Trump had a terrible week of legal drama—even for Trump.
More than 86,000 meatpacking workers have contracted COVID and more than 400 have died since the beginning of the pandemic.
“This is one of my great disappointments,” Robert Redfield told the House committee investigating the Trump White House’s COVID response.
Dr. Deborah Birx told congressional investigators that by implementing her recommendations, Trump could have saved thousands of lives.
Abdul Ghani Baradar was captured by the CIA and spent years in prison before being freed by the Trump administration. He's likely to be the Taliban's new head of government.
Lawyers say they haven't been able to find the parents of hundreds of kids taken from their parents under the "zero tolerance" family separation policy.
The internal document, obtained by NBC News, guided officials toward sympathetic statements about Kyle Rittenhouse.
The administration spent three years fighting for the right to stop minors, including those impregnated by their rapists, from ending their pregnancies.
The order shields certain non-paying tenants from eviction until the end of the year, but it doesn't cancel rent.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services says it won't go ahead with a plan to furlough 70% of its workforce.