Washington is gearing up for a protracted battle over a looming U.S. Supreme Court vacancy as President Donald Trump considers a replacement for Justice Anthony Kennedy, who is retiring at the end of the month. VOA’s Michael Bowman has this report.
Thousands of protesters in Washington and locations across the country rallied Saturday to protest the Trump administration's policy of separating children from their families at the border. The largest event was held outside the White House. From Washington, VOA's Jill Craig has more.
In a private Facebook message posted Friday, James D. Melville wrote: 'For the President to say EU was ‘set up to take advantage of the United States, to attack our piggy bank,’ or that ‘NATO is as bad as NAFTA’ is not only factually wrong, but proves to me that it’s time to go'
Fourteen percent of the U.S. population — almost 44 million people — are immigrants. Many are closely watching the immigrant crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, and have strong feelings about the Trump administration's hard line on immigration. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles.
American political divisions are deepening, and so is the debate over acceptable political speech. Americans deeply value the constitutionally protected right to speak their mind, but are there limits? White House correspondent Patsy Widakuswara explores the debate.