Last week, the White House confirmed that the president will once again meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to discuss denuclearization.
While the Supreme Court has declined to hear arguments regarding Trump’s transgender military ban, it will nevertheless permit the administration to enforce it.
Four female humanitarian activists are facing jail time for leaving food and water in the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge for migrants.
Nancy Pelosi urged the president to write his State of the Union due to security concerns; he cancelled her delegation’s flight to NATO and Afghanistan.
First Nations and indigenous peoples are being disproportionately affected by the shutdown due to their dependence on a host of government agencies and services which have been compromised.
Federal judges in California and Pennsylvania have prevented new regulations surrounding employer-supplied birth control from taking effect nationwide.
Yesterday, Senate Democrats blocked SR1 for the second time, which contains the controversial Combating BDS Act, and which infringes on First Amendment rights to freedom of speech and peaceful protest, including boycotts.
After Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg missed oral arguments for the first time in her career, Republicans began gearing up for a new judicial battle.
The president addressed the nation last night on the 18th day of the government shutdown and continued to place the blame on Democrats.
Democrats have introduced a new House bill to restore voting rights to millions, expose dark money in politics, resurrect the Voting Rights Act, and more.