New York sees May-like temperatures on the first day of March. Government scientists see a bigger pattern.
The former Navy SEAL said in his confirmation hearing that climate change is not a “hoax,” a break with the president.
The media found much to admire (or, at least, relatively little to loathe) in Trump’s big speech. And the president is elated.
And his reelection prospects are looking sweeter, too.
We are being told Trump gave clear direction to the congressional GOP on how to repeal and replace Obamacare.
The North Korean leader has made a habit out of killing those who annoy him.
If anything, our reality is getting less weird — that’s why when weirdness does pop up, it has a tendency to stand out.
As the water credits ended, the doctor who uncovered the crisis highlighted Flint’s plight as a guest at President Trump’s address to Congress.
It was expected on Wednesday, but White House sources say it was pushed to later this week after they saw the reviews.
Democrats had a hard time responding to an upbeat Trump speech that did not get into the messy details of his or his party’s agenda.
It was the same old Trump swill served up in perfumed linguistic packaging and presented in a far fancier setting.
The message was sharp. But the details were missing — and that could keep Trump from ever becoming the kind of president he just played on T.V.
The president’s address to Congress was upbeat: mainly because he did not address any of the tough choices his party faces.
He recognized the wife of Ryan Owens, the Navy SEAL who died in the controversial raid.
Some slight familiarity with the details reveals how hollow the President’s offer is.
A reported record-setting $60 million bidding war for two books.
There has been a lot of drama lately in the White House press office — including over the question of the secretary’s birthplace.
He tells CNN he might come out for immigration reform. Or not. He’ll see. Don’t rush him!
Centrist Democrats used to distance themselves from the left ahead of their presidential runs. Now, Booker and Cuomo are doing the opposite.
Increasing the Pentagon’s budget at the expense of everything else isn’t going to make America safer.