- Dec 5 201628 minutes
Trump’s Interests Vs. America’s, Taiwan Edition
The Trump Organization’s apparent interest in expanding to Taiwan adds to concerns over the president-elect’s phone call with the island's president.
- Jan 1 201710 minutes
'He Was The Nationalist Candidate'
The editor of First Things on Donald Trump and the limits of multi-cultural democracy
- Dec 19 20162 minutes
Germany’s Maternity Wards Are Booked
Immigrants are helping spur a badly needed baby boom | In developed countries, “there’s a dearth of millennials” giving birth
- Jan 17 201721 minutes
The Donald Trump Cabinet Tracker
How many nominees will the Senate confirm by the time the president-elect takes office on Friday?
- Nov 18 20168 minutes
How Donald Trump Courted White Americans To Victory
Blue-collar whites say Trump understands how to get the jobs back. We're about to find out if that's true.
- Dec 12 20161 minute
The View From The Vatican
Pope Francis will address the Global Forum on Dec. 3. The Archbishop of Washington talked to TIME’s Elizabeth Dias about the Holy Father’s vision for the global economy
- Nov 21 20162 minutes
Private Prisons Get A Boost From Trump
Investors anticipate a boom in immigrant detention centers | “We are getting them out ... or we are going to incarcerate”
- Dec 23 20166 minutes
A Silver Lining To A Possible Terror Attack
Rezai Karim was attacked in Roanoke, Virginia. He had work authorization under DACA, a program Donald Trump could end.
- Dec 22 20163 minutes
Wait—Utah Is The Fastest-Growing State?
Yep, thanks to its high birthrate and attractiveness to immigrants.
- Jun 13 20161 minute
The Next Frontier For Migrants Is An Even More Dangerous One
JUSTIN WORLAND ON MAY 25, AN ITALIAN NAVAL vessel approached a blue boat in the Mediterranean Sea. Crowding the deck were more than 500 passengers, each of whom had paid smugglers for passage from the northern coast of Africa to the southern coast o
- Nov 1 20161 minute
Canada’s Brain Gain Strategy
The U.S. should refashion its immigration laws to look like its northern neighbor’s.
- Dec 14 20165 minutes
Why Trump And The Tech Industry Are On A Collision Course
The president-elect and Silicon Valley leaders are foils, with contrasting values, interests, and visions for the future.
- Nov 28 20161 minute
A New Hard Line Would Affect Millions
The wall may be a fence in some places. And the ultimate fate of all of America’s undocumented immigrants is still not clear. But here are three Trump plans to look for in the first 100 days: 1 Deport millions Trump has scaled back his mass-deporta
- Nov 28 20162 minutes
Immigrants Prepare For Life After Obama
Trump has said he’ll cancel undocumented workers’ permits | “Take them out of the workforce, that’s a problem for business”
- Sep 26 20161 minute
Can the World Agree on a Plan to Help Refugees?
T.J. GLOBAL LEADERS WILL ATTEND TWO HIGH-PROFILE meetings Sept. 19–20 on the issues of migration and refugees. Summits hosted by the U.N. and U.S. President Barack Obama will attempt to forge a global response to the plight of the 65.3 million peopl
- Oct 7 20165 minutes
A Homeless World
With a huge chunk of mankind on the move, 193 countries have finally struck an agreement on migrants and refugees.
- Dec 21 201629 minutes
‘Better Is Good’: Obama On Reparations, Civil Rights, And The Art Of The Possible
The second in a series of interviews between Ta-Nehisi Coates and the president
- Nov 21 20164 minutes
As Trump goes to Washington, Democrats in Sacramento prepare for political war | “We’re going to do everything in our power to protect our people and our values”
- Sep 19 201611 minutes
Between the Devil And the Deep Blue Sea
SMUGGLERS ARE PUTTING REFUGEES ON RAFTS THAT HAVE VIRTUALLY NO CHANCE OF COMPLETING THE DANGEROUS MEDITERRANEAN CROSSING—TURNING EVERY RESCUE INTO A LIFE-OR-DEATH MISSION TO SAVE HUNDREDS OF MIGRANTS
- Dec 5 20165 minutes
What It’s Like To Be An Immigration Attorney In The Final Weeks Before The Trump Presidency
One lawyer says that she’s seen a tenfold increase in calls, emails, and inquiries to her firm since the election.
- Dec 19 201615 minutes
The Donald Trump Cabinet Tracker
A guide to the business tycoons, generals, and conservative politicians the president-elect has nominated to run his administration as they navigate the Senate confirmation process
- Dec 30 20164 minutes
Will Law Enforcement Support Trump's Immigration Plans?
The president-elect has pledged to deport millions of undocumented immigrants, but his proposals would require the cooperation of state and local authorities.
- Oct 24 20164 minutes
The 8,000-Mile Shortcut
THE SHORTEST ROUTE from Cuba to the U.S. is 90 miles. But that’s across the Florida Straits, and Liset Barrios gets nervous on a boat. So on May 13, she boards Copa Airlines Flight 295, setting off the long way around—the really long way. The journey
- Nov 14 20162 minutes
A Free Hand On Immigration
Since launching his presidential run a year and a half ago with a speech describing Mexican immigrants as rapists, Trump has made a bevy of promises about how he’d overhaul U.S. immigration policy.
- Dec 9 201610 minutes
More Americans Look To Congressional Democrats Than To Trump For Solutions
A new survey suggests many might prefer a kind of multipolar Washington, with three distinct orbits of power checking each other.
- Oct 1 20161 minute
A Voice for the Voiceless
JOAN CAPLIN MONICA MODI KHANT 43, ATLANTA BACKSTORY: Her parents emigrated from India. EDUCATION: BA from Rutgers, JD from New England School of Law. PROFESSION: Executive director, Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network. VISION: Provide legal
- Dec 7 20166 minutes
Despair And Hope In Trump’s America
Americans are optimistic about the communities they live in—but not their nation. Why?
- Jun 1 20164 minutes
Are Journalists Checking Their Privilege When Covering Refugees?
For all the connectivity enveloping the world, how well do humans really know one another? That question is at the heart of photographer TOBIAS ZIELONY’s project The Citizen. Exhibited at the 2015 Venice Biennale, the series captured the challenges t
- Oct 16 20162 minutes
A Family Caught in Immigration Limbo
WHEN BELSY GARCIA saw her mother’s number appear on her iPhone on the afternoon of June 15, she felt what she calls the “uncomfortable fluttering” sensation in her chest. She knew that daytime calls signaled an emergency. The worst one had come the p
- Oct 31 20162 minutes
Some Cities Want Their Immigrants to Vote
San Francisco considers opening up local elections to newcomers | “We had 40 states that used to allow” noncitizens to cast ballots