"I don't recognize the country anymore with these kinds of Stasi-like things happening," said Clark.
The global situation for refugees has only deteriorated — and eight months into the federal fiscal year, the U.S. refugee resettlement program is on track to resettle fewer than 19,000 individuals this year, far from that 125,000 ceiling.
The former Meadows aide said Sunday that she "heard it directly from someone with firsthand knowledge."
The couple, who have publicly clashed over their opinions on Trump, has remained married despite their tumultuous relationship.
"Washington is a place where decision-makers will make decisions, but it takes a staff to execute and implement them," committee member Jamie Raskin said.
Fiona Hill cited his isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic as one of the reasons behind his decision to go to war.
The surest way for Musk to see his agenda implemented is to hire like-minded executives who will hire like-minded subordinates.
The loan was administered under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act program for companies deemed as "critical to maintaining national security."
Alyssa Farah Griffin's criticism follows Trump backing J.D. Vance and Mehmet Oz this week, moves that angered many Republicans.
A government task force is facing immense challenges in reuniting more than 1,000 children who were separated from their families by the Trump administration.
Miller had previously resisted appearing before the House committee probing the U.S. Capitol riot.
The Republican congressional lawmakers voted against a House measure in support of preserving and investigating evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine.
North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile this week, prompting the former vice president's remarks.
Far from leaving the Biden team with "no plan," we left it 65 meticulously developed, fully evaluated plans.
The complaint argues that because Miller's phone is connected to a shared family plan, the committee's request for phone records was too broad.
Former President Donald Trump's cardinal virtues appear to extend to the accumulation of wealth and fame. This is consistent with many non-religious Americans—compared to evangelicals—who tend to find meaning in their lives through finances.
The Biden rule change on public charge is more than just another arcane entry in the Federal Register.
A report said that even after Ryan Zinke said he would break ties with a foundation involved with the project, he continued working with the organization.
The deal will suspend the 25 percent levy on steel imports from Japan coming into the U.S. up to a certain threshold.
Donald Trump dismissed claims people were "exhausted" by his presidency, arguing that if he didn't fight back, he wouldn't have been in office for long.
"At least 50 Congressional candidates this cycle have QAnon ties," former Homeland Security official Miles Taylor warned on Twitter.
Pompeo said he started exercising "nearly every day," "eating right," and "the weight just started to come off."
"Last year I was on the front line of the COVID war...and now I'm on the front line of the culture war, and I don't want to be there," one teacher said.
The panel is asking the Supreme Court to maintain an appeals court's ruling, which said that the National Archives should give them access to the documents.
Most of the children who are now back with their families are from Central America, and about 350 more reunifications are currently in progress.
The USDA's methods for calculating the amount of damage to each county were faulty, resulting in overpayment and inconsistent payment, the report said.
A challenge is on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, coming from a failed attempt to overturn the ban at the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver.
"Number one, we believe the immigration system should not be reserved to the wealthy," U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Ur Jaddou said.
"This is a flagrant example of a federal agency using its power to examine the contacts of journalists," AP Executive Editor Julie Pace wrote in a letter.