The Republican-led Senate confirmed Jeff Sessions as attorney general on Wednesday, setting the stage for the next battle.
About 6.8 million of the nation's roughly 11.1 million undocumented immigrants are clustered in 20 urban areas, according to a new analysis – but in most areas the majority of undocumented immigrants do not live in the cities themselves.
Jackson, a populist outsider, was the first president to employ a full-time artist, who operated in a manner not unlike the White House photographers of today.
Heavy snowfall brings school closures, canceled flights, and 'thundersnow.'
Newly released records show that city officials had responded to numerous complaints over the years from and about the site.
The nearly party-line 52-47 vote concluded a bitter confirmation battle and continues a divisive week in the US Senate in general. The next cabinet nominee, Rep. Tom Price for health secretary, is also expected to bring staunch opposition from Democrats.
President Trump has attacked the judge who put a hold on his executive order on immigration. US presidents are usually hesitant to do so.
Previous proposals involving the inclusion of social media profiles in background checks have met with swift criticism from civil-liberty groups. This time is no different.
The United States military is looking to rent space in New York's 58-story Trump Tower, a building of which the president is both the owner and a long-time resident, a Pentagon spokesperson said Wednesday.