Republican blame on journalists draw backlash after president refuses to work with UK ambassador
Adam Smith, the father of classical economics, defends tariffs, but only when they force others to agree to free trade.
The #BoycottHomeDepot hashtag trended on Twitter after Bernie Marcus said he plans to support Trump's 2020 reelection campaign.
U.S. Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta defended 2008 plea deal with financier Jeffrey Epstein during a press conference Wednesday.
With his “White House Social Media Summit” just hours away, President Donald Trump is pulling out the usual roster of twitter bugaboos, amping up the rhetoric, joking about staying in office beyond his term, and crudely insulting the physical appearance of Elizabeth Warren (and no, he didn’t neglect his stand-by racist nickname for her). All [
The National Rifle Association has been roiled by controversy lately, leading top officials — like NRA executive Chris Cox — to resign. Former President Oliver North is being sued by the organization for “conduct harmful to the NRA” and New York State is re-examining the group’s tax exempt status. Recently, NRA TV shut down, after [
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) is not often discussed as one of the top prospective targets for Democrats in 2020. But as Margaret Carlson wrote for The Daily Beast on Thursday, she could be much more vulnerable than conventional wisdom says — thanks to President Donald Trump. “In normal times, Ernst would be favored to win [
President Trump congratulated the U.S. women's national soccer team for winning the Women's World Cup in a tweet Sunday afternoon, but he did not include any mention of whether he'd invite them to the White House. "Great and exciting play," Trump wrote. "America is proud of you all!"
Sunday, President Donald Trump became the first sitting U.S. President to take the hand of a dictator and cross into North Korea. While it may have been a big step for Trump, conservative Washington Post columnist Max Boot said that the American leader is on the “road to nowhere.” Boot compared Sunday’s event as a [
President Donald Trump got in a little dig against CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta today. The exchange marked Acosta’s return to the beat after a brief sabbatical to promote his new HarperCollins book, The Enemy of the People. Acosta put Trump on the spot by asking if he ignored a question about the death [
Meghan McCain hammered her fellow Republicans for staying silent about President Donald Trump’s latest racist attack — and complained that his slurs made her job harder. “The View” co-host condemned Trump’s attack on four Democratic congresswomen that she has frequently criticized, and she was deeply disappointed to see Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) defend the president. [
I never promised you a Rose Garden brawl. But if the crowd had its way, we would have had one today. Right-wing talk-show host Sebastian Gorka called out CNN political analyst Brian Karem after Donald Trump’s White House event, and the two traded near-nose-to-nose insults before decorum — or at least sanity — prevailed. Video [