For every Central American migrant who makes it to the U.S. border, countless others are stuck in the purgatory of Mexico City on the long journey north.
With the federal government paralyzed by partisan bickering over undocumented immigrants, states and cities are leading the way.
German-Americans raised on U.S. bases in soccer’s Fatherland have carried the team to the Round of 16. Can our Asian allies really produce the soccer stars of tomorrow?
Why do some immigrant soccer fans root for the United States, while others don’t?
Uruguay is building an army of talented expats -- and not just in soccer.
Happy talk isn't going to help Ukraine and Moldova deter Vladimir Putin.
Rules designed to thwart criminals also disrupt immigrants sending money home.
Could the mega-retailer take over the business of sending money home?
France has its own Tea Party -- and it's upending Europe’s socialist stronghold.
Vladimir Putin is justifying his grab for Crimea with the need to protect the "Russian-speaking population" in Ukraine. But why stop there?
What will happen when one million refugees have the right to return -- to the West Bank?
Why is Western Europe hysterical over a swarm of criminal, scrounging immigrants that doesn’t actually exist?
Sorry, but the real number of Arab Israelis isn't an existential threat to the Jewish state.
As nationalist fervor intensifies, Vladimir Putin's opponents face some tough choices.
It's Americans, not Mexicans, who are responsible for the rise of margaritas and moles north of the border.
The U.S. and India are headed for a trade war over immigration and protectionism. Can it be stopped before it's too late?
How anti-immigrant passions are shaping Russia's political scene.
After Republicans' election-year drubbing, the United States has an historic opportunity to fix its broken immigration system. And the arguments against reform simply don't hold up anymore.
How I became a one-man aid worker in the world's deadliest war zone.
The French actor's case is the exception that proves the rule: Citizenship still matters.
As winter clutches northern Syria, thousands displaced by the civil war take cold comfort in a temporary tent city.
For one journalist embarking on a seven-year journey to retrace the footsteps of early humans, the biggest obstacles are man-made.