The first in a multi-part series coordinated by the National Day Laborer Organizing Network highlighting the voices of the workers and day laborers on the frontlines of the immigration debate.
Ninety-nine years after Puerto Ricans were granted second-class citizenship, why should anyone be surprised that many of the rights of U.S. citizenship don’t apply in Puerto Rico?
If the rumors are true, Pres. Obama plans to nominate Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, a moderate Republican, to the Supreme Court. What’s behind the president’s pick?
In a Supreme Court hearing this week, the Puerto Rico government argued that it receives its authority from the people of Puerto Rico. But the Obama administration corrected it.
Decades after the Nationalist leader sacrificed his life for Puerto Rican independence, the island remains a colony of the United States.