• Why the Trump administration keeps losing in court

    Federal judges have ruled against the Trump administration at least 63 times over the past two years. It’s an extraordinary record of legal defeat that has stymied large parts of the president’s agenda on the environment, immigration and other matters.

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  • Trump still hasn’t explicitly expressed sympathy for Muslims after the mosque massacre

    President Trump has a long history of disparaging Muslims and other minorities, while simultaneously refusing to forcefully condemn white supremacy and violent nationalism.

  • New Zealand moving swiftly to pass gun control after mosque shooting

    New Zealand’s coalition government plans to formally unveil strict new gun laws within the next week as a direct response to the attacks on the mosques in Christchurch.

  • Terror attacks at mosques in New Zealand

    Forty-nine people are dead and scores more are seriously injured after a heavily armed gunman clad in military-style gear opened fire during prayers at a mosque in the center of Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday.

  • The unfriendly skies

    Following days of resistance, the FAA issued an emergency order grounding Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 jets. President Trump announced the abrupt about-face Wednesday, after U.S. officials found themselves alone in allowing the planes to remain in the air.