The U.S. Justice Department is readying a legal challenge against a controversial immigration law in the US state of Arizona, US media reported Friday, citing administration officials.
The raging immigration debate has spread from Arizona to Nebraska. Voters in Fremont, Neb., OK'd a controversial immigration ordinance that would fine landlords and employers who house or hire them.
Uruguay beat Mexico in the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg on Tuesday to win Group A and make it to the last-16 of the World Cup for the first time in 20 years. Both teams advance in the series.
Texas employers expanded payrolls by 43,600 jobs in May, the largest monthly gain in more than three years, according to preliminary data released Friday by the Texas Workforce Commission.
Unemployment fell in California and Sacramento last month, but there was little cause for celebration.
President Obama, bathed in sunlight on a Columbus, Ohio, street corner Friday, kicked off the 10,000th road project funded with economic stimulus money.
Tulsa's Latino community leaders accused District 6 City Councilor Jim Mautino of not knowing the contents of his proposal to city council to crack down on illegal immigration.