Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): Los Angeles Times: When Trump says he wants to deport criminals, he means something starkly different than Obama By Brian Bennett Politico: Morning Shift: Trump’s Immigration Crackdown By Marianne Levine and Ted Hesson USA Today: After 11 years, Sen. Jeff Sessions may finally get his wall on… Continue »

Donald Trump campaign CEO Steve Bannon — “the main driver behind Breitbart becoming a white ethno-nationalist propaganda mill” — was named chief strategist and senior counselor to the President-elect. Under Bannon’s leadership, “Breitbart’s publishing strategy turned to one that has made it the media arm of the racist Alternative-Right movement, publishing articles promoting popular white… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): Reuters: U.S. Latino voters flex, but fail to topple Trump By Luciana Lopez Boston Globe:Latino surge for Hillary Clinton fails to materialize, according to exit polls By Victoria McGrane NBC: Trump Win Leaves Questions About Latino, African American Vote By Stephen Nuno Huffington Post: Latinos Can’t Stand… Continue »

Less than 24 hours before Election Day, one of the dominant post-election storylines has already emerged: Latino voters are surging, poised to vote in historic numbers against Donald Trump in large part due to immigration issues, and are set to be decisive in key states throughout the country: Jonathan Martin in the New York Times: “Hillary Clinton… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): The Hill: Latino groups announce ‘Day of the Dead’ early voting campaign By Rafael Bernal Washington Post: Tim Kaine plans to deliver campaign speech in Arizona entirely in Spanish By John Wagner Washington Post: Donald Trump warns that 650 million immigrants could come to the U.S. in… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): My Palm Beach Post (Florida): Monday debate may be crucial to Murphy, Democrat hopes for U.S. Senate By John Kennedy Univision (Op-ed): Dear Venezuelans in the United States: Marco Rubio is not your friend By Juan Escalante New York Times: For Paul Ryan, a Long, Labored Path… Continue »

The disturbing and tragic news that a seven-year-old US citizen child was beat up on a schoolbus for being Muslim is just the latest episode of harassment and attacks his family has endured, according to a new report from the Huffington Post. First-grader Abdul was beat up by five classmates on their way to school… Continue »

Despite Donald Trump’s slump in the polls, the virulent rippling effects of his hateful opinions have continued to incite a wave of verbal and physical violence across the nation. Over the course of Trump’s campaign, America’s Voice has tracked these occurrences through the “Trump Hate Map,” a cartogram that has been continually updated – unfortunately… Continue »

Since the launch of his Presidential campaign, Donald Trump’s violent rhetoric has become an inspiration for unapologetic racists. We launched the “Trump Hate Map” as a result of this disturbing trend of physical and verbal violence, with one of the first entries that of the brutal assault of a homeless Latino man at the hands… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): NBC: Latino Vote is ‘Front and Center’ in Colorado By Suzanne Gamboa Cleveland News 19 at 11 PM (Ohio): Second Presidential Debate Del Río News (Op-ed): We Are More Than a ‘Thing’: We Are A Vote By David Torres Politico: Pew survey: 58 percent of Latino voters… Continue »