Perhaps the most enduring puzzlement about Donald Trump is his ability, if that’s what it is, to attract a faithful political base founded on evangelical Christians, despite his reputation for less than righteous acts and statements.
The ongoing lawsuit against news site BuzzFeed expanded into Europe as a judge compels testimony from two Dutch bank employees. At issue is whether a company named in the so-called Trump dossier was harmed when the document was published.
Weakened U.S. shipping lines take a pass on joining global maritime revolution on autonomous shipping. Norway, China, Finland race ahead with testing, prototypes and implementation of the unmanned ships.
Ramzi bin al Shibh, an alleged 9/11 plot deputy who aspired to be a hijacker but failed to get a U.S. visa, is in an isolation cell for bad behavior at Guantánamo prison — stripped of his legal materials, running water and a bed or mattress.
President Donald Trump’s nominee for Secretary of State faces a challenging road to confirmation with Republicans holding only a slim majority in the Senate and Democrats who once voted for him now opposed.
People of color routinely have difficulty breaking into the legal marijuana business. Lisa Scott, who operates an edible cannabis company in Washington, D.C., explains why in the latest Majority Minority podcast.
A group of Democratic senators is asking the administration to explain its ties to Charles and David Koch after the conservative, wealthy brothers bragged to donors that they were responsible for some of President Donald Trump’s policies his first year in office.
Sen. Thom Tillis flew to Turkey last month to assure a North Carolina pastor that the American people would not forget about him as he awaited trial onaccusations of espionage and aiding terrorist groups.
Activists working with immigrant voters say a “climate of fear” — stoked by rising deportation arrests and the failure of Congress and Trump to strike a deal on DACA — is stirring greater interest in their voter outreach efforts for the upcoming midterms.
Conservative leaders, increasingly worried about a challenging 2018 campaign, are intensifying their appeals to evangelical voters frustrated with Washington, warning that failure to support GOP lawmakers in November will imperil Donald Trump and his agenda.
Facebook is in crisis following allegations that the company allowed a data-analysis firm linked to the Trump campaign to get private information on 50 million Americans before the 2016 elections. But this may be just the beginning of a wider public backlash against Facebook and many other big tech firms.
Supreme Court decisions and case law make it almost impossible to hold law enforcement officers liable for excessive force, to stop police brutality, to detect bad cops and to sue municipalities with violent police or sheriff’s departments.
If young people around Washington state register to vote en masse this year, then cast ballots in August and November, they will wield a weapon capable of swaying lawmakers long after the protest placards are put away.