Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Published February 27, 2017 | FoxNews.com As the Trump administration hunts for the source of a series of politically embarrassing leaks that have plagued the young administration, dozens of White House staffers have had their phones searched in what is being termed “recess” compared to what may be planned, two top administration officials told Fox News.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com By The Wall Street Journal Meet the Donald Trump-era Democrats, same as the Barack Obama Democrats.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com By Marisa Schultz, The New York Post WASHINGTON – President Trump won’t attend the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner because he wasn’t elected to “pretend” to like reporters, a Trump aide said Sunday.
By Stephen Dinan - The Washington Times The U.S. did see a surge of people entering from the seven terrorism-connected countries in the days after a federal judge halted President Trump’s extreme vetting policy, according to government statistics that back up Mr.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Published February 27, 2017 | FoxNews.com President Trump's nominee to be secretary of the Navy said Sunday that he was withdrawing from consideration for the post.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Partial repeal through ‘reconciliation’ would saddle the GOP with blame for failure.
By Byron York (@ByronYork) • THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER President Trump's job approval rating, 44 percent with a 48 percent disapproval rating in a new Wall Street Journal-NBC News poll, makes him "the first president of the post-World War II era with a net negative approval rating in his first gauge of public opinion," according to the Journal.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com 'Fox News Sunday's' Power Player of the Week: Dan Scavino, White House director of social media.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Greg Gutfeld from 'The Greg Gutfeld Show': To understand President Trump, understand this: You don't hire a bunny to be a guard dog.
By Marisa Schultz, The New York Post WASHINGTON – Sen. Bernie Sanders wouldn’t commit on Sunday to turning over his email list of progressive activists to the Democratic National Committee – a group he dubbed the “establishment’s house.” The Vermont Independent built up a list of activists throughout his presidential campaign that helped him raise nearly $238 million – largely from small-dollar individual donors.
By The New York Post Editorial Board Recent weeks have seen a flood of media reports on Republicans facing angry constituents at town-hall meetings, so it’s nice to see the Associated Press point out that many Democrats have been dodging town halls altogether.
By Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) • THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER A majority of online and social media defenders of Obamacare are professionals who are "paid to post," according to a digital expert.
By Maureen Callahan, The New York Post Last Sunday Chelsea Clinton, usually such a reticent public figure, took to Times Square with her 2-year-old daughter, Charlotte, to march in the Muslim solidarity rally.
Published February 27, 2017 | FoxNews.com The 89th Academy Awards will likely be remembered not for the night's big winners, but for a huge mistake, after presenter Faye Dunaway awarded "La La Land" the best picture Oscar that should have gone to "Moonlight." While the "La La Land" cast was onstage hugging one another and giving their speeches, producer Jordan Horowitz stopped short and announced suddenly that "Moonlight" had won.
Warren Beatty makes mistake, #Moonlight wins best picture. #Oscars pic.twitter.com/zRZlTTeD2l — Variety (@Variety) February 27, 2017 By Brooke Seipel, The Hill Social media users immediately started comparing the Oscars announcement of Best Picture to the 2016 elections late Sunday, after "La La Land" was mistakenly announced the winner, when the film "Moonlight" had actually won.
Published February 26, 2017 | Associated Press One day before the Oscars, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has voted to rescind the sound mixing nomination for Greg P.
Published February 27, 2017 | FoxNews.com Some who watched Sunday night's Academy Awards might have thought they were tuned into a roast of President Donald Trump.
By Christine Rousselle, Townhall Donald Trump has weighed in on yesterday's DNC chairman election: he thinks it was rigged for Clinton-backed candidate Tom Perez, who won over Sanders-supported Rep.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Liberal mayors are using law enforcement in a political tug-of-war.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com President Trump has decided to take on the "fake news" and the press has gone off the rails and decided to kick up the fake news a notch.