Host Maria Hinojosa has a dream that immigration reform passed in Congress. We hear jubilation in the streets and reactions from notable immigration pundits.
No Latino household is complete without the telenovela or Spanish-language soap opera playing in the background. Here's our take on melodrama: the trials and tribulations of a rich Texan heiress.
NPR spoofcast: Newscaster Satireus Temple-Arcton announces that in reaction to anti-gay laws, LGBTQ people declare the independence of the new Queergyztan. Camilo Vargas gets reactions from New York.
Our first ever fiction edition kicks off with the story of Tonatiu Robles-Biru, founder of the Motherland of Latinia. Poet and playwright Quique Aviles narrates.
Mozilla CEO resignation raises free-speech issues
Pink eye outbreak shuts schools in American Samoa
No clear security fixes for Fort Hood violence
'Jesus Christ Superstar' to tour North America
NC judge denies Duke motion to seal coal ash docs
Thanks in large part to hydraulic fracturing, the U.S. finds itself awash in domestic energy — and moving rapidly toward self-sufficiency and a position of strategic and economic strength.
GOP Immigration backers see service path to status
Investigator gave nuke force positive 2013 review
3 suspended amid Missouri school rape allegations
The secretary of state says it's time both Israel and the Palestinians need to "spend some time thinking about making some very difficult decisions."
Braun booed in first road game since suspension
Judge strikes down part of Ohio gay marriage law
Rep. Jim Moran argues that members of Congress are underpaid. His claim has been greeted with derision, but there's evidence the cost of living in D.C. makes it tough for members of modest means.