Unlike many big city police departments, the Border Patrol generally divulges little information about agents found to have engaged in misconduct or violence.
Critics accused Harris of playing the "race card," as though race has not been woven through every part of American life since the nation’s founding.
Hateful posts in a secret Facebook group for current and former Border Patrol agents raise questions about how the company polices disturbing material.
New York Attorney General Letitia James sued Trump and three children -- Eric, Don Jr., and Ivanka -- over "persistent illegal conduct" at the Trump Foundation.
After her story was published, Trump issued a new statement attacking rape accuser E. Jean Carroll. And it included at least one clear and provable lie.
Given the Trumpian history of financial manipulation — and the phoniness of his tweet-driven dramas — insider trading isn't beyond the realm of possibility.
On Monday, Mexico's foreign secretary Marcelo Ebrard said there is no secret immigration deal with the United States, directly contradicting Trump.
Banned from Facebook? Jones and Watson, his British alter ego, deserve to be tarred, feathered and exiled to a desert island in the remote South Pacific, along with their imbecile followers.
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