Jeffrey Epstein’s controversial 2008 plea deal and the latest in the battle to add a citizenship to the census

We look at the previous plea deal that prevented Jeffrey Epstein from facing federal charges related to accusations that he abused underage girls. In February, a federal judge ruled that the plea deal broke the law. The Department of Justice is investigating, and Epstein is facing new sex trafficking charges.

Also: a look at the latest in the Trump administration’s legal battle to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census. Last Tuesday, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the census would be printed without a citizenship question, after the Supreme Court ruled the government’s reason for adding one wasn’t sufficient. But on Friday, the Department of Justice said it would continue looking for a legal argument to add the question to the census.