• Justice Department lawyers told the Supreme Court on Monday that Mr. Trump acted lawfully when he decided to end an Obama-era program that protects young, undocumented immigrants from deportation.
• Five months after its territorial defeat, the Islamic State is regaining strength in Iraq and Syria. The terror group is conducting guerrilla attacks in the region as defense officials acknowledge that it is here to stay.
• At a Native American Forum in Iowa, Elizabeth Warren offered a direct, public apology for the “harm” she caused with her past claims of Native American ancestry and pledged to uplift Native people as president.
• Jill Biden made a blunt case for her husband, Joe Biden, on Monday, telling New Hampshire voters, “You may like another candidate better, but you have to look at who’s going to win.”
• After making baseless claims of voter fraud, the president has turned to a new way of explaining his loss of the popular vote in 2016: Declaring Google “manipulated” millions of votes. Here’s our fact check explaining why that doesn’t add up.