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Playing the clock and asserting absolute immunity from law enforcement and congressional oversight, President Trump is asking the U.S. Supreme Court take up two cases to keep his personal income tax returns from government probers.
Top House Democrats are requesting an emergency review of Chad Wolf’s recent appointment as acting secretary of Homeland Security and Ken Cuccinelli’s appointment as acting deputy secretary.
The leaders of the House Oversight and Homeland Security panels on Friday challenged the legality of recent top appointments at the Department of Homeland Security, including newly installed acting secretary, Chad Wolf.
President Trump failed to convince the full D.C. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to review a decision upholding a congressional subpoena of his tax returns, setting the stage for a potential Supreme Court showdown over the issue.
Democrats are demanding that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo move quickly to discipline aides found by a federal investigation to have mistreated career staffers at the State Department during the early stretch of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Missouri health officials’ efforts to shut down the last abortion clinic within state borders are “a denial of basic healthcare services”, the New York congresswoman Carolyn Maloney said at a House oversight committee hearing on Thursday.
With Missouri potentially on the verge of becoming the only state without a clinic that performs abortions, Democrats in Congress are holding a hearing Thursday to look into the regulation of clinics by state officia
WASHINGTON — More than 47 years after Congress passed a constitutional amendment granting women equal rights, the House took the first step Wednesday to finally make it part of the nation’s founding document.
A prominent GOP redistricting strategist had direct communication with an adviser to the Trump administration concerning the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census, newly released emails show.
WASHINGTON — Not only did the Trump administration lie about reasons for trying to add a citizenship question to the U.S. Census, but the question was vetted by Republican operatives who wanted to cut out Latinos and other minorities, new documents reveal.