Public hearings into the impeachment inquiry started Wednesday.
Nov. 14from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
With support from Democrats as well as Republicans, President Trump agreed to release inmates from harsh prison terms due to the War on Drugs. But his own Justice Department wants…
Nov. 14from To the Point
William Taylor, the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, testified today before the House Intelligence Committee. He sat alongside another career State Department official, George Kent.
Nov. 13from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The public phase of impeachment has begun.
Nov. 13from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
The Intelligence Committee chairman said bribery is a "breach of the public trust in a way where you're offering official acts for some personal or political reason, not in the nation's interest."
Nov. 12from NPR
The Trump administration wants to end President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allows young people who were illegally brought to the U.S.
Nov. 12from Greater LA
Recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals have been living in limbo for a long time.
The impeachment inquiry enters a new public phase this week. Senior diplomats Bill Taylor and George Kent are scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
Nov. 12from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Gomez has been archbishop of Los Angeles, the largest Roman Catholic diocese in the U.S., for most of the past decade. He has been vice president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops since 2016.
In California, the 2004 Paid Family Leave Act provides new mothers six partially paid weeks of bonding time with their children.
Nov. 11from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
President Trump says he has the authority to end the DACA program, which President Obama created through executive order in 2012.
Another DACA recipient invested in the Supreme Court decision is a lawyers arguing in favor of the Obama-era legislation.
Dozens of demonstrators chanting “home is here” arrived in Washington DC on Sunday after a 230-mile march that began last month in New York.
President Trump’s denial of climate change has him at war with California. Their battle over fuel emission standards has divided the auto industry as well as drivers.
Nov. 11from To the Point
Some key polls spooked liberals one year away from the 2020 general election.
Nov. 8from Left, Right & Center
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to file papers today to be on the Democratic presidential primary ballot in Alabama.
Nov. 8from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Ever wonder why it seems like you’re always waiting forever on the phone to speak with someone at a store? Or why sometimes you can return items easily and sometimes you can’t?
Nov. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The PACT Act would be the first national law making severe animal cruelty and torture illegal. An earlier law only banned videos of such acts.
Nov. 7from NPR
Next week the Supreme Court hears arguments about the future of DACA. Most Americans say they support the DREAMers, but DACA also shows how hard it is to forge consensus on immigration.
Facial recognition software is touted as making us safer. Is it worth the risk of misidentification -- and the violation of privacy?
Nov. 7from To the Point