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President Trump's decision to remove troops from the Syria-Turkey border has been condemned by many of his allies. Sen. Lindsey Graham said the move may be "the biggest mistake of his presidency." Rep. John Shimkus called it "terrible and despicable."
The EPA has announced a new proposal to change how communities test for lead in drinking water. The issue of lead levels in water was brought to national attention during the Flint water crisis, which started in 2014.
A new Trump administration rule could penalize immigrants who use public benefits — making it harder to get a green card if reliant on welfare. Ken Cuccinelli, acting director of @USCIS , tells @rachelnpr , "it doesn't seem too much to ask."
Rep. @Ocasio2018 has poured her support into progressive proposals like the Green New Deal. Now the freshman House Democrat is unveiling a bundle of new bills aimed at preventing poverty — called "A Just Society."
Anthony Bourdain told in 2016 that experiencing the everyday lives of people around the globe helps give depth to the news reports about those places.
Top Democrat on the House Ethics Committee calls for an independent investigation of Russia's alleged ties to Trump.
Hi crochet friends. Meet Jonah, the 11-year-old prodigy: "After a very hard, busy, chaotic day in this busy world, ... it's just nice to know that I can come home and crochet in my little corner of the house while sitting by the one I love most: My mom."