Editor in Chief Susan Goldberg publishes a letter in the legendary magazine titled "For Decades, Our Coverage Was Racist. To Rise Above Our Past, We Must Acknowledge It."
Although the U.S. has no formal policy on the issue, administration officials have said they separate parents and children to deter others from trying to illegally enter the U.S.
The move is the most aggressive one yet in the federal push to force so-called sanctuary cities and states to cooperate with immigration authorities.
Gonzalo Curiel, whose Mexican heritage was hostilely pointed out by the candidate, removes what could have been a major obstacle to a U.S.-Mexico wall.
A three-day sweep across a large area comes after Oakland's mayor sounded an alert about the impending raids.
Fifty years after a landmark report on the topic, a new study blames policymakers and elected officials for deepening poverty and inequality that in some parts of the country have gotten even worse.
A new book argues that the memorialization of the movement becomes "a veil to obscure enduring racial inequality, a tool to chastise contemporary protest, and a shield to charges of indifference and inaction."