Republicans continue to lose big among minorities and women. It has culminated in the nomination of a bigot and a misogynist for president of the United States.
In short, broad, integrated reform of the underlying legal immigration system, coupled with effective engagement of migrant sending states, would better address the challenges to which Trump's largely symbolic and wholly untenable policy proposals seek to respond.
Maybe this, together with all the dark talk of "rigged elections" from Trump will finally provide a dash of enthusiasm for Clinton, here at the homestretch -- it'd certainly be a fitting end to the most bizarre presidential campaign of everyone's lifetimes.
9News anchor Kyle Clark did an excellent job interviewing U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman Tuesday, and his Democratic challenger Morgan Carroll Monday, pressi...
Refugees around the world are looking at the United States to demonstrate leadership in the face of this global human rights crisis. As the U.S. moves closer to private sponsorship, the American people will have the chance to play a larger role in providing a safe haven to the persecuted across the globe.
By Adil Najam, Boston University If it were not for Bob Dylan - the singer, songwriter and now Nobel laureate - 2016 would hav...
Since the launch five weeks ago of the NALEO Educational Fund/Noticias Telemundo/Latino Decisions tracking poll, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has enjoyed a commanding lead among Latino voters.
The lack of debate over immigration does a disservice to our immigrant and Latino communities, and it overlooks the important role immigration reform plays in our nation's economic future.
In accord with my ongoing effort to reverse Gdansk's and Polish record of nationalism and to make our city more immigrant-friendly, the Council of Imm...
I read a book recently that does not mention the specific details of the 2016 election but reflects our current political and cultural environment very well. It's called "The End of White Christian America" by Robert P. Jones, CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute.
The desire to learn is quasi innate to humans. I have never met anybody with absolutely no curiosity for the world in which we live. Economic migrants are simply people looking for knowledge to access a better life and fulfill their potential as human beings. This human disposition for learning is why migration can be a resource.
He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into th...
The Boston marathon bombers lived near me. The younger one, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, used to party in a basement on my block. They went to my kids' high school. By all accounts, they were normal kids at the time. Dzhokhar was friends with several of my friends' kids.
In this season of our most recent "most important" presidential election, with political rhetoric at its height, I am reminded more than ever that for America to remain the land of opportunity, education must continue to pave a pathway to access the American dream.
Hillary Clinton wasn't as dominant against Donald Trump in comparison to the first debate, but her opponent with his unhinged responses that went all over the place convinced me that on the whole Mrs. Clinton won.
For a long time now, economists and academics have supported the idea that immigration generates undeniable economic benefit.