Judge Says Arpaio Racially Profiled Latinos
A federal court ordered the Arizona sheriff to stop targeting Hispanics.
Limits on Deportations for Pot
A Supreme Court decision today could affect hundreds of people each year.
8 Crimes That Made Minorities Cringe
Muslims aren't the first to worry about discrimination following disaster.
Did This Government Threaten Voters?
Documents suggest Venezuela Threatened Some of Its Voters
Drop 'Illegal' Petition Delivered to NYT
A petition containing 70K signatures was dropped off at the New York Times.
Imm. Bill Calls For Drone Border
Drones could soon be patrolling the United States border with Mexico
"I Gave My Boston Marathon Photos to FBI"
Ben Levine sent his pictures of the Boston Marathon explosion to the FBI.
When the Internet Tries to ID a Bomber
Did Reddit and 4chan find the Boston marathon bomber?
Carlos Arredondo Boston Bombing Hero
Arredondo, who lost his two sons years ago, saved lives in Boston bombings.
Using Tragedies to Help Others
From landmine victims to 9/11 survivors, people help others to heal.
Immigrants Paying Our Medicare Bills
A new study shows immigrants help support Medicare.
Santa Muerte: Not Just for Narcos Anymore
In Mexico City, a growing number of people devote themselves to the Death Saint.
Inmate Education Costs for Life After Prison
Few states offer inmates the opportunity to earn a college degree.
Menendez: Reform Doesn't Have Votes Yet
An author of the bill says more support is needed to pass.
16 and About to Release His 9th App
Michael Sayman is launching Hellow World, a social network for developers.
Watch: You Might be a Superhero - Here's How to Tell
Nightline Producer Mereditth Frost talks about Superheroes
Watch: Tearful Border Reunion for Immigrant Families
Tears of joy for three undocumented youth who got to hug their mothers for the first time in years.
Watch: Farmers and Workers Struggle with Broken Visa Program
Immigration reform bill could replace the visa program for seasonal workers entirely.