several current and former officials are testifying before lawmakers on tuesday, and even those who are not there to talk about russia will probably be asked about it.
here’s what you need to know to start your day.
tuesday: a conversation with mr. schiff, the price tag for universal health care in california, and reader opinions on charter schools.
the state has been at the leading edge of the resistance to president trump. but of all the battles, none has the global implications of climate change.
living under draconian state laws, arizona activists honed an effective strategy for keeping undocumented immigrants in the country. can the same tools still work today?
baltimore-area renters complain about a property owner they say is neglectful and litigious. few know their landlord is the president’s son-in-law.
read about how the other side thinks: what’s really behind “trump derangement syndrome,” the likelihood of impeachment and a progressive argument against “buy american.”
it was the first ground raid in yemen that the military has acknowledged since a jan. 29 attack in which one navy seal and as many as 25 civilians were killed.
the white house has released more details of its federal budget proposal, which includes substantial cuts to medicaid and other aid for the poor.
here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
food stamps, medicaid and welfare payments would all be slashed, but medicare and social security retirement income would remain untouched in the proposal.
a memorandum released by the justice department appeared to undercut president trump’s threats to starve uncooperative localities of all federal funding.
president trump’s first budget promises booming economic growth, sharp tax cuts and an end to federal deficits. experts say it’s too good to be true.
the package calls for spending more than $2.6 billion for border security — including $1.6 billion to begin work on a border wall — and slashing more than $800 billion from medicaid.
maryland law enforcement urged patience and said they would not determine whether to call the killing a hate crime until after a homicide investigation.
the new hampshire boarding school named 13 former faculty and staff members who it said had engaged in sexual misconduct with students.
the supreme court ruled that state lawmakers had violated the constitution by relying too heavily on race in drawing the congressional districts.
his failure to disclose income from russian and turkish sources, and his apparent attempt to mislead the pentagon, could put mr. flynn in legal jeopardy.
the secretary of homeland security, john f. kelly, pushed the departure date to january 2018, though haitian officials had requested a longer extension.
by a new metric that takes into account economic means, some countries are making surprising gains in health, while the united states lags behind.