Biden went after Trump for denying detained children beds, blankets, and toothbrushes. But the Obama administration did the same thing, albeit in different circumstances.
Without action from the president or Congress, DACA is unlikely to survive through the end of the year.
The secretary of education's plans threaten to make it more difficult for victims of sexual discrimination to seek justice, and might in turn hinder her goal of strengthening due process.
The Environmental Protection Agency published on Tuesday a proposed rule to replace Obama-era proposed regulations on coal power plants.
After a year of battle in the courts, young immigrants fear that their protection from deportation could soon end.
Every similar pre-Trump memo that Pacific Standard found from the last 15 years identified climate science as a top priority.
John Holdren and others are still at work, trying to influence federal science policy.
Harvard University and Google together launched a center on Wednesday that "will seek to reduce the use of harmful chemicals in building products and materials."
Last year a bipartisan effort to force more transparency about military aid failed after objections from the Pentagon. Will the same thing happen this year?
The White House needs to push new policies and trade agreements.
FEMA maps that dictate insurance premiums for millions of Americans are dangerously outdated. Can we get them ready before another Katrina or Sandy?