On a military base in New Jersey, 8,500 people who fled their country as it fell to the Taliban await the next step in their journey.

“This is anti-Black racism in our immigration policy. Period.”

There’s something special that happens when Daniel Buezo and Weleh Dennis get in a room together. Their bond, forged through the creation of their brand Kids of Immigrants in 2016, is revealed in the way each uses his chance to speak only to hype the other’s accomplishments.

Over the last two years, politicians, civic leaders and community activists across Los Angeles worried that Latinos would not be properly counted as part of the U.S. Census Bureau’s once-in-a-decade population survey.

Black, Indigenous, People of color (BIPOC) lives really do matter in the new data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Data to be released Thursday by the Census Bureau is likely to show the U.S. is diversifying at the fastest rate in the nation’s history, even as overall population growth slows to the most sluggish pace since the country’s founding.

As their populations swell nearly to prepandemic levels, U.S. immigration detention centers are reporting major surges in coronavirus infections among detainees. Public health officials, noting that few detainees are vaccinated against the virus, warn that the increasingly crowded facilities can be fertile ground for outbreaks.

Look up “immigrant” in different languages, and you’ll notice something interesting: The word sounds nearly the same in lots of tongues.

More than 7,400 Venezuelans were encountered by Border Patrol agents along the U.S.-Mexico border last month — more than all 14 years for which records exist.

On Thursday, Kelati boarded another flight to Eugene. This time, it was to compete Saturday at the U.S. Olympic trials.