A new study has found that there is no group more opposed to admitting refugees into the United States than white evangelicals.
On the same night that Georgia Democrats overwhelmingly voted for Stacey Abrams to become the first black woman to be a major party nominee for governor in the United States, Georgia Republicans were sending a xenophobic, gun-obsessed gubernatorial candidate to a runoff vote. No, not the one with a “deportation bus”…
The overwhelming majority of people who made their way to the United States on the so-called “refugee caravan” passed a crucial test which helps determine whether they have a credible case for asylum, according to some of the nation’s top immigration officials.
A sinkhole that some on the internet have referred to as a “hellmouth” has developed in front the White House and is reportedly “growing larger by the day.”
Podiatrist-turned-Republican congressman Brad Wenstrup went on Fox News on Tuesday morning to say that the “types of things” the FBI did to Martin Luther King Jr. were wrong—just like the things the FBI is doing to President Donald Trump.
The White House on Monday took its dehumanizing campaign to brand MS-13 gang members as “animals” to a new level.
New Facebook policies currently being implemented for political ads have resulted in most of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. being banned from buying political and issue-based ads—including ones for topics like immigration.
The decision to end a vital humanitarian program for Haitians is quickly unraveling into a nightmare for the Trump administration. There’s now a steadily increasing amount of evidence that shows how politicized the decision appears to have been.
Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams is trailing badly in the polls. Perhaps that’s why he has now unveiled a “deportation bus” that he plans to drive around the state as a way to drum up attention for himself.
When you think of detention, you might get the sense that it’s something temporary, like after-school detention. But when it comes to immigration, the word “detention” can mean being locked up for eight years.
The number of registered Republicans in California has plunged to levels so low that it’s almost even with the number of people declaring “no party preference.”
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly made some of his most racist public comments on immigration in an interview that aired Friday, telling NPR that people coming to the U.S. through the southern border are uneducated, “don’t have skills,” and have trouble assimilating “into our modern society.”
The reliably obscene trend of black people having the police called on them for no reason at all has been getting quite a workout over the past few days.
Armed immigration agents on Tuesday forced their way into a San Diego home after prying the door open with a crowbar.
Two women were arrested on Tuesday after one of them threw what she said were her niece’s ashes at Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck as part of a protest.
It took 35 days and 2,434 miles across Mexico until the most vulnerable migrants on the refugee caravan were able to seek asylum in the United States.
This week in Attorney General Jeff Sessions fighting for racism in America: a plan to separate more brown mothers from their children.
A public school in California is at the center of a heated national controversy after artists painted a mural on campus that depicts an Aztec warrior carrying President Donald Trump’s severed head.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was forced to host a Cinco De Mayo celebration at the White House on Friday. Her boss, sadly, could not make it, because he was too busy giving a speech to gun nuts.
The Trump administration announced Friday that it is removing protections that allow tens of thousands of Hondurans to legally reside in America—thus opening them up to possible deportation.