Why Did Trump Invoke Executive Privilege in the Fight Over the Census Citizenship Question?
Here's what you need to know about Trump's assertion of executive privilege and what's ahead in the debate over the citizenship question.
Experts Say a Citizenship Question Would Be Bad for the Census. The Supreme Court Might Allow It Anyway.
The five conservatives on the court seemed ready to rule against three lower courts, a collection of researchers and experts, and five former leaders of the Census Bureau.
Uncertainty Around the 2020 Census Has Local Leaders on the Back Foot
Uncertainty over the government's future operations and the addition of a citizenship question have left cities bracing for chaos during the upcoming census.
Is Asking a Citizenship Question on the Census Legal?
Six lawsuits challenging the legality of the citizenship question, filed by various groups including the states of New York and California, are now pending in federal courts.
Is the Census Bureau Prepared to Cope With Potential Cyber Attacks?
The 2020 census will be the first in the nation's history to be conducted electronically, which will also mean more potential for outside interference.
How the Secretary of Commerce Forced a Citizenship Question Onto the Census
Wilbur Ross ignored many Census Bureau officials' warnings and will include a question about citizenship status in the census for the first time since 1950.
The Trump Administration Reinstates the Citizenship Question on the Census
California's attorney general has already challenged the Trump administration's decision to include the question in federal court.
Wilbur Ross' Chief of Staff Has a Connection With Putin's Inner-Circle
A group of Senate Democrats is requesting an investigation into Wendy Teramoto's business ties to the Russian president's billionaire associates.