The archive of all headlines from January 27, 2017, organized by time of publication.
The White House appeared to endorse a 20 percent tax on all imports, only to insist hours later that it had not. Officials said the tax was just one in a “buffet” of options to pay for the wall along the Mexican border.
Under the U.S. Constitution, the federal government has wide latitude to preempt state and local laws, especially in cases of immigration and national security.Trump idea to fund border wall with a GOP tax on imports could raise prices for consumers
When a court rejected the notion that the Constitution protects the right to carry a gun in public, Hardiman dissented, arguing that “the need for self-defense naturally exists outside and inside the home.«No, California's environmental laws probably won't block Trump's border wall
President Trump’s decision to build a wall along the length of the border with Mexico erupted Thursday into a diplomatic standoff. With the conflict escalating, Mr. Trump appeared to embrace a proposal by House Republicans that would impose a 20 percent tax on all imported goods.
The cities and counties Trump is targeting have many tools to strike back. Among them: high court decisions that have interpreted financial threats as an unlawful intrusion on state’s rights.Immigrants here illegally believe life is about to get a lot tougher
Among the issues galvanizing social conservatives are an effort in Congress to eliminate Planned Parenthood’s funding. The anti-abortion movement is also looking to President Trump’s forthcoming Supreme Court nominee.
The conversation came amid a showdown over President Trump’s order to build a border wall — and who should pay for it. “Both presidents recognized their clear and very public difference between their stances on this very sensitive issue,” the office of President Enrique Peña Nieto said.
The Yolo Bypass collects runoff from various streams and rivers from the Sierra Nevada and other mountain ranges. It is now filled like it hasn’t been in the last five years of drought, with officials estimating that a whopping 1 million acre-feet have passed through in the last few weeks.
The Yolo Bypass collects runoff from various streams and rivers from the Sierra Nevada and other mountain ranges. It is now filled like it hasn’t been in the last five years of drought, with officials estimating that a whopping 1 million acre-feet have passed through in the last few weeks.257 drought maps show California's deep drought and current recovery
The White House has yet to release the text of the signed document but a draft obtained earlier showed the measure would block all refugees from entering the U.S. for 120 days and suspend the acceptance of refugees from war-torn Syria indefinitely. BUSINESS