“A young guy has received admission into two American universities, but still gets rejected. One boy from my queue is given the visa. His smile is so luminous it is like he’s going straight to heaven. “
Nina Li Coomes reckons with the quandary of citizenship and the meaning of home.
The SCOTUS opinion upholding the Muslim ban might not be legally wrong, but shouldn’t the court look at what is just as well as what is legal?
How a Syrian physician got caught in the web of Trump’s travel ban and found a new, welcoming home in Canada.
In January, 2017 — before Trump’s inauguration — physician Khaled Almilaji spent a week in Syria to check on his many humanitarian projects, leaving his pregnant wife Jehan behind in the United States. Expecting to return well before Trump’s inauguration, Khaled discovered at the airport that his visa — along with those of 40 other […]
You can probably stop browsing those real estate listings.
Sarah Jeong has spent the past several months covering Trump’s travel ban… while officially becoming an American citizen.
Donald Trump is in love with Twitter, “Brokeback Mountain”-style.
Which of our neighbors have been rounded up so far?
Writer Rafia Zakaria reports back on flying while Muslim after the U.S. travel ban.