The Barroso is one of Portugal’s most isolated areas, known for its rough terrain, abiding agricultural traditions and stunning beauty.
Undocumented women are risking their health by postponing prenatal care and giving birth at home in response to the Trump administration’s immigration enforcement policies.
It’s past time to start seeing voters the way they see themselves.
A succession of Trump policies reflected the administration’s spite and heartlessness.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that a public health emergency decree did not give the Trump administration authority to expel unaccompanied children before they could request asylum.
Rights groups warn that the charges set a worrying precedent and are part of a strategy by Greek authorities to deter migrants from attempting to travel to the country.
Simon Han’s “Nights When Nothing Happened” exposes the tedium and tension of life as a foreigner in America.
The Department of Homeland Security was molded in President Trump’s image, and not just on immigration policy. President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will have work to do to remake it.
On July 4, Australia’s second-largest city went into lockdown. But residents of nine public housing towers were singled out for even stricter treatment, leading many to suspect discrimination.
The past four years have seen a steep reduction in immigration. But the country is becoming ever more diverse.
Libertarians are pleased to have likely dodged the bullet of one-party government control.
President Trump will be handing Joseph R. Biden Jr. a difficult cleanup act in America’s relations with many countries. But it may not take much for Mr. Biden to improve the mood.
What will it mean if Trump is no longer president, and I’m no longer undocumented?
U.S. authorities improperly expelled Central American children in violation of international agreements. Families scrambled to learn how they had ended up back across the border.
“If Trump were running against a giraffe, I’d vote for the giraffe.”
The policy created a wealth test that would disqualify immigrants for green cards if they were deemed likely to use public benefits.
Buford Highway, in suburban Atlanta, has long been a place where immigrant entrepreneurs could build businesses and get ahead. Not this year.
Immigration was a defining issue for President Trump in 2016. It’s less dominant in 2020, and it is motivating his critics as well as his supporters.
After chafing against their isolation for so long, Australians these days are finding island life a privilege when pestilence lies beyond.
Children from Central America are being sent by the U.S. to Mexico, where they may have no family to retrieve them. An internal email said the transfers violated the government’s own policies.
Current and former Trump administration officials are worried about what might happen on Nov. 4.
His corrosiveness has caused friends to lose trust.
When it comes to forbidden love, a “romantic plan isn’t enough.”
Mr. Taylor, whose criticisms of President Trump in a New York Times Op-Ed article and subsequent book, roiled Washington and infuriated Mr. Trump, resigned from the administration last year and endorsed Joe Biden this summer.
We’d like to hear from you.
Two years after the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre, the oldest hatred is flourishing across the political spectrum.
The driver was shot in Laredo on Friday after he reversed his car into an agent and refused orders to stop, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Newer Cuban immigrants who previously had little engagement in American politics have started to identify as Trump Republicans. It could give the president a boost in a critical swing state.
Jorge Gonzalez Zuniga’s death after a brutal arrest prompted protests that are rare in a region where undocumented immigrants often prefer to stay silent.
The Trump administration wants to make it harder for foreign students, exchange visitors and journalists.
China calls them “violent criminals.” Asylum seekers from Hong Kong are the latest catalyst for deteriorating relations between Beijing and Western countries.
President Trump repeatedly hurled the phrase “They built the cages” at his debate opponent Thursday, but separating children from parents was a policy all his own.
A squalid tent camp on the border is the result of President Trump’s unprecedented limits on asylum. Some people have waited in filthy conditions for more than a year to obtain refuge in the United States.
The debate on Thursday night had long stretches of illuminating policy discussion on climate change, health care, the coronavirus, immigration and criminal and racial justice.
I lived at the same address throughout my American childhood, but neither of my Chinese-born parents could say exactly where they were from.
A new report shows hundreds of cases in which migrant children were taken from their families, and their parents, who were deported, cannot be located.
At least 12 people died as thousands crowded a soccer stadium. Many were seeking medical care in Pakistan, which recently eased its pandemic border restrictions.
Karla Cornejo Villavicencio, a National Book Award finalist for “The Undocumented Americans,” talks immigration, her unconventional approach to nonfiction and why impostor syndrome doesn’t faze her.
Lower courts had ruled that both policies — one requiring asylum seekers to stay in Mexico, the other diverting money for a border wall — were unlawful.
A federal appeals court had ruled that the policy violated federal and international law.
President Trump has reduced the flow of refugees into the country to a trickle, and even Iraqis and Afghans who risked their lives for American service members have been cut off.
The suspect, a Russian immigrant, was angered by a classroom display of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad and sought help identifying the teacher involved.
Objects saved and accumulated can be a balm for uncertain times.
A new administration policy, if upheld, would largely shift political power and federal money from Democratic states to Republican ones.
With the president’s re-election in doubt, cabinet departments are scrambling to finish dozens of new rules affecting millions of Americans.
U.S.-born children of immigrants or immigrant students raised in the United States accounted for nearly 60 percent of the growth in university enrollment since 2000.
Does that really excuse him for his role in the Trump administration’s family separation policy?
A surge in worldwide demand for low-cost laptops has created shipment delays and pitted desperate schools against one another.
A year after a dispute between New York City and the state, a memorial to the patron saint of immigrants is dedicated in Manhattan.
Israel has been slow to admit Ethiopians whose ancestors converted to Christianity, not seeing them as fully Jewish even if they practice Judaism.