President tweets that he would be “willing” to shut down the government if Congress does not meet his demands for the wall and several other immigration reforms.
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Letter accuses officials of going far beyond mandates set forth by President Trump.
A former for-profit lobbyist turned department staffer scheduled meetings to discuss two regulations overseeing these institutions—rules that are now being rolled back.
The special counsel's investigation is looking toward Donald Trump's social media.
Arguments from the government, federal employee unions were heavily scrutinized.
A push by House conservatives to remove the deputy attorney general is thin on substance and futile in practice.
The White House will no longer provide public summaries of the president's calls.
The leaked Michael Cohen tape has an odd moment when the future president asks for refreshment.
Attorneys general win round on case citing violations of Emoluments Clauses.
Support For The Endangered Species Act Remains High As Trump Administration And Congress Try To Gut It
As attempts to water down the Endangered Species Act have accelerated, public support for the act has stayed high. Then why do politicians keep trying to weaken the act?