Mr. Biden has thrown himself into a contest fought on the smallest of political stages: an off-year special election for a seat in the State Senate.
By DANIEL VICTOR February 22, 2017 Over the objections of some residents, a Muslim group won the fight to build a mosque in Sterling Heights, Mich., after the city on Tuesday settled a lawsuit by the Justice Department that accused officials of religious discrimination. The group, the American Islamic Community Center, applied to Sterling… Continue reading
The president will issue guidelines to rescind rules that allow the students to use the bathrooms of their choice at school, an order that caused an internal rift.
The Supreme Court said that a psychologist’s testimony in the murder case of Duane Buck was laced with “a particularly noxious strain of racial prejudice.”
Thousands of pages of emails show that Mr. Pruitt, as Oklahoma attorney general, worked closely with companies to battle environmental regulation.
The Latino Victory Fund will hold a meeting in Washington next week to begin recruiting candidates for local, state and federal office.
Wednesday: A snapshot of hate in California, flooding in San Jose and Congress members come home to face questions.
The voters who decided the last election might not decide the next. The road to a Democratic House starts in Orange County in California.
An off-the-books operation, meant to finance undercover work, is the subject of a lawsuit that has been kept nearly entirely sealed for years.
By MITCH SMITH and ALAN BLINDER February 22, 2017 FARGO, N.D. — Activists protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline remained camped along the banks of the Missouri River as a Wednesday afternoon deadline loomed for them to leave. The protesters, who believe the almost-completed 1,172-mile pipeline would imperil the drinking water supply on the nearby Standing… Continue reading