On the occasion of the two-year anniversary of Trump’s Muslim visa ban and Holocaust Remembrance Day, it's worth reviewing some U.S. history.
"Patriot Act" host Hasan Minhaj explains the different branches of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and tries to make sense of Stephen Miller, the mastermind behind the administration's immigration policies.
The president has asserted the same powers he used to push through a version of the travel ban that was upheld by the Supreme Court.
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.
A new poll suggests that among Democratic voters, the most civically engaged are the least religious.
Demonstrations organized by non-immigrant protesters are reminiscent of the immense anti-war protests that took place during the George W. Bush presidency.
The highest court in the U.S. delivers a tsunami of decisions, most of which leave no doubt about its fiercely right-wing orientation.
At least six other times in the past, people were excluded from America on the basis of race or religion. The Roberts Supreme Court has just legitimized the seventh.
The 5-4 decision, a major victory for Trump on one of his central issues, finds the U.S. president has substantial power to regulate immigration. A dissenting justice says the outcome is a historic mistake.