Mayor Ed Murray said the order issued in January punishing “sanctuary cities” is unconstitutional.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren says she wants to know how Ivanka Trump plans to comply with federal ethics rules.
While the House investigation has been stalled by in-fighting and lack of transparency, the Senate committee gave its first public update.
Shots were fired, but the incident appeared to be criminal in nature with “no nexus to terrorism,” a Capitol Police spokesperson said.
Federal judges have temporarily stopped the ban, but legal experts say students would be locked out if the court order is reversed.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was the talk of Twitter after using a salad dressing analogy for Trump’s Russia connection.
Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson went before Congress and said elected officials in “sanctuary cities” should be arrested.
One voter says he now regrets his vote, even tweeting Trump, “Your Twitter rants are out of control.”
House Intel Cmte. Chair Devin Nunes defends himself against pressure from Democrats to recuse himself from Russia probe.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that he said would revive the coal industry and create jobs.
The hill town’s new State Senator, Adam G. Hinds (D-Pittsfield), held a meeting in Huntington as a part of his “Speak up Western Mass” tour.
A man with a package who made “suspicious comments” has been detained, NBC News reports.
The trademarks expire in February 2019, about halfway through Trump’s term in the White House.
Trump will initiate a review of the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants.
The White House continues to fight against sanctuary cities, drawing criticism from some city leaders, including one Massachusetts mayor.
When critics make fun of President Donald Trump losing, their favorite ammunition is his boast about winning.
The Attorney General repeated a threat to so-called “sanctuary cities,” by threatening to withhold Justice Department funds.
Baker said the GOP’s health care bill could undermine the state’s commitment to pursuing universal health coverage.
AG Sessions urged states to end so-called sanctuary policies, through which local governments do not enforce federal immigration laws.
As the blame game plays out in Washington, Trump voters were asked who they think is at fault for the health care bill failure.