The U.S. Census Bureau projects that, by the middle of 2020, nonwhites will account for the majority of the nation’s 74 million children.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The House committee is suing the Trump administration officials for refusing to produce documents related to a decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
By Mike Schneider, Grant Schulte, Associated Press
Nebraska is the first state to publicly acknowledge it will share drivers’ license records with the U.S. Census Bureau as the federal agency tries to comply with President Donald Trump’s order to count the number of U.S. citizens.
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
In Louisiana, Republicans who already controlled the state House and Senate had hoped to consolidate power by defeating Edwards, or else obtain a two-thirds majority in both legislative chambers that would allow them to override his vetoes. Neither occurred.
By Mike Schneider, Associated Press
The U.S. Census Bureau is acknowledging that its nationwide request for state drivers' license records is the result of President Donald Trump's order to gather records that can better determine the numbers of citizens and non-citizens across the U.S.
In our news wrap Thursday, Sec. of State Mike Pompeo said that among the “innumerable atrocities” committed by the Assad regime, the U.S. has concluded that Syrian government forces used chlorine as a chemical weapon during a battle with insurgents…
By Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press
Utah became the latest on Monday as its GOP-dominated Legislature voted to spend $1 million on outreach for the census, a first for the state that's one of the youngest and fastest-growing in the country.
By Associated Press
The House voted, 230-198, on Wednesday to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt. The vote is largely symbolic because the Justice Department is unlikely to prosecute them.
By Jennifer Van Hook, The Conversation
Counting 11 million undocumented immigrants is easier than you might think.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and The National Review’s Ramesh Ponnuru join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest in politics, including brewing tensions between progressive and moderate House Democrats, President Trump’s executive action on acquiring citizenship data, the role of money…
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