WASHINGTON -- All around the country, officials are discussing whether to remove memorials and rename public spaces dedicated to Confederate leaders. But not at the Pentagon.
Three of the largest military bases in the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Top Republican tax writers went to a national shrine for tax cutters -- former President Ronald Reagan's California ranch -- hoping to make a sales pitch for a historic overhaul of the U.S. tax code.
But ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- As Treasury Department aides filtered in for a routine meeting on Wednesday, there was one main issue to be discussed: Secretary Steven Mnuchin does not stand with Donald Trump on the topic of neo-Nazis.
Standing in the glittery gold and pink marbled lobby of his Manhattan Trump Tower late Tuesday afternoon, President Donald Trump spoke to America in unplanned remarks that may have been as historic as any formal address ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- It took President Donald Trump's defense of a neo-Nazi rally for many Republicans in Congress to publicly distance themselves from the White House, after months of brushing off his impolitic behavior and ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- An intriguing multinational game of legal chess is unfolding as lawsuits move forward on both sides of the Atlantic over the publication of a controversial dossier that has dogged the Trump administration.
WASHINGTON -- House Democrats are introducing a formal resolution to denounce President Donald Trump for saying that "both sides" are to blame for a violent encounter between white supremacists and neo-Nazis and the ...Read more
President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he has dissolved the White House's economic advisory council and manufacturing council -- panels that consisted of business leaders from firms such as BlackRock, JPMorgan ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- America's top-ranking military officers spoke out forcefully against racial bigotry and extremism, a rare public foray into domestic politics that revealed growing unease at the Pentagon with some of ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell did not name President Donald Trump in a statement on Wednesday, but clearly sought to distance the Republican Party from the White House's position on white ...Read more
Amazon.com's prowess as a hiring machine isn't impressing President Donald Trump, who in an early Wednesday tweet called the company a destroyer of retail jobs.
"Amazon is doing great damage to tax paying retailers. Towns...Read more
WASHINGTON -- It's a case of being careful what you wish for.
Critics left, right and center panned President Trump for his initial refusal to denounce the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, one of whom allegedly drove his car...Read more
Many were not surprised by the prompt verdict Monday in the sexual-assault case in Denver involving Taylor Swift. A jury of six women and two men concluded within hours that a Denver radio host had groped Swift -- grabbed ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump, facing another tough patch in his presidency, will hold his first campaign rally in the West next week, announcing Wednesday that he will travel to Arizona.
The rally could provide a ...Read more
Liberal business executives are leaping like lemmings from President Donald Trump's manufacturing advisory council. Good riddance.
These silly string-spined CEOs have sided with social justice agitators, Beltway media ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- After weeks of belligerent rhetoric, North Korea took a pause Tuesday. But where is the mercurial Kim Jong Un headed next? U.S. officials are debating whether he may want direct talks with Washington about a ...Read more
NEW YORK -- U.S. President Donald Trump's administration is quietly going to war with his hometown's calorie-counting obsession.
The U.S. threw its weight on Monday behind trade groups suing New York over what the ...Read more
I could not make this up. Who would want to? Having behaved like a normal president might on Monday, condemning racism by the Klan and white nationalists, Donald Trump could not restrain himself.
In an angry exchange with...Read more
The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Tuesday, Aug. 15:
Kenya appears to have worked its way through elections more or less in one piece this time, in spite of some fairly dire history of ...Read more
Susan Rice, national security advisor to President Barack Obama, recently said the United States could live with a nuclear regime in North Korea but failed to answer an important question. For how long?
After all, North ...Read more
- US military leaders condemn racism following Trump's comments on Charlottesville violence
- Trump reverts to previous statement -- blames 'both sides' for Charlottesville
- Enraged Trump reverts to shielding white supremacists from full blame
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