Jeff Sessions' Last Act: Preventing the DOJ From Investigating Discriminatory Police Departments
Before leaving office, Sessions signed an order to ensure that the Department of Justice disengaged from its role in investigating and reforming police departments that repeatedly violate citizens' civil rights.
Mid-Term Voting Disrupted by Humidity and Wet Weather in New York City Polling Places
The five boroughs saw unusually high precipitation on Tuesday, with nearly 100 percent humidity, as New Yorkers trudged through the rain to cast their ballots.
National Labor Relations Board Member Appointed by Trump Faces Ethics Questions
William Emanuel has made decisions on NLRB cases that set beneficial precedents for clients represented by his previous employer.
Five Covert Techniques Used by Trump to Cut Government Oversight
How the Trump administration skirts the obstacles that make it hard for federal agencies to deregulate industries.
Trump's Pick for Lead Mining Regulator Once Sabotaged Mining Regulations
Steve Gardner's engineering company was dropped for performing "junk science" to discredit a regulation that it was hired to help prepare.