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Kate Rabinowitz is a Graphics Reporter at The Washington Post. She previously worked at Propublica. She joined The Post in 2018.
The 55 miles of new barriers authorized under the new government spending bill will be built in the easternmost section of the border, the Rio Grande Valley Sector. But there are some caveats.
The partial shutdown threatens an untold legion of workers in private companies that do business with shut-down agencies.
Trump’s consistently rallied for a wall, but his wall has taken on different heights, lengths, costs and materials over time.
See how much money you would have if you invested at various points in the last two decades.
The Russia investigation will continue, but farm service centers will close.
More people died from opioid overdoses than homicides last year in D.C. But D.C.’s victims are black men who have been left by their government without basic help.
A generation of African American heroin users is dying in the opioid epidemic nobody is talking about.
The new director will probably continue gutting the agency, but with their new majority in the House, Democrats have a way to push back.