More than 100 immigrant women from across the country are taking their plea personally to Pope Francis when he visits next week.
Leslie Hernandez's dream came true when Mexico asked her to box for her native country in the 2016 Olympics. The only problem was that she was living in the U.S. illegally.
President Obama's new immigration policy is letting thousands of immigrants seek legal status in the U.S., but many others don't qualify and are being left behind.
Six years after winning the Gold at the 2008 Olympics, champion wrestler Henry Cejudo is climbing into the octagon. His debut UFC fight is Dec. 13.
This year, nearly 50,000 children from Central America came to the U.S. Many were fleeing violence in their home countries.
Downtown Phoenix has become known for its murals depicting everything from political statements against the state’s past immigration law to key moments in Mexican history.
Wealthy Mexicans not happy with health care system at home flock north of the border for treatment.
Increased border security and state policies like Arizona's anti-immigration law have reversed Mexican immigration to the U.S.
The fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy in Nogales, Mexico, by the U.S. Border Patrol has prompted angry protests in Mexico.
Healthy Mexican cuisine may be common on the streets of Mexico, but it’s new to most Americans.