Martin fled Cameroon when security forces imprisoned his father and started regularly raiding Anglophone villages. The U.S. government might send him back.
Without the fanfare of a bill signing or a Supreme Court decision, the first state without an abortion clinic is in sight.
Douglas Domenech's communications with his former employer, the Koch-backed Texas Public Policy Foundation, are more extensive than previously known.
Pharmaceutical companies exploited a regulatory loophole that allowed for a decades-long boom in licit opioid production fueled by Tasmanian-grown poppies. Here's what the island can tell us about the next wave of the crisis.
Under the Trump administration, some gay bars have found themselves wrestling anew with anti-queer prejudice.
After North Carolina passed strict voter ID laws, trans activists in the state successfully advocated to reduce the DMV requirements for changing gender on an ID.
The international idea of who counts as a refugee is over half a century old. But today the lines between "refugee," "migrant," and "illegal border crosser" have all begun to blur.
Far from the border, Chicago's Immigration Court reveals the failings of the nation's asylum system.
An excerpt from Robert Macfarlane's new book Underland.
Panchito Olachea crossed the border into the U.S. at 16, and was deported at 48. He's now building a community of deportees who, like him, won't try to cross back.
Perry Dino is capturing Hong Kong's demonstrations against the mainland in a series of unique and powerful paintings.
Hundreds of Marines lost their lives in Helmand before troop withdrawal. Christopher Jones returned to see what those lives had been lost to achieve.
Countries riven by inequality and xenophobia won't be resilient to climate change—which means that the fight against nationalism and the fight against global warming are actually one and the same.
Instead of releasing detainees, ICE is sending immigrants to remote, privately run facilities far from their lawyers and families.
A dispatch from the ongoing war on America’s public lands.
From the beginning, the Central Valley's productivity was a result of the most intensive farming experiment the world had ever seen. And now, farmers are pushing even harder against biological realities. An excerpt from Mark Arax's critically acclaimed new book, "The Dreamt Land."