After about two weeks as president, Donald Trump is facing 50 lawsuits. The Obama administration faced just five suits during the same period of time.
Violent protests erupted at the University of California, Berkeley, on Wednesday over a speech by the Breitbart editor. Two Berkeley students are divided over the school's cancellation of the speech.
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Sarah Posner, a reporter with The Nation's Investigative Fund, talks about how the Steve Bannon-Jeff Sessions-Mike Pence nexus is influencing President Trump's policies.
When she appeared at the recent Women's March event in Hawaii, state Rep. Beth Fukumoto spoke about being booed and insulted at her party's convention last summer.
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Tillerson's reverent message was well-received by many diplomats after the White House called on them, in response to recent dissent over the Trump administration, to "get with the program" or leave,
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Yesterday's House hearing on transportation and infrastructure became a debate on how to pay for Trump's trillion dollar plan. One GOP lawmaker called the it "the 900-pound gorilla in the room."
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And we mean the word "home" literally. In the past week, demonstrators have parked their signs — and their frustrations — outside the homes of Democratic politicians.
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Before the National Prayer Breakfast, Trump told the audience "don't worry" about his tense phone calls with leaders and promised to "totally destroy" a law barring churches from preaching politics.
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Democrats are limited in what they can do as a minority party to block Trump nominees. As they boycott hearings, Republicans suspend normal rules twice to clear the new president's Cabinet picks.
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After reports of an acrimonious discussion about refugees with Australia's prime minister surface, President Trump says, "I will study this dumb deal!"
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The White House is confident that Trump is on the right side of the visa and travel ban. Here's why.
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Judge Neil Gorsuch was friends with the late justice and subscribed to the judicial philosophy of "originalism" he popularized. So what is it exactly? The doctrine has plenty of critics.
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Protesters smashed windows and started a bonfire during a demonstration against an appearance by the far-right, self-described provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, an editor with Breitbart News.
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Democratic senators could filibuster the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. But it is unclear if this is a wise move, or if this would cost them politically in the future.
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Rachel Martin talks to Joel Wit of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies about the issues for Mattis' trip, which begins in South Korea on Thursday, and then moves to Japan.
David Greene talks to Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, who has said if Neil Gorsuch is out of the mainstream, he will pursue every legal tool to block Gorsuch's nomination.
A Syrian family in Jordan had their bags packed for the U.S. until the Trump administration's ban on refugees started. The family sold their belongings before trying to travel to New York.
Steve Inskeep talks to David Brock, founder of Media Matters for America and the Democratic SuperPAC American Bridge, who has been fundraising to try to launch the liberal version of the Tea Party.
After a ballistic missile test, Trump national security adviser Mike Flynn said Iran is "on notice." Rachel Martin talks to Karim Sadjadpour of the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace.
The Trump presidency's early days have been anything but uneventful. Trump voters in Algonquin, Ill., praise both the pace and content of his actions, from the travel ban to his Supreme Court nominee.
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