Past presidents have honored the civil rights leader's birthday by helping out at libraries or homeless shelters but Preisdent Trump chose to spend the day at his Florida resort.
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Conservationists in northeast Oregon are suing the U.S. Forest Service for reauthorizing livestock grazing on 44,000 acres of grasslands within the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.
The Washington State Department of Licensing says it will no longer release personal information to federal immigration authorities without a court order unless required by law.
When preparing to take the oath of office, President Trump promised to make no new foreign business deals. But a year later, ethics experts say the problems have not been solved in any meaningful way.
Attorney Jeffrey Lovitky took it upon himself last year to sue Trump. "It is intimidating," he says. Still, he's suing again, saying he has a duty to push for compliance with various ethics rules.
Hundreds of pages of newly-released court documents reveal what authorities knew and the leads they were chasing in the days following the attack, but offer little on motive.
With four legislative days left before a government shutdown, lawmakers appear to be far from a deal to fix the DACA program and fall out continues from the President's reported use of a vulgarity.