Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by six-points in a Reuters/Ipsos post Democratic National Convention poll.
Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have contrasting opinions on what immigrants can do with STEM programs. U.S. tech companies say restricive immigration laws hurt America's chances of staying relavent in science and technology fields.
The former Secretary of State became the first women ever within earshot distance of the White House Thursday night by accepting the Democratic presidential nomination. Clinton's optimistic acceptance speech starkly contrasted from Donald Trump's one week ago.
Hillary Clinton still holds a comfortable lead over Donald Trump in the all-important electoral vote tally.
A rescheduled luncheon between Donald Trump and Miami Hispanic leaders was scrapped after most of the invitees could not attend on short notice. The Republican nominee pivoted to a fundraising dinner co-hosted by prominent Latino supporters in South Florida, including state Rep. Carlos Trujillo.
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are slated to headline the list of speaker's for the third night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Bernie Sanders work is far from done, with much of the heavy-lifting seemingly only beginning.
Hillary Clinton's running-mate Tim Kaine has joined her in pledging if the duo is elected to the White House this fall they will commence building comprehensive immigration reform within "the first 100 days" of their administration.
To Democrats and Republicans alike, Tim Kaine is a boring nominee for vice president. His pro-immigration reform and Latino advocacy efforts, however, may be enough to win him over with the country's ever-growing Hispanic community.
"Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver is taking major exception with the official crowning of Donald Trump and the just concluded Republican National Convention.
Immigrant groups are blasting Donald Trump's prime-time Republican National Convention speech on immigration as "pure hate and racism."
Hillary Clinton's newly named running-mate Tim Kaine and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren are among the individuals that have been added to the list of featured speakers for the upcoming Democratic National Convention. The four day event formally kicks off on Monday, July 25, 2016 in Philadelphia with vice presidential nominee Kaine slated to speak in prime-time on Wednesday.
Hillary Clinton's run for the White House has gained the endorsement of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the organization's first official backing of a presidential candidate in its 38 years of existence.
On the night Donald Trump is slated to officially become the face of the Republican Party, top GOP lawmakers Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell are expected to take the Quicken Loans Arena stage on his behalf.
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