On Sunday, President Trump announced the resignation of Homeland Security Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen, who reportedly was forced to step down amid Trump’s growing frustration with the growing number of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. Amna Nawaz reports and joins Judy…
Robert Caro is one of the nation’s preeminent biographers, known for meticulous research and taking his time with a subject. Indeed, he began his massive series "The Years of Lyndon Johnson" in 1977, but its final volume won't be published…
By Gretchen Frazee
U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner Kevin McAleenan will take over for Kirstjen Nielsen when she steps down from her post Wednesday.
By Alanna Durkin Richer, Associated Press
The "Desperate Housewives" star and a dozen other prominent parents will admit to charges in the scheme, which authorities say involved rigging standardized test scores and bribing coaches at such prestigious schools as Yale and Georgetown.
By Zeke Miller, Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
Trump, as he so often does, mixed fact with fiction when warning of the threat at the border.
In an abrupt departure, Homeland Security Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned from her post on Sunday. Read her the full letter.
By Colleen Long, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned on Sunday amid the administration’s growing frustration and bitterness over the number of Central American families crossing the southern border, two people familiar with the decision said.
As the 2020 presidential campaigns get underway, the debate over the Electoral College system is starting again. In 2016, when Hillary Clinton lost the election despite winning the popular vote, there were new calls to abolish the electoral college. NPR…
By Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
When President Donald Trump talks about the masses of Central Americans trying to get into the U.S., he describes a horde of beefy men with ill intent. Figures from his own administration tell a different story: Those coming are increasingly…
By Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
The Democrats’ 2020 presidential primary may feature a historically diverse field of women and minorities, but in some ways it is testing how the party appeals to white men.
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