Washington (CNN) — The Department of Homeland Security Tuesday laid out the Trump administration's plans for aggressive enforcement of immigration laws, including a potentially massive expansion of the
Silicon Valley tech giants are writing a letter to Trump: 'A blanket suspension is not the right approach'
The letter, which Recode claims to have obtained a draft copy of, will be co-written by Apple, Google, Facebook, and Uber, among others. "While security and vetting procedures can and should always be
Trump's executive order curbing immigration has aroused an international outcry, even among U.S. allies, and sown chaos and bewilderment among travelers. Legal challenges have spread with three U.S. states
Don’t pay attention to the administration's spin. The law is clear. President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily barring citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from traveling
The White House moved up the president's announcement that he was nominating Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court by two days, possibly to distract from the firestorm of criticism over his chaotic rollout
ALBERT EDWARDS: Trump is 'a neo-liberal nightmare,' but part of his economic policy 'makes perfect sense'
"The Donald Administration might be a neo-liberal nightmare, but stripping away some of his more controversial rhetoric on immigration, a lot of what he says on the economic front makes perfect sense me,"
We asked former EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy. Here’s what’s keeping her up at night. In the predawn hours on the fifth morning of the Trump administration, seven environmental activists began scaling
The place of religion in civic life The proposition that the ungodly are not up to the demands of virtuous citizenship has been an abiding concern, a commonplace of American political discourse from the