Question/Comment: Is the final answer to all these economic problems the fact that there are now too many people on Earth? For example, how can U.S. labor make any money when Chinese workers will work for a nickel an hour?…
Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page measures the importance of happiness and its part in one of the most famous phrases of the Declaration of Independence as the United States turns another year older.
Last year, Arizona passed 15 bills and resolutions giving police more tools to go after illegal immigrants, one of several states tightening immigration laws. Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-Los Angeles examines the impact of the new regulations.
A recent debate sponsored by the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia and moderated by Robert MacNeil examined the current laws dealing with immigration and the possible plans to address the twelve million illegal immigrants currently…
In response to fears that stricter enforcement of immigration laws will create a shortage of farm workers, the U.S. agricultural industry has headed to Mexico to recruit temporary -- and legal -- migrant workers. Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-Los Angeles reports…
By PBS NewsHour
South African soldiers have been deployed to help curb a recent burst of anti-foreigner violence that has killed at least 42 people and damaged the country's efforts to shore up its economic and political stability.
Author and columnist John Wideman reflects on his hometown of Pittsburgh, now in the national media spotlight due to Pennsylvania's impending Democratic primary election.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon went on a tour of several U.S. cities with large Mexican populations; however, his itinerary did not include Washington, D.C. Jeffrey Kaye reports on Calderon's trip.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The United States Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that legal immigrants who have committed serious crimes and already served their sentences can be detained in prison without bail while awaiting their deportation hearings.
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