Thousands of tech workers are being laid off. That’s putting H-1B visa holders on tight timelines to find new work.
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By consenting to Qatar's illiberal policies for residents and guests alike, FIFA has further besmirched its already tainted reputation.
Women In ICE Detention Center Subjected to 'Unnecessary' Gynecological Procedures, Investigation Finds
"This is an extraordinarily disturbing finding" that "represents a catastrophic failure by the Federal government to respect basic human rights."
'Arbitrary and Capricious': Judge Blocks U.S. From Expelling Migrants Under COVID-Era Title 42 Order
The judge granted the Biden administration a stay, which will keep the policy in place through late December.
City officials in Nederland, Texas, are kicking around the idea of limiting new massage parlors to industrial areas of town.
The Biden Administration has reportedly asked for Commissioner Magnus's resignation, but he has refused to go.
In Arizona's Senate Race, Blake Masters and Mark Kelly Battle Over Their Preferred Kinds of Big Government
Though the candidates have seemingly little in common, either one winning will harm the cause of individual liberty.
The panelists included Elizabeth Goitein (Brennan Center, NYU), Daniel Dew (Pacific Legal Foundation), and myself.
In a post-FOSTA world, Section 230 still protects websites from lawsuits over criminal sexual conduct by their users.
The anti-immigrant tenor of the state's GOP candidates is keeping reasonable conversations about border security out of reach.
Once again, policies billed as helping people coerced into prostitution wind up harming those that cops say they're trying to help.
Thousands of people from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka have died while working on enormous infrastructure projects in the lead-up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
U.S. citizens traveling through legal ports of entry—not undocumented immigrants—are primarily to blame for fentanyl inflows.
A Texas sheriff has certified that the migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard were the victims of a crime, which helps clear the way for them to apply for U visas.
From immigration to drug reform, there is plenty of potential for productive compromise.
If you aren't a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you're out of luck.
National Constitution Center Project Offers Constitutional Amendment Proposals with Broad Cross-Ideological Support
The proposals were agreed on by members of the conservative, libertarian, and progressive teams participating in the NCC's earlier constitution drafting project.
Uniting for Ukraine, a program providing private support to displaced Ukrainians, has proved more effective than the government's own resettlement efforts.
Migrant Kids in Biden Administration's Tent Camp Faced Distress and Panic Attacks Because of Dysfunction
An inspector general report found poor staff training led to children languishing for weeks in an emergency tent shelter inside an Army base in Texas last year.
Who cares if it’s legal if it generates politically advantageous outrage and attention?
Several countries are rejecting Russians fleeing forced military service. But offering them refuge would help protect dissidents and deprive Putin of critical manpower.
Some states that do not border Mexico have sought to play a role in immigration policy.
A comment by Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas highlights a longstanding pernicious fallacy.
GOP governors' ploy highlights the value of giving states the power to issue their own migration visas. It can simultaneously ease labor shortages, reduce disorder at the border, enable more migrants to escape poverty and oppression, and help restore the original meaning of the Constitution.
Former Backpage executives could now face trial again in 2023, after the government's first attempt resulted in a mistrial.
Democrats pander to immigrants but do little to liberalize the system. Meanwhile, Republicans' hostility to immigrants has increased.
Vladimir Putin's Partial Mobilization Order Strengthens the Case for Opening Western Doors to Russians Fleeing His Regime
It should also lead Western nations to grant asylum to Russian soldiers who surrender or desert, and those who evade the military draft.
A new PBS series underscores the long, deadly shadow cast by xenophobia, antisemitism, and restrictive immigration laws.
Texas Sheriff Opens Criminal Investigation Into Migrants 'Lured Under False Pretenses' to Martha's Vineyard
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Spending Down $12 Million in Pandemic Relief Money on an Immigration Stunt Isn't 'Responsible Fiscal Policy'
Ron DeSantis paid for the Martha's Vineyard migrant flights through interest earned on American Rescue Plan money, which he's said was designed "to bail out the poorly governed states.”
The governor flew dozens of Venezuelans to Martha's Vineyard at taxpayer expense, even though they fled a regime he says "is responsible for countless atrocities."
Between the books and the new TV series, we see two different visions of freedom.
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The case is now on appeal after a lower court said the ban on websites promoting prostitution didn't concern protected speech.