The Supreme Court’s conservative justices seemed ready Tuesday to preserve the Trump administration’s addition of a question about a person’s citizenship status to the 2020 decennial census.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) will pursue free college for all and cancellation of student loan debt if elected, she announced Monday.
President Donald Trump is ordering the Departments of State and Homeland Security to take all steps in their power to reduce the currently hundreds of thousands of people who overstay temporary visas every year.
A group of parents of Californians killed by those now on the state’s death row last week launched a campaign against Governor Gavin Newsom’s (D.) moratorium on the death penalty in his state.
Tenants are fleeing a D.C. high rise as the city’s progressive housing policy has led to panhandling, marijuana smoking, and at least one overdose death in the past year.
Yet another criminal statute looks set to be knocked down following Wednesday oral arguments in United States v. Davis, the latest case in a line that has created a “royal mess” since 2015.
The border is in a crisis, a panel of experts organized by the Department of Homeland Security said Tuesday, and Congress must act to stop it.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) saved roughly $38,000 in taxes thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the Republican-passed tax cut championed by President Donald Trump which the New York Times recently admitted cut most Americans’ taxes.
Following a Senate vote late last week, New Hampshire is set to become the 21st state to abolish the death penalty.
Once you read his book, it is apparent that Andrew Yang is running for president because he is afraid of normal people.