While conservatives clearly agree that they don't like Barack Obama, they don't seem to have found a consensus on much of anything else.
A "terrorism expert" told Fox News that an English town was controlled by extremist Muslims, but Britain is a long, long way from becoming a sharia state.
Recently a storm took out a chain link fence separating the two countries at a park bisecting Tijuana and San Diego, letting people jump back and forth between nations.
Following the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Marine Le Pen—leader of France's far-right National Front party—has promised a national referendum on the death penalty if she's elected president in 2017.
A usually quiet city was jarred by sudden violence, and in the aftermath many are wondering what can be done to prevent another tragedy.
Political analyst Jérôme Sainte-Marie fears the Charlie Hebdo murders will cause racist and xenophobic attitudes to go mainstream.
From France to Sweden, right-wing politicians used the attack on the satirical magazine to denounce Islam as a whole.
Nigel Farage has strong ideas about immigrants speaking perfect English, but, as part of a Pakistani immigrant family, I'm living proof of how having English as a first language doesn't count for everything.
Muslim immigrants and migrant workers are being targeted by separatists forces in the northeast of India. The violence is escalating, but the problem has been around for decades.
It's Christmas time in Australia! A glorious, welcoming time when people of all religions, all members of our secular society, come together to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
The UK Independence Party's leader got on the radio to say that a former UKIP candidate was just being a "rough diamond" when he used the offensive term.
The UK media has been becoming steadily more right-wing when it comes to talking about immigration and immigrants.
Bureaucratic obstacles are making it next to impossible for families to find their lost loved ones, or even learn where they died.
The Irish government is denying rights to immigrants while seeking them for Irish emigrants in the US.
Photographer Richard Misrach and Mexican composer Guillermo Galindo are turning human trash found on the US-Mexico border into instruments, giving a new identity to fragments of lost lives.
Every evening, a group of Chinese women who work at a mall meet in a warehouse space on Surčin road to cut loose.
The European Union may not be equipped to properly track the movements of young migrants, but a plucky group of data journalists called Generation E wants to pick up the slack.
Thanksgiving is a holiday about inclusion and harmony. While our politicians debate immigration reform, perhaps it's time we remember that.
Paul Addo was kept in prison-like Immigration Removal Centers for 32 months while demanding to be returned back to Ghana.
They're protesting their precarious position in the country—they can't legally live or work in Greece, but they can't leave either.
In our new column the Fear Digest, we'll be taking a look at the top ten terrors the country is facing. This week: Santacon, Ferguson, the cold, Obama, and more.
Republicans are already losing their minds over the president's new executive order.
For-profit prisons like healthy inmates, who tend to be young and black or Hispanic.
As Scott Morrison "takes the sugar off the table," let's step back a moment. What happened to us?