Many are asylum seekers but are being forced to wait in Mexico, where their lives may be at risk.
As Britain heads for an election, a Times reporter spent two weeks driving from London to Glasgow. He found a country united only by its disunity.
A Hidalgo County judge ruled that the privately built wall on the banks of the Rio Grande would pose “irreparable harm” to a nearby butterfly conservancy.
Yet, if you look again, you find a durable past that may just save us yet.
A video shows the boy in severe distress. He was discovered by his cellmate, not immigration officials, as they originally claimed.
Visa applicants must disclose their social media user names, a rule that grew out of Trump’s vow of “extreme vetting” of foreign visitors. A new lawsuit objects.
I had become a full professor and a best-selling author. Weeks later, Denmark charged me with violating my work and residence permit.
Newly uncovered documents show the consulting giant helped ICE find “detention savings opportunities” — including measures the agency’s staff sometimes viewed as too harsh on immigrants.
We should shut down these institutions, end the suffering they cause and redirect the money.
President Trump has focused on blocking unauthorized crossings on the Southern border. But nearly half of those who are in the country unlawfully actually entered with permission.
A construction worker who became a witness in a federal safety investigation into lapses at the New Orleans construction site was deported to his native Honduras.
Deregulation should be blamed for a fallen building — not the worker who sounded the alarm.
The operation, which was said to have run for more than a decade, has led to the arrest of 11 people on drug and money laundering charges.
What it’s like to watch a movie in which your greatest fears are played for giggles.
A judge in Portland, Ore., ordered the defendant to write about the hardships that immigrants face.
Lawyers on the right are advancing arguments they once rejected on principle.
I wanted to take the first flight to Tehran, but I am unable to travel to Iran.
The U.S. is at the beginning of a tidal wave of homes hitting the market on the scale of the housing bubble in the mid-2000s. What happens when so many homes post ‘For Sale’ signs around the same time?