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Calls for Puerto Rico governor Ricardo Rosselló to quit over text scandal
The governor of Puerto Rico is facing calls to resign over a group text message scandal that has already caused two top officials to leave their posts.
Trump abandons census efforts, but will still pursue citizenship info
U.S. president orders records on non-citizens be handed over to Commerce Department
ICE and FBI used facial recognition to search drivers' licence databases
US immigration officers have used facial recognition technology to search drivers' licences in states that issue licences to undocumented immigrants.
Biggest quake in decades rocks California
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake has hit Southern California, the largest temblor to hit the region in decades with rumblings felt in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Supreme Court agrees to hear DACA case in win for Trump administration
The court will hear the case during its next term, which begins in October, and a decision likely wouldn't come until 2020.
Citizenship question on 2020 census? SCOTUS says it's complicated
The Supreme Court has effectively blocked the Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census, arguing that the government’s reasoning for the proposal was inadequately explained.
President Trump hires Stephanie Grisham to replace Sarah Sanders as press secretary
The announcement was made Tuesday by the first lady via Twitter.
Democrats accuse ex-Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks of not answering questions in congressional testimony
Hicks’ name appears more than 180 times in the Mueller report’s text and footnotes.
Trump claims he wouldn’t have allowed CIA to recruit Kim Jong-un’s relatives
President’s comment was the latest occasion in which he appeared to side with an adversary over US intelligence
Nadler reaches deal with Justice on Mueller documents on eve of contempt vote
Rep. Nadler said the Justice Department agreed to turn over some evidence from the report, including files used to assess whether the president obstructed justice.
US makes hurdles even higher for visa applicants
Both premises, that the demand for social media information is not more intrusive than other existing provisions and that it is required to protect American citizens, are questionable at best.
Impeachment 101: Here's how it would work (if it actually happened)
That leaves Democrats still at odds over how to deal with Trump.
A private group has built a section of border wall -- and says it's just getting started
'They moved very quickly'
Why America Can’t Solve Homelessness
As the face of homelessness changes, politicians cling to limited policy ideas and quick fixes.
Trump declares national emergency over IT threats
President Donald Trump has declared a national emergency to protect US computer networks from "foreign adversaries".
US in frenzy over Iran war fears
American media and politicians are in a frenzy about the prospect of going to war with Iran as tensions rise.
Pelosi Declares Nation Is in a ‘Constitutional Crisis’
Democratic leaders may wait to pair the Judiciary Committee’s contempt recommendations with another, most likely from the Intelligence Committee should its conflict with the Justice Department get to that point.
Trump Asserts Executive Privilege Over Full Mueller Reportsserts Executive Privilege Over Full Mueller Report
By asserting executive privilege, the White House is denying Congress access to the evidence gathered during Mueller's investigation. The House Judiciary Committee has issued subpoenas for the materials.
The US is terrible at building high-speed rail — here’s why
Watch the video to see why the U.S. continues to fail with high-speed trains, and some companies that are trying to fix that.
Stocks Fall as Trade Tensions Escalate
U.S. stock declines deepened, with the Dow falling more than 500 points, as investors reacted to a growing likelihood that the White House will follow through on threats to enact tariffs on Chinese goods.
Trump Threatened Tariffs After Hearing of Chinese Reversal, Sources Say
Talks in Beijing last week left U.S. delegation disappointed - China hasn’t said who will attend Washington talks this week
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