The commerce secretary could easily have reinstated the citizenship question if he had been less transparently dishonest.
The president's seeming ability to always get what he wants masks the reality that anything is possible in today's political and cultural landscape.
Historian Daniel Okrent looks back at the bigoted "intellectual justification" for anti-immigration policies.
Historian Daniel Okrent's new book, The Guarded Gate, recounts the history of bigotry, eugenics, and the "intellectual justification" of anti-immigration policies.
Italy's recent legal changes go beyond denaturalizing for pre-naturalization activity and set a dangerous precedent.
It's wrong any way you slice it.
Federal Judge: Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross 'Violated the Public Trust' with Census Citizenship Question
The Trump administration can't ask about citizenship on the 2020 census, Judge Jesse Furman ruled.
President Trump's hardline immigration stances have made for some polarizing debates.
Levy Jaen is finally home, but only after a court affirmed what he's always known-that he's a U.S. citizen.
Adopted 4-Year-Old Daughter of Americans Probably Won't Be Deported. Either Way, Our Immigration System Is Broken.
Angela Becerra's case is a reminder that legal immigration is more complicated than just "getting in line."
It has revived a dead program and created a task force to review citizenship applications