Tokmakjian, founder of the Ontario-based company, was convicted of bribery and other charges and sentenced to 15 years in September.
Haiti Holds State Funeral For 17 Killed In Float Accident
February 21 2015 4:45 PM EST
Some at the funeral criticized the Haitian government for being lax on safety standards, which they say led to the tragedy.
Caracas Mayor To Appeal Charges After Being Arrested
February 21 2015 2:18 PM EST
Mayor Antonio Ledezma, one of the harshest critics of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, will appeal charges brought against him, his lawyer says.
Venezuelan Politics 'On A Knife's Edge'
February 21 2015 8:32 AM EST
The sudden arrest of the Caracas mayor is prompting fears of a new, aggressive crackdown on Venezuela's opposition.
Detaining Mothers And Children Is 'Unlawful': Judge
February 20 2015 10:26 PM EST
A federal judge wants officers to stop detaining mothers and children who are fleeing the violence in Central America to seek asylum in the U.S.