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Legal work-related immigration has fallen by a third since 2020, contributing...

Jose Ivan Rodriguez-Sanchez, Rice University With Americans having fewer children and the nation’s labor force getting older, many employers...

Utah’s Pioneer Day celebrates Mormons’ trek west – but there’s a...

Jeffrey Turner, University of Utah Each July 24, the state of Utah celebrates “Pioneer Day.” There are parades, rodeos,...

How Indian American spelling bee dominance may fuel educational inequities

Pawan Dhingra, Amherst College Harini Logan, a cheerful 14-year-old from San Antonio, Texas, made history on June 2, 2022....

More migrants are dying along the US-Mexico border, but it’s hard...

Courtney Riggle-van Schagen, George Washington University and Elizabeth Vaquera, George Washington University At least 650 migrants died crossing the...

More education for Mexican Americans may mean less diabetes

Lindsay Fernández-Rhodes, Penn State The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The...

This is what happens to child migrants found alone at the...

Randi Mandelbaum, Rutgers University A record number of child migrants have arrived alone at the United States’ southern border...

The situation at the US-Mexico border is a crisis – but...

Randi Mandelbaum, Rutgers University The media create the impression that there is an unprecedented crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border,...

Migrant caravans restart as pandemic deepens the humanitarian crisis at the...

Katrina Burgess, Tufts University Members of a U.S.-bound migrant caravan from Honduras have been detained in Guatemala and deported before they could reach Mexico. Though...

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