Lawyers have not been able to reach the parents of 545 children who had been separated from their families by US border officials between 2017 and 2018, according to a new court filing https://t.co/vn1gBnFy3X
The inspector general for the US Postal Service has issued a new report criticizing USPS service reductions implemented under Postmaster General DeJoy, charging they were put in place without proper consideration of their effect https://t.co/CW2y2GpvAy
All University of Michigan undergraduate students are now under an emergency stay-in-place order after data shows that Covid-19 cases among Michigan students represents more than 60% of all local cases https://t.co/MBxg1vEHfR
Elliott Broidy, a GOP fundraiser involved in Trump's 2016 inaugural committee, has pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy relating to a secret lobbying campaign to influence the Trump administration on behalf of a foreign billionaire https://t.co/4NO7KbVBTm
A Kentucky judge has ruled that a grand juror may speak publicly about the case presented by the state attorney general against police officers who served a no-knock warrant at Breonna Taylor's home the night she was killed https://t.co/KuY7PzKrA4
President Trump told White House chief of staff Mark Meadows his tweets about declassifying all Russia documents weren't an order to declassify or release those records, according to a sworn statement https://t.co/jmU4K6IzwS
Police have captured Peter Madsen, the Danish inventor found guilty of the mutilation and murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, after he briefly escaped from a jail near Denmark's capital https://t.co/DGzx74GiRs
In a sign of rising air travel, the TSA on Sunday screened more than 1 million passengers for the first time since mid-March. It's still far below the 2.6 million screened a year ago.