What we are living through in America is not only a division but a great estrangement.
President Donald Trump is outsourcing much of the response to ex-FBI Director James Comey’s testimony on Thursday to the Republican National Committee, leaning on a team of about 60 staffers to lead a political offensive aimed at Democrats as well as the nation’s former top law enforcement officer.
Reporters in the mainstream media only want to talk about Russia, instead of what Team Trump is getting done.
I’ve come to discover an endearing political innocence in President Trump’s tweets.
A committee of Wall Street advisers is pouring cold water on a proposal by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to issue superlong 50-year and 100-year U.S. government bonds, arguing that the big pension funds and insurers expected to buy the securities won’t have much interest.
U.S. military commanders are stepping up their fight against Islamist extremism as President Donald Trump’s administration urges them to make more battlefield decisions on their own.
The House Ways and Means Committee voted Tuesday against a resolution led by Rep. Bill Pascrell, D-N.J., to access ten years of Trump’s tax returns. Pascrell’s resolution is one of several similar resolutions Democrats have brought to the committee for review. The committee isn’t expected to grant any of the requests.
For all the Republican discord, it’s the Democrats who are incapable of actual governing.
An Obama-era decree continues to make public schools lawless.
President Donald Trump has given the Central Intelligence Agency secret new authority to conduct drone strikes against suspected terrorists, U.S. officials said, changing the Obama administration’s policy of limiting the spy agency’s paramilitary role and reopening a turf war between the agency and the Pentagon.