TheHill - The Hill News 31 March 2018

Census advisers say decision to add citizenship question based on ‘flawed logic’

Advisers for the Census Bureau argue that the Trump administration's decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census was based on "flawed logic" and could lead to an inaccurate count in the census.

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US border control: 'Construction of the border wall is underway'

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is describing replacement fencing as part of the Trump administration's border wall system.

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White House first learned about Pruitt controversy from media: report

The White House reportedly first learned of a housing controversy involving EPA administrator Scott Pruitt through media reports adding to frustrations in an administration weary from a string of scandals involving Cabine...

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New York budget deal aims to reject GOP tax law

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New York lawmakers pass bill banning police from having sex with people in custody

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Trump: Amazon 'scam' costing Postal Service 'billions'

President Trump lashed out at Amazon on Saturday, accusing the retail giant of scamming the U.S. Postal Service over shipping costs and evading taxes."While we are on the subject, it is reported that the U.S. Post...

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Trump slams California governor over immigration

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Trump claims Washington Post is 'lobbyist' for Amazon

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Social media users criticize White House interns lack of diversity

Social media users are criticizing President Trump's White House for a lack of diversity among its interns.The criticism comes after the White House released a photo Friday of its spring interns posing with Trump....

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Trump freezes $200M in Syria recovery funds: report

President Trump ordered the State Department to freeze $200 million in funds to help recovery efforts in Syria, a sign of the president's growing skepticism over the United States' involvement in the war-torn country....

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