Outside the White House in Washington, a crowd of protesters vented their anger at the continuing political impasse, as the U.S. government shutdown entered its third week. Meanwhile on Capitol Hill, there was a small sign of progress in the Senate.
Christine Todd Whitman, the first female governor of New Jersey and former head of the Environmental Protection Agency, tells DW why she believes Roy Moore’s accusers and why Scott Pruitt is damaging the EPA.
Donald Trump's conflicting remarks on immigration have caused confusion in both Democrat and Republican camps. Trump has been firm in his push for a border wall with Mexico. But the fates of "Dreamers" remains unclear.
The US senator has said he will oppose the latest Republican attempt to replace Barack Obama's health care law. Another 'nay' from the Arizona senator could be the fatal blow, given the party's small Senate majority.
Neera Tanden, senior Clinton campaign adviser, tells Conflict Zone that the role of the Democratic Party right now is to fight Trump and provide alternatives. But how exactly should that work?
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