Immigrants Who Escaped The Texas Camp Crackdown Are Facing Another Set Of Dire Circumstances In Mexico
“I’d like to stay here in Mexico, but I’m scared because I don’t have permission to be here,” one immigrant told BuzzFeed News. “I don't know what to do."
It’s audits all the way down.
Republican Lawmakers Are Pressing Ahead With Anti-Abortion Laws, With Or Without The Supreme Court’s Help
A fight over Georgia’s six-week ban shows what state-level anti-abortion efforts could look like depending on whatever the Supreme Court does next.
David Neal left in 2019, when many immigration judges were concerned about how Trump had reshaped the work the court was doing.
“Honestly, I don’t know how much longer I can stay at DHS if this continues,” one official said.
With their party divided and a key deadline just days away, Democratic leaders announced a deal on a “framework” Thursday.
A judge rebuffed the government’s argument that releasing more surveillance videos posed a national security risk.
Progressives and centrists are holding major pieces of legislation hostage, and both have the numbers to make good on their threats.
The new US international travel guidelines will start in November and will require testing, contact tracing information, and masking requirements, as well as full vaccinations.
These People Are Telling Their Abortion Stories As The Supreme Court Prepares To Hear Its Biggest Reproductive Rights Case In Decades
More than 6,600 people signed their names to a new brief supporting abortion rights: “I hope the justices read every single one of them.”
It Was Billed As A Pro–Jan. 6 Rally To Support “Nonviolent” Capitol Rioters, But Only A Few People Showed Up
A former Donald Trump staffer succeeded in getting a lot of media attention, but Trump himself didn’t acknowledge the rally, and members of Congress avoided it.
"Justice For J6" Says They're Rallying For Nonviolent Offenders. Most Alleged Capitol Rioters In Jail Are Charged With Violent Crimes.
The “Justice for J6” rally is being pitched as support for “nonviolent offenders,” but that doesn’t describe charges against most defendants in jail.
After Tense Fights, An FDA Panel Said Pfizer Boosters Should Go To Older Adults And Others At High Risk
The advisory panel of outside health experts recommended that a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine be authorized for people over 65 and those at high risk, rejecting the benefit for the general population.
Pennsylvania Republicans Are Subpoenaing Millions Of Voters’ Personal Information To Determine "Whether Or Not They Exist"
Pennsylvania Republicans are joining in on the pro-Trump audit craze, as Democrats vow to take to them to court.
The Democratic governor survived an attempt to remove him from office, after weeks of anxiety from Democrats around the country.
Californians are voting on whether to remove Gov. Gavin Newsom from office. See the results as they come in.
Ahead of his Senate confirmation hearing on Wednesday, the environmental lawyer has become a target of the far right’s bogus narrative around race.
The party is planning to raise taxes on corporate investors and the wealthy to pay for social programs, but is not fundamentally reforming a system that allows billionaires to skirt paying taxes.
Former staffers who worked for Rep. Pramila Jayapal, a House Democrat who built her reputation on being a champion of workers, say her treatment of her staff was often inconsistent with her public image.
The man was arrested not far from where a pipe bomb was left on Jan. 5 and just days before another right-wing rally is planned for the Capitol.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is considered likely to survive a recall attempt this week, but the fact that it’s even a question has Democrats around the country on edge.
Judges nominated by Donald Trump have staked out strong anti-abortion stances in their short time on the bench.
Florida Republicans have shied away from fully supporting the Texas abortion ban in the latest split for the anti-abortion movement.
The state’s first hearing featured testimony about an audit backed by Trump supporters that didn’t actually find any election issues.
The biggest legislative battle of the year began this week with Democrats promising sweeping new support programs for parents.
All companies with more than 100 employees will be required to ensure their workers are either fully vaccinated or tested weekly.
SB 8, which has effectively stopped most abortions in Texas, took effect after the Supreme Court refused to step in this month.
Arizona's Election “Audit” Isn’t Done, But Two Trump-Supporting Republicans Are Just Declaring Victory For Him Anyway
There’s no end to the Arizona audit in sight. But with other Trump backers looking to take up audits of their own, some are ready to just call it a win.
A lot of people thought this summer would be great, but most people seem totally fried and at loose ends instead — expectations keep getting subverted, and anger keeps flowing into the void.
Jacob Chansley pleaded guilty to one felony charge for obstructing Congress.