"I am sorry, truly sorry, my comments were offensive to many," Brokaw posted on Twitter.
Aaron Schlossberg is a New York-based attorney, and it turns out he has a lot of problems and they're all well documented.
The man caught on video lashing out at people for speaking Spanish has been identified as attorney Aaron Schlossberg. Twitter users made the identification, and it is being widely reported that he is the man.
The good news is that a GoFundMe account has been set up to send a Mariachi band to Schlossberg's Manhattan office. According to the fundraiser, "Any leftover money will be used to send a delicious Taco Truck lunch to the staff and a copy of all federal and state statute mentioning undocumented immigrants do not qualify for welfare."
Unexpectedly, Latino voters in Florida, a critical state to win the election, favored Trump in a greater margin than in other states.
"When racial prejudice infects a jury's decision whether to convict, the integrity of the criminal justice system is brought into direct question."
Latinos are the fastest growing group of eligible voters. NALEO Educational Fund is helping this group take action in the upcoming election.
According to Pew Research Center, the United States electorate for the 2016 election will be the most diverse ever, comprised of 31 percent eligible minority voters. The primary driving force in this number, up from 29 percent in 2012, is the 17 percent increase in eligible Latino voters.
Calls U.S.-born judge "Mexican" and a "hater" and Trump spokesperson says judge is "connected" to "criminal rallies."
During a campaign rally in San Diego on Friday, Trump personally attacked the federal judge overseeing the case in which he's accused of defrauding students through his failed Trump University venture, calling the judge "a hater" and a "very hostile" person who had "railroaded" him — then adding a jab that the judge is Mexican.
Fans mock boneheaded Golden Globes tweet.
During GOP debate Trump touted President Eisenhower's methods to deport undocumented immigrants "way south."
During Tuesday night's Republican presidential debate, front-runner Donald Trump explained how his mass deportation proposal is not unprecedented and actually feasible, referencing a program by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in the 1950s that Trump said was effective in deporting more than 1 million people to Mexico and points south.
The University of Louisville issued an apology following university President James Ramsey's offensive Hispanic Halloween costumes.
Driving while Hispanic is a good enough reason to be pulled over, according to the prosecutor.
Trump's Dallas arena event audience gives Trump a standing ovation for his anti-immigration views.
While Donald Trump was receiving cheers and vigorous applause for his comments on illegal immigration from a crowd of more than 15,000 inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas Monday night, nearly 2,000 Latinos had marched and gathered outside the arena to protest the GOP frontrunner for those very comments.
The head of security for Accenture's Federal Services
Ernie, who started the security operation in Washington, D.C., for Accenture's federal operations when he joined the company in 1998, is also the executive sponsor of the Washington chapters of the company's LGBT and Hispanic employee-resource groups.