Although Congress has blocked funding this year to build President Donald Trump’s promised border wall, his administration announced Friday it is moving forward with plans to develop designs.
The social network, already a way to serve divorce papers in some courts, most likely was used by the government to tell a confessed al-Qaida operative about his denaturalization.
To get the true story behind the bot army accused of bolstering Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, “60 Minutes” turned to someone who has spent years mastering the art of deploying fake social media accounts – and uses a fake name.
In this podcast special, Al Letson talks to former top NATO commander Richard Shirreff, who spells out these fears – which are very real for him – in his new novel.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection plans to start accepting design proposals for a prototype wall along the U.S.-Mexico border early next month.
Twin guidelines on how to implement President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration and border security signal a broad shift in U.S. policy and pave the way to deport potentially millions of immigrants.
White House officials have since said permanent legal residents will be allowed to return, but confusion and fear still reign.
Trump’s order, and ambiguous direction from the Department of Homeland Security related to the court orders, has raised the specter of a full-on constitutional crisis, in which officers acting on the president’s authority simply ignore an order from the judiciary.
Uber is defending its CEO’s collaboration with the president, while Lyft is making a play to be the ride-hailing app of the resistance.
The union that represents nearly 17,000 Border Patrol agents is flexing its muscles like never before.