Groups Decry Trump Plan to Demand Social Media Passwords At US Border By
DHS Secretary John Kelly has defended the idea, saying that if travelers "don't cooperate...they can go back."
Federal Court: Texas Crafted Voter ID Law To Hurt Minority Voters By
"The court's decision...should issue the death knell for burdensome voter ID requirements in Texas and across the country."
Remember Iraq? Bolivian Ambassador Blasts US For Another Illegal Attack By
"The United States has not only unilaterally attacked," Llorenti said, "the United States has become that investigator, has become the prosecutor, has become the judge, has become the jury."
Lawsuits Pile Up Against Trump’s Keystone Pipeline Order By
One of the suits accuses President Donald Trump's State Department of relying on an "outdated and incomplete environmental impact statement" in its decision making.
With Epic GOP Failure, Dems Urged To Go Bold With Medicare-For-All By
Americans rallied against the GOP to defend their right to healthcare, Democrats are being urged to seize on the moment.
Trump Demands Vote For Widely Unpopular American Health Care Act By
Trump issued a stark ultimatum to wavering House Republicans, that if they don't get behind the AHCA, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare, will remain the "law of the land."
Kentucky’s New ‘Religious Freedom’ Law Greenlights Hate Speech By
The so-called 'Charlie Brown bill' also welcomes religious texts in schools.
US Airstike Hits Syrian Mosque Killing Dozens By
While rescuers continue to search rubble for civilian victims, the attack has been widely condemned as war crime.
New Leak Puts “Stake In The Heart” Of Trump’s Muslim Ban Rationale By
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow revealed a telling internal document which proves that extreme vetting is 'bull-pucky.'
Senators Urge Trump Administration To Investigate Wave Of Attacks As Hate Crimes By
Twenty-five senators sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions highlighting the 'alarming increase in bias-motivated violence.'