SAN JOSE, Calif. -- A California congresswoman is calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from the presidency under a never-before-used constitutional provision.
Rep. Jackie Speier, a San Francisco-area Democrat,...Read more
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un appears to have blinked and President Trump can claim a foreign policy victory and justification for his strategy.
Reminiscent of President Ronald Reagan's "peace through strength" ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- We are past the time when mournful comments about President Trump's disgraceful behavior are sufficient. It is no longer defensible for his lieutenants or Republicans in Congress to tell themselves that they'...Read more
CHICAGO -- The tide is turning on the "college-for-all" movement. Policymakers are finally starting to understand that while in a perfect world every student would emerge from 12 years of public education excited and ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- If Donald Trump's campaign stomped all over the Republican Party's 2012 plans to build a more diverse movement, his refusal now to squarely blame white supremacists and neo-Nazis for Charlottesville violence ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump sure doesn't make it easy to be a black Republican these days.
Despite the president's decision to blame both sides for this weekend's deadly clash at a rally organized by white supremacists, ...Read more
Like a lot of television watchers, I was shocked and bemused by the way President Donald Trump dug a new hole for himself in the wake of the Charlottesville, Va., tragedy, only 24 hours after digging his way out of an ...Read more
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Family Lies (Augustus Family Trilogy) (Volume 1)Tamara Merrill
Read books 1 & 2 now. Book 3 will be released Aug. 26, 2017 The almighty Augustus family is rich, socially prominent, and hiding their secrets. Not just the current generation’s secrets but secrets from the past. In 1937, as the war approaches, the protected ...
The following editorial appeared in The Baltimore Sun on Thursday, Aug. 17:
President Donald Trump's threat to "let Obamacare implode" took on a whole new meaning this week with a report released by the Congressional ...Read more
After threatening fire and fury, how does a superpower deescalate? By scrambling its secretary of State, secretary of Defense and military chief to reassure foreign leaders that President Trump should be taken seriously, ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Thursday, Aug. 17:
President Donald Trump can read from a teleprompter about love and tolerance, but he can't speak from the heart on the subject of ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Wednesday, Aug. 16:
Ukraine is virtually an "anything goes" zone for American entrepreneurs -- as well as for people like the North Koreans. That idea has...Read more
The following editorial appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Thursday, Aug. 17:
America neither deserves nor can it afford a president who does not care to understand that one of his most important duties, if not the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- It turns out that the man who was involved in well over 3,500 lawsuits during his bizarre business career has become even more interesting for lawyers of all stripes since entering the White House.
The rest ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Thursday, Aug. 17:
The Justice Department is treading into dangerous waters by obtaining a warrant to search the computer IDs of all 1.3 million people ...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.
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
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
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