President Barack Obama called on Congress to move forward with immigration reform legislation, in part as a response to Arizona's new immigration law. Judy Woodruff talks with two reporters about the likelihood of reform.
Latino poet Benjamin Saenz shares his writing from his home near the U.S., Mexico border, a region where violent drug wars have raged in recent years. His latest collection is called "The Book of What Remains."…
The nation's unemployment rate held steady at 9.7 percent in February, but jobless rates for blacks and Latinos remain high. Judy Woodruff talks to two financial and policy experts about the disparity.
The New America School in Eagle County, Colo., opened three years ago to educate the area's Latino high school students.
In this first segment of a series on New Mexico's role as a battleground state, Ray Suarez sets the scene in the Land of Enchantment, whose wide demographics and economy will affect the choice of voters this election.
By PBS NewsHour
After Texas Democrats scored a string of upsets over GOP incumbents -- winning Dallas County offices, judgeships across the state and two congressional seats in 2006 -- state party members say voters are rediscovering their once-moribund party.
Sen. Barack Obama is gaining support in Texas -- a state where Sen. Hillary Clinton once had a stronghold -- especially among young, Latino voters. Gewn Ifill reports on the divide between father and son Texas legislators over their choice…
Mexican President Felipe Calderon went on a tour of several U.S. cities with large Mexican populations; however, his itinerary did not include Washington, D.C. Jeffrey Kaye reports on Calderon's trip.
The Senate has yet to reach a compromise on an immigration reform bill after a procedural vote failed Thursday. A congressional journalist discusses key sticking points in the debate.
President Bush signed a bill to build 700 miles of fence along the U.S. border with Mexico. Experts debate the controversial immigration policy.
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