Elizabeth Warren has a plan to cancel student debt, make public college free, and create a fund for HBCUs. Plus: Seth Moulton is officially running for president.
Everything you need to know about the 448-page special counsel’s report.
A breakdown of the massive, 448-page document
The details the special counsel apparently found most important for the public to know
How White House aides survive the whims of the president. Plus, what is George P. Bush up to?
Inside Ivanka Trump’s “snow globe” world. Plus: White House officials reportedly pressured U.S. immigration authorities to release detained immigrants into sanctuary cities.
British police arrest Julian Assange. Plus: Federal prosecutors charged a former White House counsel under Obama, in a case stemming from the Mueller probe.
Meet the 2020 candidate who doesn’t want your vote and has a 17-year-old campaign manager. Plus: Kirstjen Nielsen’s job prospects.
William Barr told Congress it’ll receive a copy of the Mueller report “within a week”—but heavily redacted. Plus: What Israel’s elections mean for American Jews.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned and Secret Service Director Randolph “Tex” Alles was ousted, within 24 hours. Plus: Kamala Harris takes her shot.
More states are adopting software that allows sexual-assault survivors to track their evidence kits.
President Trump hosted NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Plus: Will recent scrutiny of his overly “affectionate” behavior derail Joe Biden’s 2020 ambitions?
Attorney General William Barr says he plans to share Mueller’s report with Congress by mid-April. It’s unclear how much of the nearly 400 page report will be redacted.
GOP members call for the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee to resign. Plus: The Department of Housing and Urban Development sues Facebook
But the House said no, no, no (248–181). Plus: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the crowd at AIPAC’s annual policy conference.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has wrapped up, but Trump and his associates may not be out of legal jeopardy yet.
President Donald Trump told reporters he supports releasing Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s findings to the public. Plus: Who is funding Maria Butina?
President Trump said during a joint press conference with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro that he intends to designate Brazil as a "major non-NATO ally."
The senator from New York officially enters the 2020 race. Plus: Beto O’Rourke's campaign reports that he raised $6.1 million within 24 hours of his announcement.
Forty-nine people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand. Plus: President Trump signs his first veto.