WEDNESDAY at noon on "The Source" — The White House no longer hosts daily press briefings, and President Trump has on numerous occasions called the media "the enemy of the people."
Former San Antonio-based reporter Brian Karem, who now writes about the White House for Playboy, shares what it's like to report on an unpredictable and often untruthful commander-in-chief and the challenges his administration presents for the press corps covering it.
Last week the Trump administration issued a strict new policy that requires migrants to first apply for asylum in a country they passed through en route to the United States, before applying for asylum in the U.S. The rule already faces legal challenges.
Millions of people gained healthcare coverage under the Affordable Care Act, but the law has faced a litany of challenges since its inception. What is the current legal standing of the ACA? Why has healthcare become a partisan issue?