Plus: “alternative facts.”
But the other one did.
Cities are places for openness—and carlessness.
“This was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration,” the White House press secretary lied.
In a speech at CIA headquarters, the president called journalists the “most dishonest human beings on Earth” – and his audience cheered.
Jared Kushner’s appointment as a senior White House adviser does not violate anti-nepotism laws, according to the Office of Legal Counsel.
Washington heard a powerful message: The Democratic demobilization is over and a backlash awaits.
A round-up of the worldwide rallies in defense of gender equality.
John Gore has defended Republican redistricting plans and voting roll purges against allegations of civil rights violations.
Pastry chef Duff Goldman says they copied the cake he made for Obama in 2013.
His administration also blocked a change that would have reduced the cost of mortgages for millions of home buyers.
Police used stun grenades, tear gas and pepper spray to disperse the rock-throwing crowd.
The 45th president does not exactly evoke meekness, mercy, or peacemaking.
Perhaps the single most obvious legal and ethical issue facing the Trump presidency will, for now at least, remain unresolved.
People have come from around America to shout at each other.
Lots of spectators, security, and many protesters.
The great investigative reporter died yesterday, at 71.
The language was violent and angry. The tone was vengeful. It was a warning about what Americans need to protect.
The America First Energy Policy makes no mention of global warming.
Trump is about to become the 45th president.