As the nation focuses on former Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen’s fall from favor, Stephen Miller is steadily climbing the rungs of success and influence.
President Trump announced his endorsement of a spending bill to temporarily reopen the government this afternoon.
Four female humanitarian activists are facing jail time for leaving food and water in the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge for migrants.
The inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services reports that thousands more families were separated by the administration than previously thought.
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.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has once again blocked a vote to end the government shutdown, citing the lack of border wall funding and presidential approval.
The Tornillo tent camp which up until recently held thousands of immigrant children has been shut down.
As the ongoing shutdown edges closer and closer to becoming the longest in U.S. history, the president has walked back his claim that Mexico would pay for the wall.
The president literally walked out of a meeting with legislators discussing the shutdown, his favorite agency is suing him, and no one is making sure our food is safe anymore.
The president addressed the nation last night on the 18th day of the government shutdown and continued to place the blame on Democrats.