A public policy group that was started by Bernie Sanders’s wife and son is temporarily suspending operations.
Once sacrosanct, the SAT and ACT have become optional at hundreds of colleges. Will the admissions bribery scandal make them even less relevant?
In the On Politics newsletter: There have been multiple bipartisan efforts in the House and Senate to rebuke the president over the wall, Saudi Arabia and the Mueller report.
Ms. Loughlin, who had been in two Hallmark series, is one of the wealthy parents accused of making payoffs to get their children into elite colleges.
In three bipartisan votes, Congress this week rebuked President Trump over Saudi Arabia, blocked his border emergency declaration and demanded a public release of the special counsel’s report.
Rain, melting snow and frozen ground lifted rivers to near-record levels in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota, where evacuations were ordered and roads swamped.
“I think it is unfair that people could just buy their way in,” the student, Dylan Chidick, said of the admissions scandal that has roiled the country.
Delivering a rebuke to his state’s culture of corruption, he promised voters an honest and understated administration — and largely delivered.
House Democrats questioned Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross over his reasons for wanting to ask census respondents if they were citizens. He told them to read the 2018 memo that announced it.
The Senate voted to overturn President Trump’s national emergency declaration, delivering a bipartisan rebuke for what lawmakers in both parties saw as executive overreach
Here’s an overview of what we know so far about what prosecutors have called the “largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice.”
In this week’s Crossing the Border newsletter, a journalist in Laredo reports the news from one of the most recognizable trucks in town.
The Treasury Secretary told lawmakers that he would protect the president’s privacy if congressional Democrats try to access his tax returns.
House Republicans joined Democrats to demand the public release of the special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report on his investigation of Russia and the president.
The coming departure of Andrew Weissmann, who led the cases against Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, is another sign the inquiry is winding down.
For years, U.S.C. worked to overcome a reputation as a party school for rich students, and became a top-tier university. Lately, it has been at the center of one scandal after another.
“The purpose really was to be educational with it, but it went awry,” Dr. Christopher Salgado said.
Thursday: An actress draws an audience as she faces court; support for the governor’s death penalty moratorium; and the tip of the Transamerica Pyramid.