Miami’s Haitians, Used to Being Shunned, Rally After Trump Slight

The president’s disparagement of Haiti reminded some of the longstanding stigma Haitians face. Others hope the insults will increase voter turnout.

Workplace Raids Signal Shifting Tactics in Immigration Fight

The Trump administration says its actions show the price of employing workers illegally, a message being felt keenly among the workers themselves.

From Offices to Disney World, Employers Brace for the Loss of an Immigrant Work Force

The Trump administration’s ending of temporary legal status for Salvadorans and Haitians means that employers who depend on them will have to look harder for help.

Without New Laws or Walls, Trump Presses the Brake on Legal Immigration

The administration says its tougher stand on visa and green card applications will protect Americans from terrorism and job loss, but some call it arbitrary.

Feature: ‘Will They Take Me, Too?’

More than a thousand children are counting on Nora Sándigo to become their guardian if their undocumented parents are deported. How many of those promises will she now have to keep?

Becoming a Steelworker Liberated Her. Then Her Job Moved to Mexico.

Workers like Shannon Mulcahy took pride in their jobs at the Rexnord factory in Indianapolis. The bearings they made were top-notch. In the end, it didn’t matter.