The Trump administration on Wednesday shut down yet another Obama-era program – this one, created to give Central American minors fleeing poverty and gang violence in their homeland temporary legal status in the United States.
The president is alienating the supporters he now, desperately needs. He needs Congress to pass his growth agenda.
A half century ago, I marched for civil rights at Selma. More recently, I led a historic march for parental choice. There is no doubt both movements are fueled by the same noble impulse, to expand freedom and opportunity.
Democrats are on edge over Hillary Clinton’s forthcoming book that is likely to dredge up the controversies surrounding her 2016 defeat to President Trump, just as the out-of-power party is trying to “move on” and chart a course back to the majority.
A left wing attempt to boycott a performance of the Santa Monica Symphony due to a guest appearance by conservative radio host Dennis Prager backfired on Wednesday night; the event was a sellout.
With Oregon’s gubernatorial race just a few months away, Republican lawmaker Knute Buehler’s campaign received a $500,000 boost from Nike co-founder Phil Knight to help fend off the Democratic incumbent, Kate Brown.
The Trump administration will make its August cost-sharing reduction payments to health insurers, a White House spokesman told reporters Wednesday.
The recent anonymous, backstabbing attacks on National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster are despicable.
A total solar eclipse. As August 21 approaches, my 8-year-old self is still a little nervous. My 47-year-old self is incredibly excited.
The Groundhog Day nature of U.S. response to North Korea for the last decade, during Republican and Democratic administrations alike – provocation, followed by multilateral sanctions that usually are not fully implemented, leading to another provocation, to another round of sanctions – begs the question: why will this time be any different?