Florida es un estado crucial en la elección del candidato que vencerá la carrera por la Casa Blanca el 3 de noviembre. La victoria del presidente Donald Trump o del candidato demócrata Joe Biden a partir de los 29 votos electorales del estado podría depender de unos cientos de miles de puertorriqueños del centro de Florida.
Criticism of S-Comm is growing, with cities and entire states, including California, now resisting the program. Adrian Florido, from the public radio collaboration Fronteras, reports.
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 granted amnesty to some three million illegal immigrants already in the country. One of those who benefited was Rosaura Piñera, the great-grandmother of Fronteras reporter Monica Ortiz Uribe.
Gary Younge, a columnist for the British newspaper The Guardian, tells anchor Marco Werman why he thinks the notion that America might vote in a black president now seems like little more than a banal fact of life.
Between their religion and their generally conservative culture, Mitt Romney ought to have a lock on their vote. But many in the Latino Mormon community are torn between voting for a fellow Mormon — and their dislike of his immigration policies.
Filipinos comprise the second largest group of Asian immigrants in the United States, second only to the Chinese. Yet, despite their numbers, Filipino-Americans haven't achieved much success in the halls of political power.
Demographers say the state could be majority Latino in less than 20 years, and some conservatives are hoping to woo Latinos over to their side.
The idea of bipartisanship is being put before Indiana voters on Tuesday. Republican Senator Richard Lugar has been known for his ability to reach across the aisle. His opponent is using that against him and has opened a big lead in the polls.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Allen Schick, a professor of public policy at the University of Maryland, about why government shutdowns do not happen anywhere else other than US.
If the US government shuts down, about 800,000 federal workers (out of 4.4 million) would be furloughed. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Susan Johnson, the president of AFSA, about the possible impact of the shutdown on foreign service workers.
We hear from people in New York standing in line to renew their passports. They're nervous that a government shutdown will mean disaster for their travel plans.