American Samoa is one of the few places in the world with zero reported COVID-19 cases. The U.S. territory, 2,600 miles from Hawaii, shut down its borders in March to commercial flights to prevent the spread of the virus to…
By Laura Fong
European Union envoys are close to finalizing a list of countries whose citizens will be allowed back into Europe once it begins lifting coronavirus-linked restrictions. The United States appears almost certain not to make the list, as new infections surge.
By Lorne Cook, Associated Press
White House officials said the northern border closings -- like the southern border plan being considered -- will not apply to American citizens, green-card holders and foreigners who already have legal rights to be here.
By Yamiche Alcindor
Photographer Josef Schulz's series on abandoned border checkpoints has taken on a renewed importance, as one of the largest migrations in European history has brought new discussion about the continent's borders.
By Corinne Segal
By PBS NewsHour
As European governments gather to discuss a plan to set quotas, will the decisions made in Brussels help to ease the migrant crisis? Jeffrey Brown gets two perspectives from Ambassador Réka Szemerkényi of Hungary and David Miliband, CEO of the…
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On Thursday, representatives of the Borders bookstore chain were in court with a plan to liquidate its remaining 399 locations as early as Friday. Jeffrey Brown discusses what's next for bookstores, the publishing industry and bookworms with Slate's Annie Lowrey.
Addressing Congress, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on Tuesday insisted Israel is ready to seek peace with the Palestinians, and for the first time acknowledged that Israel would give up some West Bank settlements for a deal, but said that he…
The Senate agreed Tuesday to reopen debate on a controversial immigration bill backed by President Bush. Sens. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., and Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, discuss what comes next.
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