Iraq’s military said those troops don’t have permission to stay in Iraq.
By Lolita C. Baldor/The Associated Press
October 23, 2019 | 5:39 AM
This is not, it would seem, a book the Defense Department was eager to see published.
By David Welna/NPR
October 23, 2019 | 3:47 AM
J. Scott Applewhite
William Taylor’s appearance was among the most watched because of a text message, released by House investigators earlier in the probe, in which he called Trump’s attempt to hold back military aid to Ukraine “crazy.”
By Lisa Mascaro, Mary Clare Jalonick and Laurie Kellman/The Associated Press
October 22, 2019 | 4:35 PM
Hansi Lo Wang
With less than five months until the 2020 census is fully underway, the federal government is already seeing signs of potential hurdles to staffing up in time for the national head count.
By Hansi Lo Wang/NPR October 22, 2019 | 12:19 PM
Pablo Martinez Monsivais
The highest-ranking African American in Congress warned Trump about making the comparison.
By Darlene Superville/The Associated Press
October 22, 2019 | 10:44 AM
Staffers have told the president both men are ineligible to lead the department because of technicalities in federal vacancy laws.
By Franco Ordoñez/NPR
October 22, 2019 | 7:07 AM
Presidential Press Service
“If America does not keep to its promises, our offensive will continue from where it left off, with a much greater determination.”
By Suzan Fraser/The Associated Press
October 22, 2019 | 6:48 AM
The former Army officer is scheduled to testify behind closed doors today.
By Lynn Berry/The Associated Press
October 22, 2019 | 6:40 AM
The trial involved only two counties — Cleveland’s Cuyahoga County and Akron’s Summit County — but was seen as an important test case that could gauge the strength of the opposing sides’ arguments and prod them toward a nationwide settlement.
By Julie Carr Smyth and Geoff Mulvilhill/The Associated Press
October 21, 2019 | 11:16 AM
J. David Ake
There’s no federal law compelling state and local governments to share information when an electoral system is hacked.
By Colleen Long and Christina A. Cassidy/The Associated Press
October 21, 2019 | 9:36 AM
The Justice Department on Monday issued amended regulations that would mandate DNA collection for almost all migrants who cross between official entry points and are held even temporarily.
Colleen Long/The Associated Press October 21, 2019 | 8:35 AM