Julian Zelizer on KCRW

Historically, the US has been a “nation of immigrants,” but the welcome mat comes and goes. The current crisis at the Mexican border didn’t start with President Trump.

The politics of incivility

Historically, the US has been a “nation of immigrants,” but the welcome mat comes and goes. The current crisis at the Mexican border didn’t start with President Trump.

from To the Point

Perhaps the shortest tenure ever for a White House official, Anthony Scaramucci is out as Communications Director. He was there for a little over a week.

John Kelly in as Chief of Staff, 'The Mooch' out as Communications Director

Perhaps the shortest tenure ever for a White House official, Anthony Scaramucci is out as Communications Director. He was there for a little over a week.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Trump promised big things in  his first 100 days , but his most important achievement may be keeping the government open.

Do the first hundred days really matter?

President Trump promised big things in his first 100 days , but his most important achievement may be keeping the government open.

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“Supreme Revenge” describes increasingly bitter battles over the highest court in the land. It’s the title of a Frontline documentary featuring Reagan, Obama and Trump.

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Today Special Counsel Robert Mueller broke his silence about his report.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

All the White House hopefuls talk about Climate Change. But Democrat Jay Inslee says it’s not just one issue; it’s all the issues.

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Even if it’s expedited.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

Billionaire Nicolas Berggruen’s plan to revamp democracy and put capital in the hands of the people has one glaring blindspot.

from Scheer Intelligence

How’s President Trump’s legal strategy working out?

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

America is politically polarized, and the US Supreme Court is also divided. In a few days, it will answer two questions. Will non-citizens be counted in the next census?

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