There are few laws dealing with refusing service to a customer based on his or her political views — but until now, it didn’t happen very often.
The two Republican senators have tangled repeatedly with President Trump.
The Supreme Court sidestepped a few key issues.
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How U.S. tough talk is uniting Iranians behind an unpopular regime.
'It wasn't a big deal," says one. 'I don't remember,' says another about whether they laughed, as Trump claims, when he insulted Mark Sanford
Is there a big difference between asylum and illegal immigration? Why don't we just turn people away at the border? How will families be reunited?
Many of the photos depict only boys and young children, leaving questions.
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Techno-nationalism is clearly on the rise in China.
Young candidates with more liberal views are taking aim at House members they see as outdated.
The number of fact-checking organizations has tripled around the globe in four years. But the journalistic movement is increasingly under attack.
The porn star had been expected to discuss potential grand jury testimony.
Activists are calling the agency a fascist organization, but the establishment insists that President Trump is the real problem and ICE can be reformed.
The first lady addressed the annual conference of Students Against Destructive Decisions.
Babies, toddlers and older kids live and wait in unfamiliar places — cold, institutional settings as well as foster homes.
The senator and frequent Trump critic has threatened a rebellion on judicial nominations.
In tweets, he described the immigrants as invaders and wrote that U.S. immigration laws are “a mockery.”
The emails show that Steven Hart and his wife lobbied the EPA to hire a recent college graduate.
Her Senate colleague had saved her from choking at a luncheon using the Heimlich maneuver.
"I've got some relatives who picked cotton, okay?” the Democrat replied.
The statement, issued late Saturday, comes three days after Trump halted migrant family separations amid public outcry.
The Democrats include two African American men, one openly gay man and one immigrant woman.
The reports by a state-controlled website marked the first comments from North Korea on U.S. relations since Trump's shift on the threat posed by Pyongyang.
They came out with stories of children in mylar blankets, sitting on concrete floors, and told reporters that the situation had to be remedied by congressional action.