President Trump says that we forgot all about the Dreamers. Is he right about that?
The news cycle has been moving at a rapid pace, and DACA has been one of the media’s collateral damages.
Late last month, Florida House Speaker and potential gubernatorial candidate Richard Corcoran released an ad that many say is fanning the flames of xenophobic, anti-immigrant fears. The 30-second spot features a young woman being gunned down on the sidewalk of a suburban neighborhood by a
This year’s State of the Union had a lot of flashpoints for the media to cover.
Did the Dems blink in the shutdown showdown?
Racist, or just straight-talk?
Did the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publish the “Worst Editorial” of 2018
Despite multiple record-setting hurricanes making landfall, Nazis feeling emboldened enough to march across a major college campus and a seemingly never-ending health care debate, House Speaker Paul Ryan insisted last week that the United States’ main priority needs to be tax reform. Ryan made his
Putting names to faces is helping journalists cover immigration in a meaningful way.
The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and National Geographic round out our top picks for this week. The Washington Post – How realistic are New York apartments on TV shows? An entertaining topic, thorough research, and multimedia elements? This story has them