Mexico's economy is on the path of rapid recovery, as is shown by the growing number of jobs and an increase in foreign direct investment and exports, the government said Monday.
In a bipartisan display that can be rare in judicial nominations, Texas' Democrats and Republicans in Congress have recommended County Court Judge Javier Alvarez for a seat on the federal bench in El Paso.
U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar warned Tuesday oil firm BP may be "pushed out of the way" if it doesn't cap a Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
The Obama administration on Thursday nominated Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Edward Davila to a federal judgeship, giving him a chance to become the Bay Area's first Latino member of the federal bench in more than 15 years.
Arizona's new immigration law has triggered legal and public perception wars, but a higher-stakes battle is just starting to unfold: The fight is for the state's untapped Hispanic voters.
Hispanic high school dropouts are far less likely to receive a GED than their white or black counterparts, according to a report released last week by the Pew Hispanic Center.