President Trump: Dreamers Should 'Rest Easy' About His Immigration PoliciesPresident Donald Trump says young immigrants shielded from deportation -- often referred to as "dreamers" -- should "rest easy" about his immigration policies.
Judge Who Handled Trump University Suit Now Gets Controversial DACA CaseThe case may help define Trump's approach to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was introduced in 2012 by President Barack Obama. Trump has kept it in place and made sympathetic remarks about its beneficiaries, angering some immigration hardliners.
Killing O'Reilly? Fox News Reportedly Working To Cut Ties With Host Over Harrassment AllegationsDozens of his show's advertisers have fled following reports of harassment settlements paid to other women. Bill O'Reilly has denied any wrongdoing.
Woman Punched In Berkeley Protest Video Speaks Out Against White NationalistNathan Damigo was involved in some controversy last fall after launching a campaign to recruit members for his pro-white advocacy group called Identity Europa.
California Approves $900 Million Of Projects For Gas Tax Hike SupportersGov. Jerry Brown and top legislative leaders agreed to support priority projects for four lawmakers who were undecided on the tax hike, which was approved with their support.
Trump Administration Drops Lawsuit Over North Carolina Bathroom BillBut advocacy groups, who say the new law continues to discriminate against gay and transgender people, have vowed to continue with a separate federal lawsuit.
Feds Eye More Border Prosecutions In California In Move That Could Tie Up CourtsImmigration cases already make up about half of arrests in federal courts and more along the 2,000-mile border with Mexico. Any increase is likely to meet resistance from some judges and prosecutors in California.
North Carolina Legislator Compares Abraham Lincoln To HitlerCabarrus County Republican Rep. Larry Pittman posted the comment in response to a torrent of criticism over legislation he and two others sponsored in the General Assembly to restore a state ban on same-sex marriage.
Lawmakers Outraged Over Secrecy, Governor Defends State's Handling Of Oroville Dam Spillway EmergencyAbout two months after declaring a state of emergency in Oroville, Brown's administration is blocking a public review of records relating to what happened when the spillway began eroding, how it was maintained, and the crisis aftermath.
Recreational Marijuana Opponents Hit With Campaign Fines In CaliforniaThe Fair Political Practices Commission announced the actions against two campaign committees that unsuccessfully fought Proposition 64. About 57 percent of voters approved legalizing recreational pot in November.
Alabama Governor Resigns, Pleads Guilty Amid Affair Coverup InvestigationIn a remarkable fall, the mild-mannered 74-year-old Republican and one-time Baptist deacon stepped down as the sex-tinged scandal gathered force over the past few days.
Donald Trump Robocall Joins Out-Of-State Campaign Money In Promoting Kansas CandidateA raft of big GOP campaign donations and a last-minute ad buy last week of nearly $100,000 by the National Republican Congressional Committee also signaled GOP anxiety over the seat, flooding the local airways with negative advertising against Thompson, a civil rights attorney.