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On a sinking Louisiana island, many aren’t ready to leave

As the government begins the nation’s first experiment to move an entire community out of harm’s way, many on Isle de Jean Charles want to stay.

Supreme Court conservatives appear ready to OK Trump’s census citizenship question

The Trump administration wants to ask all households about the citizenship of their residents. That could have deep implications for California.

As historically black colleges struggle, Bennett College for women fights to stay afloat

HBCUs like the all-women's Bennett College were largely founded after the Civil War to give African Americans the opportunity for higher education. The schools saw booming enrollment for decades. In recent years, they've struggled to survive.

Kamala Harris calls for impeachment, Bernie Sanders does not

The Democratic candidates’ divisions over impeachment surfaced Monday night in a five-hour town hall that featured separate appearances by five leading candidates who were invited to focus on issues of interest to young voters.

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Why Trump’s tariffs are one of the last big obstacles in U.S.-China trade talks

Why does the president love tariffs? Who’s really footing the bill? Here’s a Q&A on how Trump’s tariffs against China are affecting trade talks.



Family separations a year later: The fallout — and the separations — continue

A year after the White House's chaotic rollout of its family separation policy, President Trump wants to bring it back in a new form.