Attorney General William Barr painted NYC as a place ruled by anarchy. Residents disagree.
Oral arguments in the case will likely be heard toward the end of 2020 or early 2021.
An AP report details the White House's decision to shelve CDC guidelines that outline effective ways to resume life amid a health pandemic.
After reports surfaced of the task force being phased out, the President countered, saying it would be focusing on vaccines and reopening.
A memo from the White House said that no task force members would be accepting hearing invitations for the month of May without approval.
Stephen Moore gave two interviews last week where he compared people fighting against stay-at-home orders from the state with the late civil rights icon.
Trump blames government vacancies on coronavirus response and threatens to go over Congress' head to make the appointments himself.
Fauci, the country's leading expert on infectious diseases, is the face of the national response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The former president told followers on Tuesday to get out to vote because America can't afford any more consequences of climate denial.
In a 10-hour deposition with Democrats on Tuesday, the acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, William B. Taylor Jr. called Trump's actions "highly irregular."
Trump Administration Changes Policy On Automatic Citizenship For Children Of Certain U.S. Service Members
The policy statement issued on Wednesday nullifies a previous policy and changes considerations for residency and obtaining citizenship.
Approximately 2,000 undocumented immigrants are being targeted in Trump’s latest series of ICE raids.
The Department of Agriculture wants to rollback assistance for three-quarters of a million people in an effort to "foster self-sufficiency."
Ivanka Trump is now under scrutiny for using her personal e-mail to send messages about government business, even after her father's heavy criticism of Hillary Clinton's private e-mail use.
The Detroit School Board voted 6-1 to rename Benjamin Carson High School of Science and Medicine, but there's still a long road ahead.
The possible production would focus on the parts of the book that "give life to the lesser-known functions of government."
The Department of Health and Human Services is leading efforts to define sex as an unchangeable condition determined by genitalia at birth.