On this day in 1917, President Woodrow Wilson learned of a shocking piece of paper that made America’s entry into World War I inevitable. And current research shows the Americans didn’t know everything German diplomats intended.
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Remarks from a Trump spokesman that the new administration might want legal recreational marijuana sales to end in several states could start a new controversy over the boundaries of federal power.
With a revised immigration ban executive order to be announced this week, the Trump administration hopes to avoid another legal entanglement. But based on the words of the judges and parties involved in the dispute, more controversy is likely to follow a new order.
On Friday, the Supreme Court finally set an argument date for a major religious liberty case that’s been in limbo since Antonin Scalia’s passing. That could lead some court watchers to speculate the Court expects – or doesn’t expect – Neil Gorsuch on the bench by April 19.
A newspaper reporter stuns a presidential administration by printing leaked confidential documents of national importance. The reporter is taken into custody and he refuses to reveal his government source. That was the big story in Washington in 1848.