The Smiths may not be the ones to bring together the world’s news consumers. But should anyone?
Twelve can't-go-wrong books I recommend for your last-minute presents... or just for yourself.
The Trump administration upended immigration law and processes. Its legacy is a complex web to untangle, says Susan Cohen.
Joe Biden campaigned on massive immigration reform. Here's what he's inherited, what he's already changed... and what he still hasn't.
You’re probably wrong about refugees
Busting some common myths and assumptions about asylum-seekers and Channel crossings
Arriving without a visa to claim asylum is legal, there is no queue to jump and there is no such thing as the "first safe country" rule.
Immigration isn't a one-way ticket. For many, the homeland calls back.
Climate change and demographics are setting the stage for a massive reshuffling of the human population, argues Parag Khanna.