The biggest issue in immigration isn't welfare or illegal immigration per se; it's the total number of immigrants settling in the U.S., legally or illegally.
The data show a complex and changing picture when it comes to immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa
The New York Times's latest argument against tougher immigration-enforcement doesn't pass the smell test.
In a new report, the National Academies present data showing that the economic effect of current immigration policy in the U.S. is redistributive.
The NAS report’s discussion of illegal immigration tells us as much about how the authors think about the issue as it does about the issue itself: They are strongly ...