The Trump administration is asking the justices again to block the depositions of senior officials in lawsuits over a controversial question about U.S. citizenship status on the 2020 census.
The DOT announced new voluntary guidance for autonomous vehicles. The agency wants to adapt the definition of "driver" to include autonomous systems, among other changes.
J.B. Pritzker had five toilets removed so a property would be classified "uninhabitable" on his taxes, according to the Cook County inspector general. Pritzker says he will repay the county $330,000.
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that amid the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation battle, the share of Republicans saying the 2018 midterms are "very important" has spiked.
Senators are questioning Steven Dillingham, President Trump's nominee to lead the federal agency in charge of the 2020 census. The Census Bureau has not had permanent leadership for more than a year.
In The Fifth Risk, Michael Lewis examines the Trump administration's impact on federal agencies, where inexperienced loyalists have been sent to manage nuclear weapons or the National Weather Service.
Michael Lewis' fascinating new book argues that Donald Trump was utterly unprepared to lead the some 2 million federal employees — and that his appointees are often hostile to the agencies they lead.
A quarter of the 445 publicly traded companies in California don't have any women on their boards. Opponents say the law is unconstitutional and confusing for companies incorporated in other states.
The administration is asking a lower court to block Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' deposition as it prepares to ask the Supreme Court to review the lawsuits over the 2020 census citizenship question.
The Department of Education is withholding $4 million, funding that supports elementary schools serving low-income and minority students.