Once the president's nominees are confirmed and the five-member EEOC swings from a Democratic majority to a Republican one, discrimination lawsuits face an uncertain future.
The law was passed out of concern that the Trump administration would undermine conservation efforts in the state.
“The census is supposed to count everyone,” says Attorney General Maura Healey of Massachusetts. “This is a blatant and illegal attempt by the Trump administration to undermine that goal.”
The move is the most aggressive one yet in the federal push to force so-called sanctuary cities and states to cooperate with immigration authorities.
The latest lawsuit filing in Hidalgo County, Texas, talks of kickback deals worked out over drinks and steak dinners.
The groups cite a negative effect on sexual assault survivors since DeVos rescinded the Obama-era Title IX guidance.
In addition, three other women come forward with accusations. An attorney for the screenwriter, 64, says, “He didn’t rape anybody.”
Indigenous activists rally on behalf of the Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes during a hearing in the tribes' case against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The lawsuit over "unprecedented constitutional violations" addresses the president's refusal to "disentangle his private finances from those of domestic and foreign powers."
Photos of artist Robin Bell's projections, which included the phrase "Pay Trump Bribes Here," quickly went viral on social media.