As the immigration reform negotiations continue in the House and Senate, the Council on Foreign Relations has put together an interesting timeline of U.S. immigration policy throughout the past sixty years.
With the United States quickly approaching its Friday sequester deadline, the federal government is bracing for cuts. Much of the $85 billion in spending cuts will hit domestic programs and services—everything from wildlife reserves to childcare services. But the reverberations will also be felt in Latin America and the rest of the world. Read more »