Foreign-born newcomers have fueled Philadelphia's recent population growth, increased its workforce, and boosted the number of entrepreneurs. At the same time, the study said, immigrants have added to the already large pool of poor and less-educated residents.
U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson tried to push the Trump and Kenney administrations toward compromise in their bitter Sanctuary City trial, calling it "a paperwork dispute" that could "be solved with the stroke of a pen."
A Native American rights group is searching for lost children, bolstering its demand for a national accounting of Indian youths who went missing while under official supervision at dozens of government- and church-run boarding schools.
Jeff Gammage, a staff writer, was part of the five-reporter team that won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for public service. He’s the author of China Ghosts: My Daughter's Journey to America, My Passage to Fatherhood, and has written about adoption for publications including the New York Times. He is a 1982 graduate of James Madison University, and a recipient of the school’s Ronald E. Carrier Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award.