President Donald Trump returned Friday to the themes that secured his electoral victory, praising the contributions of American workers and pledging to lead a resurgence of manufacturing across the country.
Speaking at a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A Democratic member of the U.S. Federal Election Commission said she will resign and called on President Donald Trump to fix a system that has allowed unaccountable money to flow into politics "from a tiny, ...Read more
Why is President Donald Trump still trying to turn the media into the bad guys of his reality TV show, er, I mean presidency?
If media bashing is the last refuge of scoundrels, as I often say, Trump had better save some ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- I configured Twitter a couple of weeks ago to get text alerts on my phone whenever President Trump tweets.
Now any moment of tranquility can be pierced by his random outbursts.
I awake from a restful ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- On March 21, 1973, White House counsel John Dean confronted President Richard Nixon about the growing Watergate scandal. “We have a cancer -- within, close to the presidency, that’s growing,” Dean ...Read more
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WASHINGTON -- To sum up President Trump’s first month in office, he has exceeded everyone’s expectations.
To those who opposed him, he’s worse than expected. To those who supported him, he’s done exactly what he ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Newly confirmed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos may just be the most reviled woman in America today.
Protesters recently blocked her from walking in through the front door of a Washington, D.C., school. She’s...Read more
WASHINGTON -- In his 72 years, Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, who was raised in segregated Richmond, Virginia, acknowledges that he has seen much change, often for the ...Read more
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In November 1951, the Dartmouth and Princeton football teams played a season-ending game that resulted in a seminal work on the nature of human cognition.
Princeton won the contest, to finish the season undefeated. Of ...Read more
MELBOURNE, Fla. -- President Donald Trump returned to campaign mode Saturday with a clear opponent in mind: the media, declaring before thousands of cheering supporters that "fake news" was undermining his nascent ...Read more
In 1988, a full year before the Berlin Wall came down and the Soviet empire broke up, Georgy Arbatov, a Soviet expert on the United States, offered this prophetic prediction about how the end of the Cold War would change...Read more
WASHINGTON -- By all means, let’s have a carbon tax. It’s the best way to deal with global climate change. It would require Republicans and Democrats to compromise -- a good thing -- and would provide revenues for a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The chaos of President Donald Trump's White House has Republican leaders scrambling to defend what they hope will soon be a functional administration. But cracks in that resolve are starting to show amid a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- As President Donald Trump and lawmakers in both parties roll out infrastructure plans, no one seems to be willing to consider the hottest, most vexing piece of that legislative puzzle: raising the federal ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- President Donald Trump has spoken frequently about his undergraduate success at Wharton, the University of Pennsylvania's top-notch business school.
But while claims of Trump's academic prowess at the Ivy ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- On two successive days this week, President Donald Trump had the opportunity to denounce the reported increase in anti-Semitism in the United States that has been linked to his political rise.
To see Michael Flynn depart his White House post in a miasma of misconduct -- amid memories of his "lock her up" speech about Hillary Clinton at the Republican convention last summer -- was satisfying. To hear that he ...Read more
As his month-old administration struggles to make good on its promises, President Donald Trump is seeking momentum by using some of the tactics that propelled his candidacy from its beginnings.
On Thursday, he held a free...Read more
If you watched President Donald Trump's most recent news conference, you may have reached a point midway through when you thought: "That's strange, I don't recall buying a one-way ticket to Crazytown."
Don't be alarmed. ...Read more
Counterterrorism was a key issue underlying Wednesday's meeting between President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The White House press conference focused primarily on Iran and Israeli-...Read more
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