*Controversial Presidential Commission Convened on Electoral Fraud
*With Single-Payer Health Plan Blocked, Debate Continues in California
*Transgender Immigrants Detained in Arizona Complain of Double Abuse
*Trial Continues in Arizona on Ethnic Studies Ban
*Oregon to Offer Healthcare to Undocumented Children
*Criminal Justice System Revives Old Racial Segregation Codes
*Ex-Sheriff Arpaio’s Criminal Contempt Trial Ends
*Neighbors Affected by Lead Contamination Speak to Thousands
*Republican Health Plan Founders in the Senate
*Senate Adrift Over Health Plan, with Vote Postponed
*Immigrant Girl with Cerebral Palsy Faces Uncertain Future Due to Congressional Health Bill
*With a Taco Truck at Every Mosque, Muslims Break Ramadan Fast
*Senate Republicans Unveil Health Plan
*Clergy Attempt to Visit Immigration Detainees on Hunger Strike
*Trump Hardens Cuba Policy, Ordering Restrictions on Travelers and Businesses
(Español) *Donald Trump investigado por presunta obstrucción de justicia.
*Jornaleros indígenas migrantes alcanzan histórico arreglo en campos de Washington
*Pionero “Medicaid para Todos” a punto de ser ley en Nevada.
*California Could Offer Healthcare to Undocumented Youth up to Age 26
*Texans Angered by the Killing of Young Latino by Sheriff’s Deputy’s Husband.
*Despite Dangers, Mexican Mothers Exhume and Search for Disappeared Children.
*Immigrants Seek to Expunge their Records to Avoid Deportation
*Is the Newly Freed Puerto Rican Nationalist a Hero? In New York, it’s a Debate
*U.S. Leaders Condemn a Wave of Assassinations of Mexican Journalists
*Trump Proposes Less Social Spending, More on Deportation.
*Will Tough-on-Crime Policies Return to the Criminal Justice System?
*College Grad Raised in Foster Care Inspires Abused Children.