They are irritated, however. “It was annoying to wake up in the morning and see that before he went to take his morning piss, he already had written a Twitter against Mexico,” says one state secretary of economic development and labor. “What’s the fixation?”
President Donald Trump's proposed immigration ban has left many musicians with a lot of uncertainty. To that point, The World is part of a very cool project — a new showcase at the upcoming SXSW festival highlighting artists from some of the banned countries.
Tahrir Square revolutionaries compare Donald Trump to Egypt’s jailed President Mohammed Morsi, a Muslim Brotherhood leader who decreed himself unlimited powers and was toppled by the military a year into his term.
The bathroom stall is once again a battleground now that Donald Trump rescinded the Obama administration's protections for transgender students. We're wondering how President Trump squares this move with Title IX.
Driven by sales in the Middle East and Asia, Trump could propel sales even higher. US sales are likely to continue to rise due to arms deals signed during the Obama administration that have yet to reach the production line.
Siva Sundaram grew up one state over from Kansas, where an Indian immigrant was shot last week. "As long as any of our brothers and sisters — Muslim, black, Latino, or otherwise — are in danger," he wrote, "we all are."
At the 2017 Conservative Political Action Committee, President Trump called for an end to welfare. This isn't the first time a president has made such a bold statement. Our question is, how will he do it?
The Southern Poverty Law Center has recorded hundreds of incidents of harassment and hate since the election against Hispanics, Muslims, African Americans, women, gays, lesbians and others. Will it last?
In the months after 9/11, the US government set up a system to register and interview men from Muslim-majority countries in an effort to combat terrorism. It was quietly shelved after a few years mostly because it didn't work. Trump’s advisors want to bring it back.
More than a year ago, a husband and wife from Mexico voluntarily returned to their country of origin and left their Americanized sons in the United States. Now that Trump has been elected, will more immigrant parents make the same choice?
Venezuela's continuing struggles with economic malaise and the low price of oil are spilling out in the open with serious consequences — babies dying, consumer product shortages and a national leader being threatened with ouster.
Who we are is less about what we say, than about what we do — who we include and exclude, who we tolerate. Chandran Kukathas, head of government at the London School of Economics, argues in the wake of anti-immigrant sentiments in the United States and Europe, these "free" societies could and should do better about walking the talk.