As many as 18, including ex-Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, have found ways to sidestep the administration's ethics pledge.
The "Remain in Mexico" policy, which is expected to face a legal challenge, is to be introduced at the busy Tijuana-San Ysidro border area.
The federal court action in California prevents employers from opting out of providing no-cost contraceptives as a lawsuit moves forward.
The HUD chief believes the regulations, designed to ensure prospective buyers get equal treatment, stifle affordable housing development.
The administration has separated dozens of families at the U.S.-Mexico border since the executive order that ended the general practice.
Among the positive signs from the recent midterm elections is the pushback against privatizating public education in the U.S.
By cozying up to smaller nations in the region, the defense secretary is signaling how intensively the Trump administration is trying to counter China’s military assertiveness.
Thousands of immigrant families are facing increasing hurdles to taking custody of sons, daughters and relatives who crossed the border on their own.
Political and media elites from both major parties may now consider Trump a threat, but their reasons and potential fixes are in line with their own interests.
Immigrants who receive Medicaid benefits, food stamps, housing vouchers and other forms of public assistance are at risk under a newly published proposal.