Perhaps the most remarkable stories from the 2018 midterm elections belong to the two Muslim women elected to the House of Representatives.
As the facts of the anti-Semitic attack at a Pittsburgh synagogue unfold, one of shooter Robert Bowers’ motives has come to the forefront.
Ethnic cleansing against a minority group was helped by social media.
The Islamophobia that Donald Trump has made his own arose in the decade after the collapse of the Soviet Union, once the boogeyman of Communism was removed from the quiver of the American right.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announces that the Trump administration will cap refugee admissions at 30,000 in 2019, down from 45,000 in 2018 and from 85,000 in fiscal 2016.
A party with roots in a neo-Nazi movement finishes third in Sunday's vote, reflecting how deeply a nation famous for its progressive policies is being transformed by migration.
This year, 1,095 people have died crossing the Mediterranean from Libya—one death for every 18 arrivals. In June alone, the proportion hit one death for every seven arrivals.
At least 6,385 civilians have been killed and 10,000 injured since the war began.
Nothing Donald Trump does should distract journalists from staying focused on the plight of families the U.S. has separated for the crime of being poor and nonwhite.
Cities from California to Virginia are terminating agreements with ICE, despite the loss of substantial revenues.