David Martin Davies
There are several history-making decisions expected to be handed down from the U.S. Supreme Court in June. One could effectively wipe out the Voting Rights Act. In Texas, minority voters fear a possible loss of legal protection, while states' rights activists are eager for a change.
Texas state law enforcement is beefing up its efforts to fight Mexican drug cartels away from the border and in the state’s larger cities.
As Mexico’s economy continues to improve, a new study shows retailers in the United States are cashing in on Mexican spending sprees north of the border.
With Republicans on one side and civil rights groups on the other, Texas is arguing redistricting again in Federal Court. The results could shake up the state’s 36 congressional seats.
The conservative Heritage Foundation released a study that calculates the total cost of the Senate’s immigration proposal to be $6.3 trillion. Critics say the total is inaccurate. But as history dictates, that might not matter.
When President Barack Obama travels to Mexico on Thursday to meet with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto there will be a laundry list of issues to tackle. Texas is asking the leaders to not forget water.
A double funeral took place Friday morning in Texas for Kauffman County District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife Cynthia. There are few clues in the shocking assault, but some are wondering if there’s a connection to the Mexican drug cartels.
San Antonio Congressman Lamar Smith described Tuesday his litmus test for viable immigration reform.
One in five Latinos earns minimum wage, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While a higher minimum wage means more income for their families, it may also stifle job creation.
Senator Rand Paul is dramatically softening his stance on immigration reform. Paul told the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday there could be a place in America for undocumented workers.