The U.S. has barred people based on race longer than any other country in the western hemisphere. A new book co-authored by a UC San Diego researcher looks at the history of democracy and racist immigration policy in the Americas.
David Maung's photography exhibit, Luz Tenue, is an intimate portrait of the life of homeless deportees in Tijuana and Mexicali.
The law, which took effect in January, directs law enforcement agencies to more quickly release arrested immigrants without serious criminal records rather than hold them so federal officials can deport them.
A Mexican woman who has become a symbol for reuniting families separated by American immigration policy got another chance at legal U.S. status after being released in San Diego.
The Texas Farm Bureau is asking Congress to “get ‘er done” with action on immigration reform to help farmers compete.