Tuesday, April 23, 2019 In Sri Lanka, survivors of those killed on Easter are not just dealing with grief. They're also dealing with the reality that there were warnings ahead of these attacks. Could the government have done more? Some Democrats are pushing for impeachment, saying that members of Congress should have to go on record about President Trump's behavior. Why are other Democrats urging caution? And the Supreme Court today considers whether it's constitutional for the census to ask if you're a citizen. The Trump administration likes the idea. Opponents say it will produce an undercount.
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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

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In Sri Lanka, survivors of those killed on Easter are not just dealing with grief. They're also dealing with the reality that there were warnings ahead of these attacks. Could the government have done more? Some Democrats are pushing for impeachment, saying that members of Congress should have to go on record about President Trump's behavior. Why are other Democrats urging caution? And the Supreme Court today considers whether it's constitutional for the census to ask if you're a citizen. The Trump administration likes the idea. Opponents say it will produce an undercount.

Correction April 24, 2019

In this report, we incorrectly refer to Julián Castro as a House member. In fact, he is not a member of Congress.