International observers are watching the polls in 12 US states. They will file a formal report after election, but so far they’ve found no evidence the vote is “rigged."
This week, Oregon voters will decide Measure 100, which would ban the buying and selling of various illegal animal products. There is widespread support for the measure, but concern that a lack of funding means it promises more than it could deliver.
This year, new citizens have been courted to register by Democrats and Republicans, and by organizations trying to get them to the polls. Here's what it's like to vote in the US when you've never done it before.
We know much more about bilingualism now than we did 18 years ago, when Californians voted to ban bilingual education. So what does the research tell us?
More than ever before, Luis Mancheno feels the heavy burdens of the color of his skin and his national origin. Come November 8, he’s looking for some relief.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio has earned friends and foes nationwide for his tough stance on illegal immigration. Now, immigrants and their allies in several US states are mobilizing to get him out of office.
A peek into the theatrics of campaign appearances.
November’s election is set to be a wake-up call for both major parties. Arizona, long a red state, just might swing for Clinton. And the Latino vote will matter.
Ed Ashurst says the smuggling of drugs and people across the border needs to be seen as a real, national problem. Something, he says, the government isn’t doing.
Hillary Clinton has drawn heavily on her foreign policy experience — and pointed to Donald Trump's relative lack — as she starts to focus on the upcoming general election.