Multiple members of President Donald Trump's re-election campaign knew that one of the campaign's consultants was the creator of the Joe Biden parody site before his identity was disclosed last week.
The report found substantial benefits for low-income workers but came with a major caveat for the labor force.
A Boca Raton high school principal appeared to accommodate Holocaust denialism at his school, according to a cache of newly released e-mails.
The royal newborn is two months old and received the private ceremony led by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Windsor Castle.
Rasmussen Reports has given Trump generous approval ratings, but in a new head-to-head matchup, they found Biden besting him in 2020.
The police department announced the move on Friday one month after a cache of officers' Facebook posts was made public.
President Donald Trump on Friday said that he thinks Border Patrol does "a great job" operating its facilities on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Two fireworks importers will donate $750,000 in equipment and personnel to the president's Fourth of July military parade.
A new poll released Wednesday showed Biden maintaining a healthy lead over his rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination.
"The News Reports about the Department of Commerce dropping its quest to put the Citizenship Question on the census is incorrect or, to state it differently, FAKE!" Trump tweeted.
The cancellation of a citizenship question follows a months-long legal dispute between the Trump administration and litigants in three separate, federal jurisdictions.
"Urgent issues... require immediate attention and action," writes acting DHS Inspector General Jennifer Costello.
"They stated that they will try to get us a response this week or next week, but gave no firm commitments," a spokesperson for Pressley told Newsweek.
"We'll fight for our members right there and across the nation, and defend their interests like never before," an NRA representative told Newsweek in response to a tweet from the president.
Only a tiny disclaimer at the bottom of the site reveals its purpose as a form of "entertainment and political commentary."
The president's remarks received near-instantaneous scorn, with some questioning whether he even understands what the practice of desegregation busing was.
"We told him at the end that he had won this battle by the many lives he had touched," his family said.
The expanded ban excludes an additional 79 miles of the border near Tucson and El Centro, Calif., from being used for wall construction.
"I am requesting the National Rifle Association of America (NRA) make public documents that can help determine if wrongdoing by the NRA has occurred," he wrote.
In 2016, the Perception Institute released a study finding a real and quantifiable bias against black persons wearing natural hair. New California laws aim to change that.
"This bill will provide students and parents the information they need when selecting a university that aligns with their identity and values," the bill's sponsor said.
Legal experts balked at the president's suggestion, saying it could contradict key Justice Department legal arguments or, at its most extreme, disregard the U.S. Constitution.
"The argument that we needed the question to enforce the Voting Rights Act has little ground," one former Census Bureau director told Newsweek.
"What is certain is this: no customer should ever be spit upon," Aviary's owner told Newsweek.
On Sunday, the top five morning talk shows hosted political heavy hitters to discuss the news of the day but Carroll's allegations were hardly mentioned.
"If I announce tomorrow that I'm going to become a nice, liberal Democrat, I would pick up five times more followers," Trump claimed without evidence.
"This case should have been dismissed," Justice Department spokesperson Kelly Laco told Newsweek in a written statement.