June 20, 2018

Today in Trump’s America: Trump officials offer callous response to family separations

Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski responded with a dismissive "womp womp" when he learned that a 10-year-old girl with Down syndrome was separated from her mother at the border.

June 19, 2018

Today in Trump’s America: Polls show family separations could imperil House Republicans

Voters in battleground districts oppose the family separation policy by large margins.
June 18, 2018

Today in Trump’s America: WH struggles to get message straight on its child separation policy

As the harsh criticisms roll in, Trump administration officials have given conflicting statements about the policy, with some administration officials flat-out lying.
June 17, 2018

Roger Stone’s meeting with a Russian contact fits into the broader web of Mueller’s investigation

Roger Stone's 2016 meeting with a Russian offering dirt on Hillary Clinton is part of a broader web of communication between Russians and Trump insiders.
June 16, 2018

Inside the ACLU’s efforts to stop the Trump administration’s family separation policy

The Trump administration is separating families at the border as part of a broad crackdown on immigration, but the ACLU is suing to put a stop to the practice altogether.
June 12, 2018

Today in Trump’s America: Even Republicans are panning Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un

Trump and Kim signed a document in which Kim committed “to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” and Trump “committed to provide security guarantees” to North Korea.
June 11, 2018

Victims of domestic and gang-related violence no longer eligible for asylum, Sessions announces

The Trump administration at the same time claims that violence by the MS-13 gang is one of the most pressing and dangerous issues of our time, but now will bar MS-13 victims from applying for asylum.
June 8, 2018

Trump got his first head in leak-squelching quest after obtaining a reporter’s records

Press freedom advocates are crying foul, questioning whether the Department of Justice followed guidelines on subpoenaing journalists’ records.
June 2, 2018

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Trump goes on the offensive against investigators

Trump issues pardons, insults and conspiracy theories as a legal battle brews with Mueller.
June 2, 2018

Steve Bannon seems to be staging a comeback with the media — and Trump

Trump's former chief strategist sounded off Friday on immigration and the Russia probe.

May 30, 2018

Trump jabs Jeff Sessions over Russia recusal, says he regrets appointing him attorney general

Trump has railed against Sessions over his decision last year to recuse himself from the Russia probe.
April 25, 2018

After latest blow to Trump administration in DACA ruling, immigrants are still “cautiously waiting”

A federal judge has dealt another blow to Trump, but DACA recipients are still waiting for a permanent solution.
April 20, 2018

What If We Didn’t… jail people for marijuana use, possession or sale?

After more than 20 years of the modern medical and recreational marijuana industries, advocates for decriminalization say evidence of societal good is stacking up against die-hard prohibitionists.
April 19, 2018

Inspector general recommends criminal charges against fired FBI deputy Andrew McCabe

McCabe has been accused of misleading internal investigators about media disclosures in 2016.
March 21, 2018

Report: McCabe had opened criminal investigation into Sessions a year before firing

Sessions fired McCabe Friday, just days before he was set to retire from the FBI.

March 17, 2018

Trump lawyer calls for Justice Department to kill Mueller probe day after McCabe firing

The bizarre statement may reflect a shift toward a more combative strategy on the part of the president's legal team.
March 17, 2018

Trump cheers McCabe firing: It’s a “great day for Democracy”

Jeff Sessions sacked the deputy director of the FBI on Friday — days before he was set to retire.
March 7, 2018

Trump administration brings suit against California over sanctuary cities — but will they win?

The Trump administration is continuing its attack on "sanctuary cities" with a new lawsuit against California.
March 3, 2018
Feb. 9, 2018

Third-ranking Justice official to resign amid Trump attacks on federal law enforcement

Rachel Brand stood to inherit control of the Russia investigation in the event that Trump ousted Rosenstein.

Jan. 30, 2018

Trump has been warring with federal law enforcement for months. Is he starting to win?

Andrew McCabe, a frequent Trump target, said Monday he will resign as deputy director of the FBI.
Jan. 6, 2018

This week in Trump-Russia news: Is the case for obstruction of justice getting stronger?

Trump says "everything I've done is 100% proper." A report this week suggests otherwise.
Nov. 26, 2017

Black Friday 2017 shatters record for gun background check requests

The record-setting surge in background check requests comes just two days after Jeff Sessions ordered a review of the system.
Nov. 15, 2017

Sean Hannity is Fox News’ chief conspiracy theorist — and Shepard Smith its voice of reason

Fox News' Shepard Smith and Sean Hannity are treating Trump's presidency very differently — but only one is being rewarded for it.
Nov. 14, 2017

3 takeaways from the Donald Trump Jr.-WikiLeaks revelations

The exchange strongly suggests the president's eldest son coordinated in some way with WikiLeaks.

Nov. 14, 2017

Sessions says there isn’t enough evidence for special counsel to investigate Clinton

“At this point there is not enough evidence to appoint a special counsel” to investigate Hillary Clinton, Jeff Sessions said.
Nov. 14, 2017

Jeff Sessions says he now remembers meeting with George Papadopoulos

Sessions blamed his initial lack of recollection on the "chaos" of the Trump campaign.
Nov. 11, 2017

This week in Trump-Russia news: Don Jr. may have suggested quid pro quo with Kremlin-linked lawyer

Meanwhile, the president says he believes Putin over his own intelligence agencies.
Nov. 4, 2017

Remember Carter Page? Turns out he met with Russian officials after all.

The reveal comes amid a week of bad news for Donald Trump on the Russia front.