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- Concern over facial recognition technology unites progressives and conservatives in Congress
- Is Siri sexist? UN cautions against biased voice assistants
- Poll finds wide support for Mueller and McGahn to testify in Congress
- Adam Schiff calls on Rod Rosenstein to testify
WASHINGTON — Speaking at a gathering of progressives, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., called on former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to testify on Capitol Hill about his involvement in Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Donald Trump presidential campaign.
- 'There’s a danger here': Trump warns Democrats about impeachment
- ‘We won’: Stacey Abrams makes the case for identity politics
WASHINGTON — “We won,” Stacey Abrams told progressives gathered in Washington for the annual Center for American Progress Ideas Conference, which functions as a casting call for potential national candidates. Abrams quickly acknowledged that she had not, in fact, won her bid to become Georgia’s governor last November, losing a fiercely contested race to Brian Kemp, the Republican candidate. Abrams charged that Kemp, who was Georgia’s secretary of state, worked to suppress voter participation in communities of color.
- Dems on Fox News: Power play or political misstep?
- Pelosi says Trump 'is engaged in a cover-up' — drawing his fury
- Biden blasts Trump for saying he 'deserted' Pennsylvania: 'I was 10'
- Candidates begin rolling out their climate plans
Even before former Vice President Joe Biden announced a formal climate change policy, the left wing of the Democratic Party was decrying him for what an adviser called his “middle ground” approach to climate change.
- Latest migrant child death raises questions about U.S. detention practices
The fifth Guatemalan child to die after illegally crossing the border since December, Carlos Vasquez’s death at a Border Patrol station raises new questions about the length of time minors are being detained, as well as the conditions provided to them while in custody.
- HUD Secretary Ben Carson stumped during congressional hearing
- AOC, Warren disappointed by 'Game of Thrones' finale: 'Ugh, this was written by men'
- More House Dems come out for impeachment as McGahn defies subpoena
The drumbeat among Democrats to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump got a little louder Tuesday, when former White House counsel Don McGahn failed to appear before the House Judiciary Committee after Trump instructed him to defy a subpoena.
- Ex-Planned Parenthood executive: The threat to Roe v. Wade is 'real'
- 'Secret' voters favored Trump over Clinton 2 to 1
- Republican Rep. Justin Amash explains his call to impeach Trump
- Wave of milkshake-tossing protests hits Britain
In the latest in a series of milkshake assaults on British politicians, Nigel Farage, a leader of the Brexit movement to withdraw from the European Union, was doused with a milkshake Monday while campaigning in Newcastle Upon Tyne for a seat in the EU Parliament.
- ‘Game of Thrones’: Epic or epic failure?
“Game of Thrones,” HBO’s epic fantasy series based on the novels by George R.R. Martin, aired its final episode on Sunday night. Since debuting in 2011, the show has become one of the cultural touchstones of the internet age. Though its popularity and cultural impact are indisputable, there is debate about where it fits within the list of all-time great TV shows.
- 'WRONG!': Trump fumes after NYT reports on his banking history
The president lashed out at the New York Times after the paper reported that anti-money-laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank flagged multiple transactions involving him and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
- 'DM me': Warren wins over comedian with Twitter quip
- Billionaire during commencement address: I'll pay off your student debt
- Internal review of detainee death reveals medical neglect at a Denver immigration jail
Kamyar Samimi is one of 24 people to die in Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention since President Donald Trump took office. An internal ICE review of Samimi’s death found that there were major deficiencies in his medical care.
- Trump calls GOP lawmaker who called for impeachment a 'loser'
- Bernie Sanders: 'Beating Trump is not good enough'
- Romney on Mueller report: 'Really, really troubling,’ but Americans ‘just aren’t there’ on impeachment
- ICE seeks to expand monitoring program for immigrants as alternative to detention
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency is expanding its “Alternative to Detention” system for immigrants awaiting hearings. At the same time, the administration is also seeking more beds in detention facilities around the country.
- Should celebrities stay out of politics?
There is a long history of stars expressing their views on politics — and an equally long history of public backlash to their comments. The growth of social media and the divisiveness of the current political climate have ratcheted up celebrity activism to a new level.
- Trump declares Warren 'a very angry person' before cursing the media
- 2020 Vision: There are 14 white male Dems running for president. So why should Kamala Harris settle for veep?
Few have suggested that any of the white guys in the race would be better suited to serve as vice president. That dubious honor, it seems, has so far been reserved for candidates of color — black women in particular.
- Alabama students speak out on abortion ban: 'I'm not planning on living here after I graduate'
The near-total abortion ban passed by the Alabama Legislature and signed into law this week was a major topic of conversation among students at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. A nonscientific sampling of students found that not only had all of them heard about the ban, but most worried about the new law — fearing its effects on classmates, women statewide and their school.
- 2020 candidate Seth Moulton: 'I'm proud to say I'm a capitalist'
- 'TREASON!': Trump says his campaign was spied on. Current and former FBI officials disagree.
- 'Unfit for public office': Trump nominates loyalist who voted to defund Amtrak to sit on its board of directors
The candidate who ran the ad was Todd Rokita, who had steadily risen through the ranks of Indiana’s Republican establishment over the past two decades, serving as the secretary of state and, later, in the U.S. House of Representatives.
- PHOTOS: Venezuela dialysis patients face uncertain fate after power cuts
Electricity has largely been restored to the capital city of Caracas after two nation-wide power outages in March and April. But many other parts of Venezuela now have power for only several hours per day under a rationing plan put in effect by President Nicolas Maduro.
- The couple behind the viral AOC ad plans a streaming channel for socialists
Burton and Hayes of Means TV said they still hope to launch the service early next year, even if the offerings are scaled down from their initial plans. “There’s something that’s been lost in the last 40 years.”
- Former Planned Parenthood executive slams Alabama abortion restrictions: 'Women are watching'
- Trump proposes overhauling legal immigration
The changes to the United States immigration system announced by President Trump Thursday amount to a sweeping overhaul of the legal immigration process, intended to prioritize highly-skilled workers over immigrants with family-based ties.
- Pruitt wasted $124,000 of taxpayer money on travel
- Susan Collins has faith Kavanaugh won't uphold Alabama abortion law
- AOC calls Alabama's abortion ban 'a brutal form of oppression'
- 'He is a JOKE': Trump blasts Bill de Blasio's 2020 bid
- Elizabeth Warren unveils plan to stop 'corruption' at the Pentagon
- Trump should tell Americans the truth about his trade war — if he understands it himself
- Reproductive rights fight: Breaking down the abortion battle
What's happening: Alabama's governor on Wednesday signed into law the nation’s strictest abortion legislation – resulting in a near-total ban on the procedure in the state with no exeptions for rape or incest and prison sentences of up to 99 years for doctors who provide abortions. ast week, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill that would ban abortions from the point when doctors can detect cardiac activity.
- Alabama bill marks the start of all-out war on abortion
The abortion ban approved Tuesday night by the Alabama Senate is more than just the most restrictive legislation passed by any state in the 46 years since the Supreme Court legalized abortion nationwide.
- Kamala Harris likes the idea of Biden running — as her vice president
- Ted Cruz warns Space Force is needed to battle space pirates
- Top FBI officials were 'quite worried' Comey would appear to be blackmailing Trump
Senior FBI officials were concerned then director James Comey would appear to be blackmailing then President-elect Trump – using tactics notoriously associated with J.Edgar Hoover – when he attended a fateful Jan. 6, 2017 meeting where he informed the real estate magnate about allegations he had consorted with prostitutes in Moscow, according to Jim Baker, the bureau’s chief counsel at the time.
- Identity crisis: FBI plays catch-up as cyberthreats escalate
In the United States, digital criminals using everything from weaponized botnets to ransomware are attacking private industry and the government on a daily basis, increasing the demand for experts with skills in cybersecurity, intelligence and law enforcement.