Passing legislation and rolling back regulatory rules are hard. There are quieter, easier ways to cut down on governmental oversight. Here are five ways the Trump administration is doing so.
Advocates, while fearing the worst, say there’s still time for Congress and the Trump administration to turn things around — but the window is “closing fast.”
“Nothing Like a Crisis to Sharpen One�s Thinking” — a profile of new CEO of Leadership Council on Human Rights, Vanita Gupta.
State police and National Guardsmen watched passively for hours as self-proclaimed Nazis engaged in street battles with counter-protesters. ProPublica reporter A.C. Thompson was on the scene and reports that the authorities turned the streets of the city over to groups of militiamen armed with assault rifles.
The FBI has identified at least 120 federal agencies that aren’t uploading information to the database in violation of a longstanding legal mandate.
Amid the scoreboard coverage of the GOP health bill, historians remind us of how the unique U.S. system became such an insurance-based mess.
Despite the cloud of fear hanging over immigrant communities, there is a growing and increasingly organized resistance.
A video surfaced of a Vietnamese American, David Dao, being forcefully dragged from a United Airlines flight departing Chicago for Louisville, Kentucky. Dao, 69, had allegedly refused to voluntarily give up his seat on the overbooked flight.
The City of Richmond has filed a federal lawsuit against President Donald Trump challenging an executive order that would deny federal funding to sanctuary cities.
The same week the Ninth Circuit decision was announced in San Francisco, ICE arrested approximately 160 people in Southern California.