Thousands of people marched on Tax Day to demand President Donald Trump release his tax returns, something that every president since Richard Nixon has done. Trump did acknowledge the protests — on Twitter, where he complained that marchers had been paid (they weren’t.)
The resistance is alive and well in the South. Can it turn Georgia blue?
ICYMI: BP is struggling to contain a natural gas link in Alaska, and here’s the kicker: it’s in an area that indigenous communities and environmental activists have long said should be off-limits to fossil fuel production.
The Hungarian government has been brutally cracking down on protesters. Rep. Steve King (R-IA) thinks that’s a great idea.
Vice President Mike Pence admitted recent bombings in Syria and Afghanistan were props used to send a message to North Korea.
DHS Secretary John Kelly said a single DUI could lead to deportation proceedings for undocumented immigrants.
— Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-AR), attempting to justify efforts to kill eight inmates in 11 days before a controversial sedative expires