The three package bombs that have exploded in the city this month, killing two people and injuring two others, share at least one other thing in common: They hit black and Latino families east of I-35.
The plaintiffs in the case include a Haitian ethics teacher fleeing political persecution, a Honduran national who alleges persecution for being gay and asylum seekers from Mexico, El Salvador, Venezuela and Cuba.
Though the DACA program is still in effect, thousands demonstrated in El Paso and elsewhere across the country to demand Congress come up with a legislative fix to protect the young undocumented immigrants known as "Dreamers."
For the fourth time in as many election cycles, state Rep. Mary González is battling it out on the campaign trail. Her opponent, MarySue Femath, hopes to make history by being the first Native American elected to the Texas Legislature.
Federal legislation to protect young undocumented immigrants and bolster border security is again at a standstill after the U.S. Senate on Thursday failed to advance any of four proposals on the issue.
How do I know if I’m registered to vote? What am I voting on? How do runoffs work? We've got answers to the basic questions about how to cast a ballot in the March 6 Republican and Democratic primaries in Texas.
Federal officials said this week that a change to how the federal government decides asylum cases is meant to stamp out fraud. But immigration attorneys and human rights watchdogs said the policy would probably do more harm than good.
After the release of a framework of the White House's plan on immigration and border security, President Donald Trump's State of the Union speech will preview how much he is willing to compromise to get something to his desk.
The Texas Tribune has been reporting on sexual misconduct at the Texas Legislature, but now we're seeking stories beyond the Capitol. Share your story of Texas workplace harassment with us confidentially.
Revisit our animated tour of Texas Congressional District 35, which wiggles its way from Austin to San Antonio, swallowing specific neighborhoods while avoiding — or splitting — others, all in the name of partisan political advantage.