Former Vice President Joe Biden said in remarks at a Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast Monday that he has made mistakes when it comes to criminal justice issues, and area of his career that could be scrutinized if he launches a 2020 presidential bid in a competitive Democratic field.
Nearly 300 undocumented immigrant parents may have been separated from their children months before the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy along the border took effect, and officials did not keep a full record of separations, Customs and Border Protection admitted in a letter released Monday.
As the United Nations, the largest human rights organization in the world, grapples with the ongoing #MeToo movement – at least one-third of its staff and contractors have claimed to have been subjected to sexual harassment.
The former US envoy for the anti-ISIS coalition said Monday that "ISIS is not defeated" nearly a month after President Donald Trump announced he was withdrawing troops from Syria on the premise that the US had defeated the terrorist group.
Emin Agalarov, the Russian pop star who initiated the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with members of Donald Trump's campaign, canceled his upcoming US tour after failing to reach a deal with the special counsel's office and Congress over the contours of his testimony.