Barr is in the hot seat: He is responsible for navigating the department through congressional and public demands for details of Mueller’s findings.
The move sets up a fight that could result in Trump’s first-ever veto.
“People need to know what happened to us,” Rose Okabe, a Japanese-American held as a WWII internee, told her children, “so it doesn’t happen again.”
Robert Grant hits back at portrayal by ex-Chicago DEA boss, accuses him “of narcissism, wrapped in hubris and tied together with fiction.”
“Thank you, but the apology rings quite hollow,” the judge shot back before instituting the gag order on Roger Stone.
The Trump administration has been blocked from breaking up migrant families, but hundreds of children crossing the border continue to be separated.
Passage in the GOP-controlled Senate is not certain, but a veto by Trump is – one unlikely to be overridden by Congress.
Christopher Paul Hasson is due in court on Thursday in Maryland. He was arrested on gun and drug charges last week.
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For years, the government had insisted that it does not generally share the watchlist with private entities.
It’s time for Biden to make the call: in or out?
Liberals and libertarians alike have groused for years about what they see as increasingly greedy governments.
Under a 1976 law, an emergency is whatever the president says it is. It need not be sudden, pressing, harmful or of limited duration.
State officials issued February SNAP benefits early, on Jan. 20. But those must last until March 1, and some haven’t been able to stretch it that far.
Such an announcement could make history. But, if not done carefully, it could open up a whole new set of problems for Washington.