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  • Rep. Gutierrez responds to Sen. Kirk's remarks on immigrant children

    Rep. Gutierrez responds to Sen. Kirk's remarks on immigrant children
    WASHINGTON — After Republican Sen. Mark Kirk said Thursday that 429 unaccompanied minors from the Mexican border crisis were in Chicago and urged they undergo criminal background checks, he drew fire today from an immigrant-rights group and...
  • Spotlight on Santa Fe; recalling old Chicago

    Spotlight on Santa Fe; recalling old Chicago
    "Santa Fe" (Museum of New Mexico Press, $39.95) Santa Fe, N.M., founded in 1610, is unique among cities in the United States. No other city looks like Santa Fe. Here three dominant cultures — Indian, Hispanic and Anglo — have coexisted and...
  • Kirk says 400-plus kids from Mexican border crisis are in Chicago

    Kirk says 400-plus kids from Mexican border crisis are in Chicago
    WASHINGTON — Sen. Mark Kirk said today that 429 unaccompanied minors from the Mexican border crisis are in Chicago in the custody of a federal agency, and he wants to know if any of the children have criminal records. Kirk, an Illinois Republican,...
  • Obama requests $3.7 billion from Congress to deal with border crisis

    Obama requests $3.7 billion from Congress to deal with border crisis
    The White House asked the U.S. Congress for $3.7 billion in emergency spending on Tuesday to address a cross-border surge of children from Central America that is taxing public resources and causing a political headache for President Barack Obama. It...
  • LeaLA, Los Angeles' Spanish language book fair, to return in 2015

    LeaLA, Los Angeles' Spanish language book fair, to return in 2015
    After three successful and growing years, the Spanish language book fair LĂ©aLA did not return to Los Angeles in 2014. Launched by the University of Guadalajara USA Foundation and others in 2011, the annual book fair depended, in large measure, on...
  • The real failures on immigration

    In the eyes of Texas Gov. Rick Perry and others, the crisis on our Southern border demonstrates the failure of our immigration policy. They are correct, though not in the way they think. The failure in our immigration policy comes from the persistent...
  • Televisa, Carlos Slim May Benefit From Mexico's Telco Reform Bill

    The world's largest producer of Spanish-language TV content, Televisa, appears to have caught a couple of breaks with the telco reform bill Mexico's Congress sent to President Enrique Pena Nieto on Wednesday. The bill limits the sanctioning power of the...
  • Addressing the border crisis

    Addressing the border crisis
    Tens of thousands of Central American children, some accompanied by adults but most traveling alone, have surged across the U.S.-Mexican border in recent months. The flood has swamped the border security infrastructure as well as the youth housing...
  • Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez ready to get back to work vs. Erislandy Lara

    Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez ready to get back to work vs. Erislandy Lara
    In Guadalajara, Mexico, this week, a fruit-stand grocer reluctantly gave up his post behind the counter so he could spend Saturday evening watching his son work. "That's the discipline — how he does his job is how I do my job," boxer Saul "Canelo"...
  • Children Crossing Border Are Here To Stay

    Children Crossing Border Are Here To Stay
    Children crossing the United States border with Mexico are teaching us a lesson in the power of the human spirit. A nation must be able to control its borders, but ours with Mexico is 2,000 miles long. It will always be porous. The Berlin Wall was about...
  • Armed citizen groups seek recruits to secure U.S. border

    Armed citizen groups seek recruits to secure U.S. border
    Citizen groups in border states are seeking armed volunteers to patrol the U.S.-Mexico frontier alongside law enforcement officers who are struggling to deal with a surge of undocumented migrants from Central America. Southwestern states have seen a big...