USA Today published an interesting piece about the Canadian government's latest public relations campaign to dissuade would-be migrants from transiting the United States to illegally cross the border into Canada.
Based on the evidence of Germany's problems with its own refugee agency, Merkel is the very last person in Europe that leaders of countries on the EU's external borders should trust to see to their interests in any fundamentally competent way.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has received a dozen pages of largely useless replies from ICE in response to a series of tough questions regarding visa mills (DHS-licensed entities that seem more interested in issuing work permits to foreign "students" than in educating them).
According to a joint press release, the United States and Panama have finalized the creation of a Joint Migration Task Force, "a new mechanism to ensure more effective and complete coordination to address illegal immigration in the region."
The Trump administration recently restored a citizenship question to the full decennial census, starting with the year 2020. When critics charged that the new question may reduce response rates, some confusion ensued as to when and how the Census Bureau has asked about citizenship in the past. The following table gives the history of both the citizenship and birthplace questions.