Nielsen out at Homeland Security. Kirstjen Nielsen, the homeland security secretary, resigned on Sunday following a meeting with President Donald Trump -

  • White House advisor Stephen Miller is poised to take a more aggressive role in shaping the Trump administration's immigration policy -

Political battle over Mueller report. As Congress waits for Attorney General William Barr to release special counsel Robert Mueller's report, Washington is preparing for a political showdown this week. Barr is scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill this week about the Justice Department's budget, but many expect the questioning to quickly turn into a grilling over the Mueller report -

Trump's tax returns. White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said Sunday that Democrats in Congress would "never" see President Trump's tax returns -

Death threat against Rep. Ilhan Omar. A self-described supporter of President Trump was charged with threatening to murder freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar. Ilhan's supporters are connecting the death threat to anti-Muslim rhetoric used by Trump and Fox News -

Britain proposes new regulations on internet content. The proposals are designed to crack down on extremist content and the spread of false information -