The vice president of the Border Patrol Council said officials from the Obama administration are continuing to implement old policies while the wall and DACA remain in limbo.
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Thousands of people took to the streets nationwide on Saturday to participate in the March for Our Lives demonstrations, calling for action against gun violence.
Laura Ingraham said President Trump let his base down with his approval of the omnibus spending bill but is standing firm on his campaign promise to reform American trade deals.
The deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee says he hopes to be a wage trailblazer and is calling for a "maximum wage" for CEOs.
John Brennan, the CIA director under President Barack Obama, made headlines Wednesday for suggesting the Russians have compromising information on President Trump.
Laura Ingraham said President Trump is appearing to consent to the passage of a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill championed by GOP leadership.
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