New research shows what happens in the minds of white Americans when they see demographic change—the results were mixed.
Proposed changes by the Trump administration that discourage immigrants from using public services come just ahead of flu season, according to epidemiologists.
White Americans hold many negative stereotypes about undocumented workers.
Hundreds of family asylum seekers were released in Arizona this week without shelter, overwhelming churches and non-profits as communities scrambled to accommodate them.
The rule will impede family-based immigration, but its perceived effects are already widespread—and perhaps even more dangerous.
The administration's mass deportations and refusal to take in escapees from disaster may be fueling organized crime in Tijuana and other border towns.
The case—Brett Kavanaugh's first as a Supreme Court justice—deals with mandatory detention laws to keep immigrants in prisons during trials, even if they aren't a public danger or flight risk.
A new report from The Hamilton Project refutes claims that immigrants are ruining native-born Americans' job prospects and driving up crime rates.
On the verge of a Kavanaugh confirmation, immigrant rights advocates doubt the courts will continue to uphold protections against what one judge this week called racist policymaking.
Unprepared for the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy, overwhelmed border officials illegally detained children in unfit facilities, among other failures.
A court decision in favor of an Orange County city seeking to exempt itself from the California Values Act likely marks the escalation of a protracted legal standoff.
Fear of repercussions is keeping immigrant families from using public benefit programs like the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.
The Department of Justice urged a federal appeals court to overturn a judge's order blocking officials from restricting abortion access for minors in immigrant detention.
Working toward a shared goal can help bond ethnic cultures together.
A redacted memo released on Tuesday outlines the administration's "zero-tolerance" policy, which ensured that every adult apprehended crossing the border would be detained and prosecuted.
An immigration law expert explains why a proposed "public charge" rule is fostering an environment of fear.
With Jeff Sessions reportedly pressuring judges to deport immigrants, diocese across the country are gathering fee money for the legal representation that many undocumented people lack.
Despite its numerous failures in keeping the children it's housing safe, an Arizona facility may keep its federal funding due to a lack of other options.
The Trump administration wants to keep out immigrants who burden the American taxpayer. How big is that burden really?
The government is reportedly sending undocumented immigrants court summonses with false dates that rights defenders say are designed to skirt a recent Supreme Court ruling.
High-ranking officials said on Tuesday that they did not feel qualified to speak on the growing mountain of warnings that detention could be permanently harming children.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Monday that the U.S. will accept only 30,000 refugees in 2019.
A new policy allowing Immigration Services employees to summarily dismiss green card applications has raised concerns among immigration lawyers and large corporations.