What Would a Venezuelan Oil Embargo Mean for United States? AP Explains
Venezuelan oil exports to the U.S. have declined steadily over the years, falling particularly sharply over the past decade as ...
STATEMENT: Barr’s Record Demonstrates That He Is Too Extreme To Be Attorney General
Barr has long supported tough-on-crime policies that run counter to criminal justice reform.
New York Federal Judge Blocks Citizenship Question From The 2020 Census
The Trump administration will likely appeal today’s ruling, setting up further potential showdowns in the Second Circuit Court ...
Barr’s Record on Democracy, Criminal Justice, Civil Rights, Immigration, and Economic Justice
Barr first auditioned to be Trump’s defense attorney, having at least one meeting with him on the topic.
A Voice for the Forgotten Minority
Some nonprofit leaders grumble privately that Mizrahi sometimes claims credit for efforts that were already underway.
Can Trump Declare a National Emergency To Build His Wall?
Such a move is sure to spark a flood of legal challenges questioning the president’s authority as well as whether the situation...
U.S President Trump Lays Out His Case in a Live Televised Address for a Southern Border Wall
He blamed an upsurge in crimes in the U.S on undocumented immigrants during his live address.
Talks Resume Between Both Sides as Trump Threatens Government Shutdown Could Last Years
Trump is framing the upcoming weekend talks as progress, while Democrats are emphasizing families unable to pay bills.
United States Fires Tear Gas Across Mexico's Border to Stop Migrants
The agency said 25 migrants were detained while others crawled back into Mexico through a hole under the fence.