President Donald Trump

Border wall construction

How Trump’s border wall demands could lead to a government shutdown


While the Trump administration could be willing to work with the Democratic demands for insurance subsidies to support low-income families on Obamacare, there’s one issue that they do not want to budge on: funding for the president’s border wall.


President Trump, why are scientists finding their research suddenly being censored by the government?

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A group of miners wearing black polos and several onlookers watch President Donald Trump as he holds up a signed version of his most recent executive order, “Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth.”

President Trump, with new coal jobs on the horizon, what will you do to keep miners safe?

Rusty patched bumblebee

President Trump, will you preserve the Endangered Species Act?

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Mental health rally

President Trump, will you make sure mental health coverage is included in the American Health Care Act?

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The craggy ridge of a formation of red rocks is pictured under a cloudless blue sky in Utah.

President Trump, what’s your plan to preserve federal lands?

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The fate of the country’s 640 million acres of federal land is up in the air under President Trump.

Rex Tillerson

When it comes to North Korea, the era of ‘strategic patience’ is over


On Friday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called for an end to Barack Obama’s “strategic patience” policy.


President Trump, why are you shrinking the EPA when Defense Secretary Mattis believes climate change is a national security threat?

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On Thursday, President Donald Trump released his first federal budget — it includes enough policy shockers that even Republicans in Congress say it’s dead on arrival.


Bomb threats are one part of a wave of anti-Semitism in America


The incidents are causing fear across Jewish communities.


President Trump, do you support rehabilitation or incarceration for nonviolent drug offenders?

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Back in 1999, Aaron Glasscock was just 22-years-old and two months shy of graduating from college when he was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for a nonviolent drug offense: conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. Nearly 20 years later, Glasscock is out of prison, as his sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama.