What Cantor's loss means for immigration reform and the political landscape
There's at least one way to fix the debt that both sides of the aisle can agree on.
11 million new Americans could mean the biggest microfinance boom we've ever seen.
The University of Toronto political theorist on the case for a path to citizenship, what we owe to refugees, and why a just world wouldn't have border controls at all.
The two core projects of Obama's second term are in tatters.
Across the country, immigration reform advocates are challenging GOP lawmakers to support a path to citizenship.
Bad news for immigration reform.
This chart shows the absurdity of our border militarization.
We’ve wasted a whole lot of money on immigration policy and are about to waste a whole lot more.
The former Heritage scholar seems to not understand what enraged people about his dissertation.
The Illinois Congressman explains why he thinks there's finally a House majority for pathway to citizenship.
Keep this number in mind: Only 38 of the House's 234 Republicans represent districts in which Latinos account for more than 20 percent of the population.
21 current senators voted on the 1986 immigration reform bill. Here's where they stood.
The House has three ways to pass immigration reform. Here they are.
The new line is that if the Senate immigration bill gets 70 votes the House won't be able to reject it. But, uh, why not?
U.C. San Diego economist Gordon Hanson on why we'll lose our fervor for border security as soon as the economy's back on track.
Immigrants take different jobs than native workers, and as a result, don't boost the unemployment rate.
A new study finds that immigrations has added $3.7 trillion to the value of housing stock.
Sen. Jeff Sessions says he's against immigration reform because he doesn't think it's good for the poor. But that's not why he opposes anything else.
Immigration probably hurts the wages of previous immigrants. But it probably helps native-born workers.