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Joshua Barajas is the arts editor for the NewsHour. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Politics Dec 07Read Michael Cohen sentencing recommendations from Mueller and federal prosecutors
Documents from New York prosecutors and special counsel Robert Mueller's team Friday provide more information on Cohen's contributions to the special counsel's ongoing Russia investigation.
Politics Dec 07WATCH: Trump addresses the 2018 Project Safe Neighborhoods National Conference
Trump is scheduled to speak at 12:50 p.m. ET. Watch the president's remarks here.
Politics Dec 04Read Mueller’s full recommendation for Flynn’s sentencing in Russia probe
While Michael Flynn made "multiple false statements, to multiple Department of Justice entities, on multiple occasions," according to a heavily redacted addendum filed Tuesday, he has also participated in 19 interviews with the special counsel's office and DOJ officials.
Politics Dec 04A full schedule of George H.W. Bush’s memorial events, funeral
Here's a schedule of the week's events to honor the 41st U.S. president, who died Friday at the age of 94.
Politics Dec 03WATCH: President George H.W. Bush lies in state in Washington, D.C.
The former president's body will arrive in Washington, D.C., today to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda. The PBS NewsHour will live stream the days' events leading up to Capitol arrival ceremony at 4:45 p.m. ET. Watch it…
Nation Nov 29The Tornillo shelter for migrant children was supposed to close after 30 days. Here’s why it’s still open
An emergency detention camp that opened this summer to help with an influx of migrant children was supposed to close after 30 days. But today, it remains open, and has become the largest shelter for migrant children, housing at least…
Nation Nov 27U.S. officials defend using tear gas on migrants. Here’s a close look at their claims
The U.S. has continued to dismiss criticism over its use of tear gas on a group of asylum-seekers in Tijuana, saying the “chaotic” weekend of border clashes were “predicted” by President Donald Trump and immigration officials.
Nation Nov 26What’s happening with asylum-seekers at the border?
The busiest port of entry along the southwest border was shut down by U.S. immigration officials this past weekend after hundreds of Central American migrants hoping to declare asylum attempted to cross fencing that separates Mexico and the U.S. Here's…
Politics Nov 16Judge approves settlement giving some migrant parents second chance at asylum
The agreement focuses on a group of migrant parents who were interviewed about their asylum claims after being separated from their children, and subsequently had their claims denied.
Nation Nov 15Forest Service chief says there’s progress in combating sexual misconduct. Dozens of women say there’s not enough
Lawmakers at Thursday’s hourslong hearing were presented with a dichotomy: an agency that promises it has made progress in addressing harassment and reprisal, and a former employee who says the changes amount to a “band-aid” to deep-seated problems.