The trade war between China and the U.S. continues to escalate, as President Donald Trump has threatened an additional $100 billion of tariffs against Beijing.
Despite President Donald Trump’s eagerness to withdraw troops from Syria, the U.S. military will remain in the Middle East country to continue the fight against the Islamic State.
President Donald Trump said that he plans to deploy troops along the U.S.-Mexico border until his signature border wall can be built.
The Trump administration filed a lawsuit against California over a state law giving it the power to override the sale of federal lands.
The State Department announced on March 29 that applicants for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas could be required to disclose the social media handles they have used on various platforms over the past five years.
The plaintiffs argue that they have the right to citizenship under the 14th Amendment, which grants American citizenship at birth to anyone born in the country.
Utah has become the first state to legalize what’s known as “free-range parenting,” allowing children to play unsupervised without putting parents at risk of neglect charges.
President Donald Trump has ousted Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and tapped his personal presidential physician as Shulkin’s replacement.
The Trump administration is ending a humanitarian program that allowed thousands of Liberian immigrants to live legally in the U.S.
On March 23, the White House issued a memorandum stating that transgender people are “disqualified from military service except under limited circumstances.”