Rep. Bob Goodlatte has taken a tough stance, and now Hispanic activists have begun to speak out.
Violence in Kiev galvanized D.C. area activists to document unrest, lead prayer, lobby U.S. lawmakers
Immigrants seeking U.S. citizenship face longer applications and questions on terror, militia ties.
Young immigrants visit Capitol
to push Congress, Obama for
legal status and relief
Their optimism exceeds that of many other Americans, despite their low economic status.
Groups back off of requirement for ‘special path’ to citizenship.
U.S. director for the group says lack of focus on family unity, workplace abuses are among problems.
New Pentagon rules ease restrictions on Muslim, Sikh and other service members.
The attack changed everything for the entire international community in Kabul.
At least two Americans were among the victims of Friday’s commando-style assault on a popular restaurant. The Taliban claimed responsibility.
At least two Americans were among the victims of the commando-style raid on a popular restaurant.
Officials enlist influential Pakistanis, including Muslim scholars, to encourage vaccination.
The crisis has dashed confidence in Nawaz Sharif’s government, which has yet to offer much hope for relief.
Lawyers for the former Pakistani president say he is ill, but critics suspect that he is hiding from the law.
Former military chief Pervez Musharraf faces treason charges for suspending the constitution in 2007.
Pervez Musharraf, who faces treason charges, says his life would be at risk if he left his home.
On eve of trial that could result in the death penalty, Pervez Musharraf insists that he acted as a patriot.
Friends of Claudia Membreno Gomez in Alexandria get painful look into a nation plagued by poverty and crime.
Undocumented and abused, area immigrant women seek help amid both legal and emotional barriers.
Ellen Gruspe spends her days waiting for news from her homeland, which was devastated.
I mainly cover issues related to immigration policy, immigrant communities and international figures and issues that crop up in our local and regional midst. I also report from Afghanistan and Pakistan from time to time, since they are both countries where I have worked extensively in the past. I have worked as a foreign correspondent in Latin America and parts of Asia and the Middle East during my newspaper career, and have written several books about these regions.