The COVID-19 pandemic puts undocument immigrants at risk in a range of ways, including work, access to health care, and fear of deportation.
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Check out this video to learn the history of bagels, including why one expert says no one's had a real New York bagel since 1967.
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Prior exposure to DDT pollution may explain the higher rate of diabetes among immigrants to the United States from India, say researchers.
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You might have seen claims that climate change is driving migration out of Central America. Climate researchers urge caution about that narrative.
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"...it will take more than good will to finish the unfinished business of the civil rights era. It will take activism and mobilization just as it did in the past."
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A lost child in 1928 Massena, NY sparked the United States' only known blood libel. A new history of the event connects the dots to anti-Semitism today.
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When an American president declares a national emergency, what does it mean for the country? A presidential powers scholar brings you up to speed.
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The Secure Fence Act of 2006, which built a partial wall at the US-Mexico border, cost American workers and did little to reduce migration.
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