The key trick of Reihan Salam’s new book, Melting Pot or Civil War?, is that it neatly bridges the yawning partisan gap on immigration using issues that concern both sides. We can have social equality and solidarity, Salam argues, or we can have immigration; we cannot possibly have both.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar announced one billion dollars in grants Wednesday to help combat the opioid epidemic across the country, adding to major federal actions on opioids throughout the past week.
America’s growing population of men who do not work are also significantly disconnected from society, according to new research from Sen. Mike Lee’s Social Capital Project.
One cannot help but read Judicial Fortitude as a creature of its moment.
Released as it is in the midst of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Peter Wallison’s work is an unabashed call to arms for the new conservative judiciary. His analysis is far from novel—theorists have raised similar concerns for decades. But it comes as the conservative legal movement is about to clinch its greatest victory in 40 years: a Supreme Court majority.
Just under 29 million Americans lacked health insurance in 2017, according to data released Wednesday and Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
The median income for Americans hit its highest recorded level ever in 2017, according to new information released Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that there are more immigration court judges than ever, a number he intends to see even further increased by the end of the year.
After pressure from the White House and his base, Rep. Kevin Yoder (R., Kansas) no longer backs a House subcommittee plan to undo reforms to the asylum process implemented by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The Trump administration announced Thursday rules that would permit it to detain apprehended illegal immigrant children with their parents, reigniting the conflict over its zero-tolerance immigration policy.
Democrats have shifted ever-farther left on immigration, with a single-minded focus on amnesty, Rep. Lamar Smith (R., Texas) said during a Wednesday appearance.