During its second meeting on Tuesday, the Kris Kobach-led group heard presentations that sometimes followed a circular logic.
As unprecedented hurricanes assault coastal U.S. communities, residents and experts fear the storms could unleash contamination the EPA has tried to keep at bay.
In the age of climate change, the only way to protect the American coastal metropolis is to rethink it entirely.
First responders are suing over the exposure they say they suffered following a fire and detonation on the premises of the Arkema facility, which flooded during Hurricane Harvey.
Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands are preparing for the potentially devastating effects of one of the strongest storms to ever hit the region.
Physicians and other professionals are scrambling to contain a multitude of epidemics that might arise after the flood.
Lawyers in Houston are acting as first responders, connecting victims with insurance issues, among others, to pro bono assistance.
A Q&A with U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Kenneth Mapp on how health care works for the country’s insular areas, and how the ongoing debate over health policy affects the millions of citizens who live there
The record floods predicted as the storm stalls on the Texas coast might wreck the federal flood-insurance program, and cause financial ruin for insured and uninsured homeowners alike.
In a memo released Friday, President Trump announced the rollback of an Obama-era order allowing transgender individuals to be recruited by and serve in the United States armed forces.
By finding legislators intentionally discriminated, the ruling could put state elections laws back under control of the Department of Justice.
Memorials to the Lost Cause have always meant something sinister for the descendants of enslaved people.
The return of violent white-supremacist rallies to the city is a special threat to its African American community, but not a new one.
The independent scoring agency finds suspending cost-sharing reductions, if carried out, would increase the costs of premiums and also increase the federal deficit.
An appearance by White House official Omarosa Manigault-Newman underscored the divide between the administration and many African Americans.
Even the most feared white supremacists in the lore of Jim Crow were just regular white men.
Republicans and Democrats in North Carolina are locked in a battle over which party inherits the shame of Jim Crow.
It’s very possible that the activist-athlete will never take another snap in the NFL.
The idea of white victimhood is increasingly central to the debate over affirmative action.
The failed seven-month drama over rolling back Obamacare illustrates just how far the Republican Party has drifted from constituents and good governance.