Social Justice

"Everyone knew what was in that bill," the Oklahoma Republican said of the legislation on Ukraine and the U.S. border that failed in the Senate.
Pressure from Donald Trump killed bipartisan legislation with the toughest immigration provisions in decades, giving the president an opening.
The former TV therapist held forth on the immigration crisis with the conservative channel's controversial host.
A South Carolina man was found guilty of killing a Black transgender woman in the nation’s first federal trial over an alleged hate crime based on gender identity.
The Shelby County jail has grown more deadly than the infamous Rikers Island, and it's been slow to address widespread problems.
“If anything, I think it makes for better pictures for campaign ads,” said one former Texas Army National Guard medic.
Rep. Chuck Edwards of North Carolina received a friendly reminder about who was actually president in 2018.
Republican Mazi Pilip’s opposition to the Senate border deal has let Democrat Tom Suozzi go on the offense. Will it be enough for him to win on Tuesday?
The party’s rightward movement reflects new realities on the border and in public opinion.