Trump's Public Lands Chief Hasn't Left Post Despite Judge's Order

October 16, 2020 - 7:33am EDT
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President Trump's top public lands chief is still helping lead the Bureau of Land Management, despite a federal ruling removing him from the top post there.

Oct 19 - 4:20pm EDT

The U.S. Department of Agriculture rule "radically and abruptly alters decades of regulatory practice," a judge said, and would have added new burdens during a global pandemic.

Oct 19 - 3:58pm EDT

Despite President Trump's anti-Mexico rhetoric, Mexico's president has developed a relationship with him. NPR discusses how this relationship could change if Joe Biden wins the election.

Oct 19 - 2:19pm EDT

The president's remarks came during a call intended to discuss strategy for the Nov. 3 election.

Oct 19 - 1:26pm EDT

Prosecutors linked the men with a globe-hopping campaign of sabotage, espionage and election interference. They work for the same spy agency that targeted the U.S. in 2016.

Oct 19 - 11:21am EDT

One centers on the use of military funds to pay for building part of a border wall. The other revolves around the "Remain in Mexico" policy that makes asylum-seekers stay out of the U.S.

Oct 19 - 7:08am EDT

The presidential candidates are making their closing pitches as they crisscross the U.S. President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden are approaching their campaign's home stretch differently.

Oct 19 - 5:05am EDT

Latino voters are the largest non-white voting demographic this year. But the pandemic has created new obstacles to registration in a community that has had a history of low voter turnout in the U.S.

Oct 18 - 12:05pm EDT

The day after chants of "lock her up!" erupted during President Trump's rally in Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer responded with a plea to turn down the political heat.

Oct 18 - 10:48am EDT

A first of its kind in the nation redistricting system is being second-guessed on this year's ballot in Missouri and may be replaced with a second unprecedented system.