The Associated Press suggests that 56,800 people have died during migration since 2014.
Attorneys for a man convicted in a 2016 anti-Muslim hate crime asked a federal judge to consider President Donald Trump’s inflammatory campaign rhetoric as a “backdrop” to the case prior to…
Many families of those who disappeared have yet to receive closure and are “forced to live in limbo, not knowing the fate of their loved ones.”
“Don’t shoot me. I won’t shoot you. Whites don’t shoot whites.”
Yasuda originally went missing in 2015 after entering Syria from Turkey to report on Syria’s civil war. He was reportedly held by the al-Qaeda-linked militant group Hayat Tahrir al-Sham.
'Social media is hugely important at every stage of the migration journey'
While we might expect technology to remain immune to innate human biases, the reality is far more complicated.
Following Trump's election to the White House in 2016, America’s global image significantly suffered. Now, almost two years later, not much has changed.
Following a series of moves by the Trump Administration that some believe favor Israel over Palestine, experts are forecasting that in the coming months, Israel may be asked for something in…
Immigration judges in the US are under more pressure than ever before to handle a backlog of more than 750,000 impending immigration cases.
Nike stock values initially tumbled by approximately 3 percent in the days following the Colin Kaepernick ad announcement, brand exposure from media coverage has since been valued at $163.5…
Throughout the past year, a climate of hatred and hostility towards journalists in the United States has become significantly worse.
After days of heavy fighting in Tripoli that endangered the lives of thousands of Libyan citizens, the U.N. mission in Libya announced that a ceasefire agreement was reached.