Trump's pick to be America's top lawyer has a nasty civil rights track record
Republicans and Team Trump are trying to rush through hearings for several controversial cabinet picks this week
Anthony Romero discusses his group's plan to limit the damage of a president who's openly hostile to essential liberties
"I hope I made you proud," says Obama at the White House
America's incoming top cop on finance is literally married to industry
115th Congress is off to a chaotic start, with Republicans already focused on gutting Obamacare
Reality star, prominent supporter will focus on public engagement
Head of reproductive health group discusses plans to thwart Donald Trump and lock arms against "unprecedented assaults"
Nearly a decade and a half after the Iraq-WMD faceplant, the American press is again asked to co-sign a dubious intelligence assessment
Antibiotic resistance, constitutional crises, trade wars, real wars: All are on the table in the coming year
Parroting his boss, Boris Epshteyn says inauguration is "about the people"
A child is gunned down for stealing change from a parked car – here's what justice looks like when "stand your ground" is the law of the land
"Doing this would cause trauma for some people," says dancer
Afraid of media circus, musicians are steering clear of president's swearing in, according to music managers
American Guild of Variety Artists tells dancing troupe they are "obligated" to perform at January 20th event
"With Trump in the White House and Sessions in the Justice Department ... it's hard to be optimistic," says Drug Policy Alliance head
"We have not hit the disastrous level," says leading climate scientist James Hansen. "But we are close."
Inauguration chairman Thomas J. Barrack Jr. said classical-crossover artist offered to sing at January event
President's ban is meant to be permanent, akin to the designation of a national monument
"Basically it's a concept that says, 'You're safe here,'" says head of the UC Undocumented Legal Services Center