Border Patrol Can Stop Most Americans in Their Own Neighborhoods. Presidential Candidate Julián Castro Wants to Change That.
For Border Patrol, the border encompasses a 100-mile zone that stretches inwards from Mexico, Canada, and every coast.
What Will Trump's Immigration Proposal Mean for Undocumented Immigrants?
While the president's proposed path to legalization will give 1.8 million people a chance at citizenship, many will still be left out.
Undocumented Doctoral Candidates Dream of Immigration Reform
As the Trump administration looks to deal with democrats on immigration, DACA students at Loyola University are fighting against legislation that would harm friends and family.
A Final Nail in the Coffin for Family Detention Centers?
Last week, a federal judge ruled that family-unit detention centers violate immigrant children's rights. The Department of Homeland Security has 90 days to reform the detention centers or release detainees.
The New Heartland: 'We’re Like the India of the United States'
A young progressive and activist reflects on life in Bakersfield, California.
Why We Keep Failing to Pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Startling new research suggests that conservative opposition to immigration reform may have nothing to do with what’s presented in any legislative bill, but rather how small differences in the way we think about multiculturalism can alter broad attitudes.
'Reasonable Suspicion' That Race Matters in the Immigration Debate
In the furor over immigration reform in the U.S., many taking a tougher line cite the law, not the evident ethnicity of the immigrants, for their stance. But that ethnicity matters, new research suggests.
Hey GOP: Mexican Immigrants Aren’t Necessarily Democrats
New research suggests Mexican immigrants in the U.S. are all over the political spectrum—and those on the right are more likely to vote.