Administration officials have been planning a crackdown on homelessness in California.
A short-term spending bill aimed at staving off a government shutdown Oct. 1 is likely to include farm bailout provisions sought by the Trump administration. The development comes after moderate House Democrats objected to leaders' plans to omit the provisions.
The Trump administration has asked Congress for help spending billions on farmers caught up in its China trade war, but Democrats are balking.
The trip brings into sharp focus the Trump administration’s tightly held effort to spotlight and intervene in California’s growing homeless population.
President Trump has directed aides to launch a major crackdown on homelessness in California, spurring an effort across multiple government agencies to determine how to deal with sprawling tent camps on the streets of Los Angeles and other cities, officials said.
Administration officials have discussed using the federal government to get homeless people off the streets of Los Angeles and other areas and into new government-backed facilities.
Two senior officials involved in the bailout said they have concerns about the scope of the nearly $30 billion program
A report commissioned by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) found just half of the poorest 50-somethings in 1992 are still alive today, compared with nearly three-quarters of the richest.
It is sometimes necessary to negotiate with “bad actors,” the secretary of state said a day after Trump announced the cancellation of the previously undisclosed summit.
The attorneys general are probing contracts that prevent workers from switching franchises, a practice that some economists say drags down wages for millions of Americans.