Thousands of pages of internal records are likely to bolster critics of the short-lived Trump administration's commission on voter fraud.
Wildfires have grown larger, more intense and more unpredictable. But federal research that helps prevent and respond to them is on the chopping block.
In 31 states, federal law enforcement officials can legally claim that sexual acts with people in custody are consensual. A bipartisan bill aims to close this astounding loophole.
Although the most ambitious Democrats in Washington have been reluctant to embrace the label, 42 people in 20 states are running for federal, state and local offices who have been formally endorsed by the Democratic Socialists of America.
A Baby Was Separated From Her Uncle at the Border. Three Months Later, Her Mother Is Still Trying to Get Her Back.
The case of Liah Ferrera Amaya shows the extensive vetting immigrant families must submit to in order to retrieve their children from U.S. custody—even if it means putting themselves at risk for deportation.
Sixty-two representatives join forces to demand health care for every American "from the day they're born."
At least 50 under the age of 5 will be released with their parents by the Tuesday deadline imposed by a court, a government attorney says. However, that's only about half of the 100 or so children covered by the court order.
The closures result in lower voter turnout and decreased political accountability, and that generates a financial cost.
Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt is the latest Trump Cabinet official to be forced out over ethics investigations.