Career Diplomats Pushed Back on Trump’s Attempt to End ‘Temporary Protected Status’ for Central American Migrants

Some diplomats worried it would cause a spike in transnational crime and would damage the relationship between the U.S. and

Hawley Calls Apple, TikTok ‘Two Sides of the Same Coin’ in Tech Groveling to China

Big Tech hawk Josh Hawley leveled heavy criticism at two mainstream technology firms during a Senate subcommittee hearing on Chinese

Sondland Confirms He Told Ukrainian Official That Military Aid ‘Likely’ Depended on Announcement of Burisma Probe

Gordon Sondland implied that a President Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky meeting was contingent on the announcement of a probe into

Judge Sets Accelerated Schedule for Case on White House Order Blocking Testimony of Impeachment Witness

Judge Richard Leon decided that the testimony of Charles Kupperman, who was deputy to former national security adviser John Bolton, is a “matter

The Botched Capture of Ovidio Guzmán Shows Strain in U.S.–Mexico Relationship

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador policy of ‘hugs not bullets’ has made Mexico’s cartel problem worse and hurt relations with

Hundreds of Facebook Employees Decry Zuckerberg’s Free Speech Stance in Letter

Facebook employees published an internal letter several weeks ago that criticizes CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to allow ads with false

Booker Scolds Buttigieg for Referring to Gun ‘Buybacks’ as ‘Confiscation’: ‘Doing the NRA’s Work for Them’

Booker admonished Buttigieg for referring to a gun-buyback proposal as “confiscation” on the grounds that it propagates a right-wing talking