The head of the Berkeley teachers’ union is being accused of hypocrisy for sending his daughter to an in-person preschool despite leading the fight against school reopenings over novel coronavirus concerns.
As the U.S.-Mexico border situation spirals downward, new Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Monday blamed his Trump predecessors for leaving him a “gutted” system he said is unable to manage the needs.
State lawmakers racing to pass legislation to stop transgender participation in female sports risk being lapped by the Equality Act as it sprints to the Senate with a boost from the Biden administration.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo repeatedly insisted a female reporter “eat the whole sausage” in front of him in a clip that resurfaced Sunday amid sexual harassment allegations by two former aides.
American taxpayers funded billions of dollars worth of reconstruction projects in Afghanistan that were destroyed or abandoned during the two decades of fighting in the war-torn country, according to a new watchdog report.
The Supreme Court said on Monday it will hear a challenge to the federal government’s denial of Supplemental Social Security Income to residents of Puerto Rico.