Hillary Clinton has seized a commanding 12 point lead over Donald Trump in the latest national, general election poll taken by Reuters/Ipsos, her strongest showing in the regularly conducted survey over the last several weeks.
According to recent polls making the rounds in terms of President Obama's approval ratings, the marks are up considerably and this is especially true among such constituent groups as Latinos, women, voters under age 30, and those who identify themselves as Independents.
Trump reiterated his anti-immigration policy in an interview with Fox News Monday morning, saying he wants a "fair but firm" solution. Days earlier, attendees at Trump's Hispanic Advisory Council meeting said he looking for a way to legalize undocumented immigrants already living in the U.S.
In one of his first general election TV ads to hit the airwaves, Donald Trump paints the issue of immigration as a problem that has grown so out of control only someone as hard on the issue as himself can fix it
Hillary Clinton has gained her strongest Electoral College map edge yet over Donald Trump, converting the states of New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Virginia over to the Democratic side.
The legendary Don Cheto, host of a hugely popular Spanish morning radio show in the United States recently invited Hillary Clinton's vice presidential running mate Tim Kaine to participate in a live, on-air interview to discuss issues of the utmost importance to Latino voters in regards to Clinton campaign plans.
A speech meant to outline Donald Trump's national security and anti-terrorism plans may have alienated undecided voters. Aside from proposing an "extreme vetting" process for undocumented immigrants, Trump also said he would ban entry for anyone associated with a terrorist country.
Hillary Clinton's campaign launched this week a new initiative to woo Latino voters by teaming with DREAMers to drive voter registration within these young immigrants' communities.
John Oliver used his "Last Week Tonight" stage to again assail republican presidential candidate Donald Trump over what he sees as all his latest eye-popping actions.
Hillary Clinton has maneuvered her way to a commanding lead over Donald Trump in electoral votes, with a new ABC News poll finding she has secured more than enough support to emerge as President Obama's successor.
Immigration reform has become on of the most highly visible talking points for the upcoming presidential election, but that debate focuses on future political policies as promised by our current candidates. In the meantime, the current administration has taken action in the 11th hour to make good on President Obama's long-held vows to assist immigrants seeking safety from persecution in their Central American homelands.
A group of 13 states are expected in court on Friday to petition a federal court judge to block President Obama's plan to allow transgender students to use public bathrooms based on their gender identity.
Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump among Hispanic voters has nearly doubled over the last three months and she now leads her Republican challenger by a staggering 48 points among that demographic.
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