The return of a “Chinese menace” ad shows that America’s not ready to face itself
It’s inflammatory, imprecise and, most of all, inaccurate. So why does everyone — from Chuck Schumer to Mitt Romney — use it?
The Supreme Court’s decision did little to clarify the patchwork of measures that have sprouted after years of federal inaction
Whether we agree with them or not, young blacks and Latinos are leading us into the future
The Republican strategist and Democratic pollster in their biweekly face-off about Election 2012
The author of TIME’s cover story discusses how the immigration issue continues to be divisive — and why it shouldn’t be
The road to citizenship can go on months — or decades
In this week’s cover story of TIME, José Antonio Vargas writes about the growing immigration rights movement and the ins and outs of the citizenship process. Vargas himself is an undocumented immigrant who revealed his status …