One of California’s largest labor unions is at the center of a lawsuit that could cost it $100 million in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling overturning forced unionism in the public sector.
The Trump administration on Tuesday shifted away from its “zero-tolerance” policy of detaining all immigrants who cross into the country illegally as it worked to reunite families to satisfy a court order.
Hillary and Bill Clinton disbursed nearly half of their charitable giving last year to the Clinton Foundation after taking a one-year hiatus from pushing money to the entity, according to tax forms obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
U.S. District Court judge Dolly Gee on Monday rejected a government petition to alter a federal agreement governing the detention of children who have illegally immigrated, calling the administration’s proposal “procedurally improper and wholly without merit.”
Gun groups on both sides of the issue responded to President Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court on Monday.
The Chinese government has released Liu Xia, the widow of world-renowned poet and political prisoner Liu Xiaobo, from house arrest after renewed international pressure from human rights activists.
She departed Beijing overnight and is traveling to Berlin, according to her attorney, Jared Genser, who credited President Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, “and so many others in the international community who helped make today possible.”
President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed full pardons for two Oregon ranchers serving federal prison time for setting fire to public land.
Democratic heavyweight and former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had perhaps the most scorching take Monday night on President Donald Trump nominating Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Monday refuted the U.N.’s “unnecessary, politically biased, and factually wrong” report on poverty in the United States.