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Injustice & The Trump Agenda

How might the dismantling of institutions and safeguards harm the poor, the vulnerable and the outspoken

Legislative rollback of Obama-era worker safety rules awaits Trump’s signature

Senate approves second of two measures that would roll back worker safety rules.

FEC commissioner sends letter to President Trump: Where is your proof of voter fraud?

Democratic appointee Ellen Weintraub said she decided that it was necessary to make her request directly to the president after hearing from voters around the country concerned about his allegations.

High court rules public schools must do more to educate special-needs kids

The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that school districts must go the extra mile to accommodate students with disabilities.

Analysis | If Trump restricts skilled immigrants, the U.S. could lose jobs to other countries

If U.S. companies can't hire who they need here, they will look abroad.

Why Steve Bannon Wants You to Believe in the Deep State

What better way to decimate the bureaucracy than to convince Americans it’s treacherous?

Under Trump, Undocumented Immigrants Who Suffer Abuse May Face an Impossible Choice: Silence or Deportation

For years, the U.S. has given undocumented victims of abuse a safe path to citizenship. They may now face an impossible choice: silence or deportation.

Fourth-grade robotics team told to go back to Mexico. Resistance sends them to World Championships.

A GoFundMe campaign to pay for their championship project quickly exceeded its goal.

No one is safe: Ex-North Carolina police chief rips customs agents for detaining him because of his name

A retired police chief from Greenville, North Carolina harshly criticized immigration officials who pulled him out of line, stripped him of his possessions and detained him due to his name.

Rural Areas Brace for a Shortage of Doctors Due to Visa Policy

Small-town America relies on a program that attracts foreign physicians to underserved areas. A recent federal change, however, could delay newcomers.

Sessions Justice Dept. rushes judges to 12 cities to speed up deportations

The U.S. Justice Department is developing plans to temporarily reassign immigration judges from around the country to 12 cities to speed up deportations of illegal immigrants who have been charged with crimes, according to two administration officials.

Trump's Policies Are Keeping Hispanics Away from Church

Pew finds fear even among 7 in 10 Christian green card holders.

What Does It Mean to Be a 'Sanctuary City' in the Trump Era?

Cities and immigration advocates are trying to figure out how to offer meaningful protection to undocumented immigrants.

Federal judge blocks new travel ban; Trump calls it 'judicial overreach'

A federal judge in Hawaii blocked President Donald Trump's new travel ban on Wednesday afternoon, hours before the ban was set to go into effect.

Federal judge in Hawaii freezes President Trumps new travel ban

Judge was one of three to hear challenges in to the revised executive order on Wednesday.

Texans Receive First Notices of Land Condemnation for Trump's Border Wall

The government offered $2,900 for 1.2 acres near the Rio Grande. If Flores chooses not to accept the offer, the land could be seized through eminent domain.

American citizens: U.S. border agents can search your cellphone

NBC News found 25 cases where border agents demanded that U.S. citizens, nearly all Muslim, hand over their phones at airports and border crossings.

Dem senator: Visa interviews halted for Afghans who helped US troops

The U.S. Embassy in Kabul has stopped interviewing people applying for visas under a program intended to help interpreters who assisted U.S. troops who now face threats to their lives, a Democratic senator said Thursday.

Judge blocks Trump administration from banning Syrian family

Muslim man granted asylum working to win approval for wife and daughter to leave Aleppo and join him in US

Maryland joins states suing over Trump's travel ban

Maryland on Friday became the fifth state to join a legal challenge seeking to block the Trump administration's revised travel ban in court.

Somaliland To Trump: Take Us Off Your Travel Ban

The self-declared republic believes it should not be included on the list along with Somalia. 'We are two different states," says the foreign minister. It's a long story.

Washington State Wants Judge's Restraining Order Applied To Trump's New Travel Ban

State Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Thursday he will ask the judge who stayed the first travel ban nationwide to extend that stay to the revised ban. Several other states are joining the lawsuit.

Washington State Wants Judge's Restraining Order Applied To Trump's New Travel Ban

State Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Thursday he will ask the judge who stayed the first travel ban nationwide to extend that stay to the revised ban. Several other states are joining the lawsuit.