U.S. President Donald Trump urged the chief executives of the Big Three U.S. automakers on Tuesday to build more cars in the country, pressing his pledge to bring jobs to America and discourage the car industry from investing in Mexico.
While everyone’s been gearing up for President Trump’s inauguration, the Clinton Foundation made a major announcement this week that went by with almost no notice: For all intents and purposes, it’s closing its doors. Keep Reading
President-elect Donald J. Trump’s choices to lead the Treasury and Energy departments faced sharp questions over issues and ethics in their Senate confirmation hearings, but neither seemed to lose any support about Republicans. Keep Reading
Over the past few weeks, liberals have pointed to various analyses (and leaked documents) produced by America’s intelligence agencies as proof that the Russians wanted Donald Trump to win the 2016 general election. Keep Reading
EDINBURGH — It is, remarkably, no exaggeration to say that almost everyone in Europe awaits the presidency of Donald Trump with a sense of dread. Almost everyone, that is, save for the resurgent parties of the populist far-right who see, in Trump, an example they dearly wish to emulate.
It looks like a lock for Dr. Ben Carson.
Even after his plainspoken proclamation that gay Americans were not due any special rights, apart from those already afforded every American, Dr. Carson had a relatively smooth ride, and is expected to easily clear the Senate Banking Committee, to earn confirmation as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Keep Reading
Donald Trump said Thursday that CNN “is in a total meltdown” that would soon lead to its demise as a result of its decision to report that he and President Barack Obama had been briefed on an unverified intelligence report containing damaging and salacious information about the president-elect.
During his confirmation hearing Tuesday morning, Attorney General-designate Sen. Jeff Sessions took on questions from fellow Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) involving the issue of same-sex marriage. Keep Reading
Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions sought to shoot down accusations that he is racially insensitive and disavowed the Ku Klux Klan at his attorney general confirmation hearings on Tuesday.
Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress (CAP), said on Sunday that she goes not expect Hillary Clinton to run for office again, despite a New York Post editorial urging the former secretary of State to run for mayor of the New York City.
“I don’t expect her to ever run for any elected office again,” Tanden told CNN’s “State of the Union.” Keep Reading