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May 1 2019 | New York Times
The White House asked Congress on Wednesday to allocate $4.5 billion in emergency funds for the southwestern border as federal agencies struggle to house and cope with the influx of asylum seekers coming into the United States.
Apr 17 2019 | Politico
Bill Weld, the Republican former governor of Massachusetts who is mounting a primary challenge to President Donald Trump, insisted Wednesday he is running to win his party’s presidential nomination, not just weaken Trump.
Apr 10 2019 | Politico
The nation's top law enforcement official on Wednesday appeared to back up President Donald Trump's assertion that the Justice Department "spied" on his presidential campaign — an explosive comment that heightened partisan tensions ahead of the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
Apr 8 2019 | Stanford News
How to locate potentially polluting animal farms has long been a problem for environmental regulators. Now, Stanford scholars show how a map-reading algorithm could help regulators identify facilities more efficiently than ever before.
Apr 3 2019 | Politico
Senate Republicans used the “nuclear option” Wednesday to unilaterally reduce debate time on most presidential nominees, the latest in a series of changes to the fabric of the Senate to dilute the power of the minority.