How the GM Strike Threatens Trump in 2020
The president won the Rust Belt with his promise to save manufacturing jobs. Now auto workers are striking—and Democrats are pouncing.
5 hours ago
Democrats Want to Give Trump a Win on Gun Control. Here's What They're Offering.
“I think Republicans desperately want to vote on a background checks bill,” Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) said.
a day ago
Border Patrol Agent Who Called Migrants “Savages” Pleads Guilty After Hitting Guatemalan with Truck
The agent admitted to intentionally hitting a Guatemalan migrant with a truck.
A Cartel Kingpin’s Son Just Claimed His Prize for Testifying Against El Chapo
Vicente Zambada, who has admitted to ordering people killed, was sentenced to 15 years and could walk free in under 5.
We're Buying Into a Giant Lie About Plastic
All in all, only 9 percent of the world’s plastic scrap gets recycled.
Louisiana’s Democratic Governor Just Signed One of the Strictest Abortion Bans into Law
It's the fifth state to pass a "fetal heartbeat" ban — following Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi and Ohio.
What You Need to Know About Trump's New Trade War With Mexico
If Trump makes good on his late-night tweets, American auto makers, and their customers, will feel the pain.
The mueller report
Mueller Says Charging Trump Would've Been Unconstitutional. These Legal Scholars Beg To Differ.
“There’s nothing in the Constitution that says directly that a president can’t be indicted,” said Ric Simmons, professor of law at the University of Ohio.
Kim Jong Un Reportedly Executed His U.S. Envoy After Failed Trump Summit
The dictator reportedly had five foreign ministry officials executed and a top aide banished to a forced labor camp.
William Barr Doesn’t Care About His Critics Because Ultimately "Everyone Dies"
The attorney general finds comfort in nihilism.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May Just Announced She's Resigning
After two years and three failed attempts at Brexit deal, it's over.
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Modi Made the Indian Election About National Security. It Paid Off.
After a terrorist attack killed 44 soldiers in Kashmir, Modi seized the opportunity to portray himself as India’s Chowkidar, or “Guardian.”