Alexandra is a second-year law student at Columbia Law School and serves as an Articles Editor on the Columbia Law Review. Prior to law school, Alexandra worked in foreign policy, primarily focusing on U.S. policy toward Afghanistan.She received her B.A. from Middlebury College and a master's degree in international security issues from Georgetown's School of Foreign Service.
The California Attorney General is suing the Trump administration over its plans to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. Fourteen "alliance states" are on track to meet their portion of pledges under the Paris climate agreement despite President Trump's decision to withdraw the United States.
Facebook turned over extensive records of Russia-linked advertisements to both congressional investigators and Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team. Mueller is seeking documents from the White House, and his team is rigorously investigating Paul Manafort's past. President Trump's lawyers clashed over how best to manage the Russia inquiries.
The Department of Defense issued guidance that transgender troops currently serving in the military can re-enlist; Senator McCain continues to oppose President Trump's ban on transgender service members. President Trump's judicial nominees believe LGBT rights should be rolled back.