A woman in Reno wants to instill an entrepreneurial mindset in girls.
Partly in response to the presence of Tesla and Apple, the city is building lots of high-end apartments, but little in the way of affordable housing.
Authorities in Reno are finding it increasingly difficult to identify victims and perpetrators of sex trafficking.
Researchers often struggle with language barriers and low response rates among these voters.
With Tesla and Switch moving to town, the city unveils its tech ambitions.
An 18-hour drive around the state exemplifies the slow progress and remaining challenges this fast-growing group faces in running for office.
Grimm and Groot land in New York City’s Lower East Side and find new cultural and linguistic roots.
On Main Street in Columbus Junction, Iowa, newcomers have revitalized downtown with their blend of tradition and American culture.
Accusing leading presidential contenders of judging without knowing the realities of life as a Latino in his Iowa town, Jose Espinoza, 17, challenges them to visit.
The number of people living in the U.S. illegally has fallen to its lowest level in a decade, a new study finds, despite the campaign-trail rhetoric to the contrary.
Recent immigration raids resonate painfully for workers who were at a meatpacking plant when agents swept through in 2006.
Campaigns won’t spend real resources on Latinos in Iowa until they show up to caucus. But they won’t caucus until campaigns reach out to them.
The latest Pew study predicts the largest and youngest bloc of eligible Latino voters ever, but persistent low voter turnout may detract from this historic achievement.
This national group draws attention to women and children in poverty with their stories.
We look at how the youngest among us are carrying on the Civil Rights icon’s legacy.
A new study from Duke University offers recommendations for enforcement agencies, residents, and others on how to reduce racial profiling and decrease mistrust of officers.
Conventional wisdom says busy educated women have fewer kids. Two economists say that’s not the case anymore.
HIllary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Martin O’Malley spoke frankly on race, the state of criminal justice, and immigration in an event geared to voters of color three weeks ahead of the Iowa caucuses.
His “shoulder-to-shoulder” campaign with the far-right congressman may give Cruz the edge among small-town voters.
How a teacher in the Salinas Valley in California imparts wisdom to his students
A review of H-1B reform finds a series of incomplete plans to repair the busted system.