Despite almost-weekly death threats, New Jersey’s Attorney General wants to use his platform to resist the Trump administration.
The Trump administration announced it will resettle no more than 30,000 refugees next year; aid agencies say the US is “abdicating humanitarian leadership”.
1,186 men, women and children linked to a strike by the International Workers of the World were loaded onto trains from Bisbee, Arizona under armed guard.
Several influential Republican senators have called for Thursday’s Judiciary Committee vote to be delayed after a woman came forward to accuse him of sexual assault.
The newly revised official death toll shows the 2017 storm killed more American citizens than died in the twin towers on 9/11. The real number may be higher still.
The Democratic Socialist won despite a bizarre and bumpy campaign, but other high-profile insurgent candidates lost in New York’s primaries.
The Democratic Party is being pulled towards policies like marijuana legalisation and universal healthcare.
The backlash has been extreme. But so has the support.
Trump’s second Supreme Court pick seems set for Senate confirmation. Here’s what that could mean.
The former mayor of New York is helping launch a cross-country project offering funding for local projects aimed at reducing carbon emissions.
How a group for libertarian law students founded in 1982 has come to dominate the judicial nomination process.