Raúl Rodriguez

Why One Former Border Agent Is Facing Deportation

His citizenship application was denied — and his deportation case has been postponed until at least 2022.

Politics

2:48Migrants, most from Haiti, cross the Rio Grande towards Del Rio, Texas, from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico
Felix Marquez / AP

Clearing Up Migrant Misconceptions

3:17Bridge closed and detour signs
AP / Gene J. Puskar

Aging Bridges In Need Of Federal Funds

5:04A refugee mother and son in their kitchen in North Dakota
Newsy

How Are Refugees Resettled In The U.S.?

3:47The Women's March in Houston
Newsy

Abortion Law Energizes Houston Women's March

3:01Mature bud of marijuana.
Steve Helber / AP

College Students Smoked More Pot, Drank Less In 2020

2:33Supreme Court Justices
AP

The Supreme Court Heads Back Into The Courtroom

2:11Graphic of federal debt.
Newsy

Explaining The Debt Limit And Why Congress Will Likely Raise It Again

0:27Rep. Pramila Jayapal speaks with reporters
Patrick Semansky / AP

Democrats In Talks To Salvage President Biden's Domestic Agenda

0:24Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Susan Walsh / AP

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh Tests Positive For COVID-19

0:26Director of Clinical Services Marva Sadler, prepares the operating room at the Whole Woman's Health clinic in Fort Worth, TX.
Tony Gutierrez / AP

Nation's Most Restrictive Abortion Law Back In Texas Court

The U.S Capitol is visible at sunset as a man plays fetch with a dog in Washington, D.C.
Andrew Harnik / AP

President Biden Signs Bill To Avert Partial Government Shutdown

1:25Sen. Joe Manchin
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Democrats At Odds Over $3.5T Reconciliation Bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi walks off the House floor
Andrew Harnik / AP

Congress Passes Bill To Avert Partial Government Shutdown

0:20Japan’s former Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida.
Du Xiaoyi / Pool via AP

Fumio Kishida Set To Become Japan's New Prime Minister

1:25Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Congress Moves To Avert Partial Government Shutdown

1:55Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and other Senate Democrats
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Democrats Might Use Reconciliation To Pass COVID-19 Relief Bill

2:18Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Major Deadlines Facing Congress

2:45Woman drops an envelope into a ballot box.
KGTV

KGTV: Californians Want To Reform The State's Recall Process

0:41The U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C.
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Reconciliation Bill Proposes Fining Companies For Violating Mandates

0:56President Joe Biden
Evan Vucci / AP

Government Shutdown Looms As Lawmakers Scramble For Funding

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley.
Patrick Semansky / AP

General Milley Defends Calls To China At End Of Trump Presidency

2:57Equipment sits in an exam room.
WEWS

WEWS: What Happens To Telehealth Programs After COVID?

2:55The Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol is seen as a consequential week begins for President Joe Biden's agenda
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Infrastructure, Spending Negotiations At Standstill

2:48Empty hospital room.
KXXV

KXXV: Rural Towns In Texas Are Losing Crucial Medical Care

3:24Computers in a classroom.
Scripps

Federal Funding Could Help Connect Rural Americans To Internet

2:43Crews fight wildfire
Scripps

New Spending Bill May Include Funding For Wildfire Prevention

0:52President Joe Biden receives a COVID-19 booster shot.
Evan Vucci / AP

President Biden Receives His COVID-19 Booster Shot

0:28Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas.
Patrick Semansky / AP

Biden Administration Unveils New DACA Plan For Young Immigrants

1:40The Capitol is seen at dawn.
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Looming Government Shutdown Could Cause Financial Crisis

3:24Red Cross volunteer helps woman.
Scripps

Red Cross Reconnects Refugees With Family Left Behind