The administration's list includes more than 6,000 items, including seafood, propane and toilet paper.
As with current abortion policies, a reversal of the landmark court decision would mean a woman's access to the procedure would continue to be determined by where she lives.
It often falls to health care providers to discern whether the asylum-seekers who say they've been tortured or persecuted in their homeland bear physical and psychological evidence of that harm.
President Trump is heading to Brussels for a NATO summit this week. The alliance wants to present a united front, but Trump has complained that other members are not spending enough on defense.
It matters, because important stories are getting less attention, coverage and prominence than they should — a state of affairs likely to worsen in the weeks and months ahead.
In an interview with Fox News, Trump said his advisers told him not to ask potential Supreme Court nominees whether they would overturn Roe v Wade. "But I'm putting conservative people on," he said.
A nationwide program helps parents of children with developmental disabilities — and people with disabilities themselves — advocate for their rights, from the school yard to Congress.
Randy Credico tells NPR that he won't agree to talk with the special counsel's investigators on a voluntary basis. He denies serving as a bridge between Roger Stone and Julian Assange.
The government says the Office of Refugee Resettlement, charged with finding homes for solo children or those who have been separated from their families, has more than 10,000 children in shelters.
The EPA administrator met with farmers in midwestern states this week to address frustrations over the renewable fuel standard.