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The broad use of such injunctions illustrate how the federal district courts have undermined executive authority, the attorney general said in a speech on Tuesday evening.
Nationwide Injunctions Speak to Judiciary’s Growing Power, Barr Says
In Vermont, Democrats are pushing for an amendment protecting abortion rights in the State Constitution. Elsewhere, demonstrators were marching outside statehouses on Tuesday.
As Some States Limit Abortion, Others Move to Protect Abortion Rights
On the eve of a meeting with Democratic leaders, President Trump insisted they put aside a plan to rebuild roads and airports until after passing a new trade pact with Mexico and Canada.
Trump Shifts Gears on Infrastructure, Demanding Trade Come First
Johnny DeStefano, a counselor to the president, and Shahira Knight, the White House legislative affairs director, announced their departures.
Two Senior Aides to Leave the White House
A draft legal memo written by agency staff members said the president must use executive privilege to block congressional requests.
I.R.S. Memo Undercuts Mnuchin on Withholding Trump’s Tax Returns
Mr. Beshear, the son of the state’s former governor, will face Matt Bevin, who survived a closer-than-expected vote on the Republican side.
Andy Beshear Wins Democratic Primary for Kentucky Governor
Taquan Air, which operates sightseeing tours and regular air service, was involved in two crashes within a week, officials said. Eight people were killed.
Airline Involved in 2 Deadly Alaska Crashes Suspends Operations, Officials Say
The release of John Walker Lindh, captured during the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, is highlighting questions about his reintegration into society.
John Walker Lindh, Known as the ‘American Taliban,’ Is Set to Leave Federal Prison This Week
Some Progressive Democrats have joined calls for an impeachment inquiry, arguing that it will strengthen the party’s efforts to stop President Trump’s stonewalling.
Democratic Calls for Impeachment Inquiry Grow as Leaders Instead Vow to Toughen Tactics
Bryan Carmody, a night-crawling stringer in the Bay Area, won the support of press-freedom activists, although he may not be a conventional journalist.
After Police Raid and a Hearing, a San Francisco Freelancer Will Get His Property Back