President is hoping his presence will propel Republican Kris Kobach to victory in the governor’s race.
With one month until Election Day, the court battle plays out in different directions based on the political landscape.
Republican candidates vow to defend expanded insurance coverage, which would be excluded under measures they sought, but they have not said how.
Watchdogs and career staff say the agency under Trump prioritizes loyalty over expertise.
A federal judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit against Housing Secretary Ben Carson and his agency, dealing a blow to advocates challenging how the Department of Housing and Urban Development enforces fair housing laws.
The Department of Justice on Friday formally opposed an effort by Facebook to dismiss a lawsuit by several housing groups, arguing that the social media platform may be held legally responsible if advertisers violate fair-housing laws by using its ad-targeting tools.
Mel Watt, a former North Carolina congressman who now serves as the powerful regulator of mortgage giants Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, is under investigation for allegedly making inappropriate sexual advances to an employee
The NAACP today lifted its nine-month travel advisory against American Airlines, after determining that the company has made progress in addressing concerns of mistreatment of black passengers.
Poverty experts are skeptical of the push for work requirements and accuse the White House of understating the scope of the problem.
Despite a policy against selling products that promote hatred, the retail giant’s online store as well as its publishing, music-streaming and Web services platforms facilitate the spread of racist ideology, according to a new report.