The country’s last kingpin is now behind bars. And we may never see another like him.
Reimbursements for urban hospitals that serve undocumented residents are about to shrink drastically—but their patients aren't going anywhere.
Seven sideline photographers are suing for the misuse of thousands of images—and they're just the latest to expose the complexities of copyright in the Internet age.
The government spends $5 billion a year detaining and deporting immigrants who may soon be eligible for amnesty over minor infractions. Why not just pardon them instead?
Why El Chapo's eventual death won't spell the end of his cartel.
They can get temporary work permits and even go to college. But it may be a while before the children of undocumented workers can make real lives for themselves in America.
Advocates may think their recent initiatives have set Mexican traffickers back, but the cartels have already moved on.