Filters
COMMENTARY: Harry Reid calls Trump ‘amoral’ — and he should know

The gift that keeps on giving to President Donald Trump is that his fiercest critics on the left are no paragons.

Read more in Las Vegas Review-Journal

A las autoridades policiales se les hizo tan preocupante el comportamiento del presidente Donald Trump después de que despidió al director del FBI James Comey que comenzaron a investigar si … Click to Continue »

Read more in El Nuevo Herald

A man named Trump tries to convince a group of people in Texas that they must build a wall — and pay for it! — to protect them from an impending disaster. And this is in 1958. Twitter is re-discovering an episode of a CBS Western called Trackdown that’s making the rounds with its rather...

Read more in Entertainment Weekly

Trump Threatens A “National Emergency” If Congress Does Not Agree To Fund His Border Wall

After Donald Trump threw a tantrum and stormed out of a budget meeting with Democrats this past Wednesday, on Thursday, he told Sean Hannity, a Fox News host, that if he did not receive the $5.7 billion dollars that he allegedly needs for his border wall, to be placed on the Mexico-U.S. border, he...

Read more in Essence

Government shutdown: Urgent national crisis, or curiosity? Media coverage shows both

The government shutdown and partisan wrangling over a wall at the southern border have produced high political drama in Washington, where President Donald Trump has sought to portray the impasse as a national emergency.

Read more in Honolulu Star-Advertiser

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand hires new aides, signaling presidential run is imminent

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York has hired two senior communications aides for an expected presidential campaign, a sign that she is all but certain to join the race against President Donald Trump and that her entry may be imminent.

Read more in Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Law enforcement officials became so concerned by President Donald Trump's behavior in the days after he fired FBI Director James Comey that they began investigating whether he had been working for Russia against U.S. interests, The New York Times reported Friday. The report cites unnamed former...

Read more in Chicago Tribune

WASHINGTON —President Donald Trump saluted a Black Hawk helicopter hovering over the Rio Grande on Thursday, seeking to highlight the need for $5.7 billion for his trademark border wall to stop what he calls an "invasion."

Read more in Finger Lakes Times

The cardinal who knew — and said nothing

What did Donald Cardinal Weurl, Washington’s retired archbishop, know about his pervy predecessor, the ex-cardinal Theodore “Uncle Ted” McCarrick, and when did he know it? That question has agitated American Catholics ever since McCarrick’s depredations came to light last summer. Well, now...

Read more in New York Post

When historians get hysterical

In the age of Donald Trump, highly accomplished and well-respected liberal voices continue to lose their collective minds — Jon Meacham, the Pulitzer Prize-winning presidential historian, seemingly among them. After President Trump’s Oval Office address on the need for a wall on our Southern...

Read more in New York Post

Trump says changes coming in US handling of high-tech visas

WASHINGTON (AP) " President Donald Trump on Friday promised changes in the way the U.S. handles temporary visas that allow American companies to bring high-tech and other skilled workers into the U.S.In a tweet, Trump said those who hold the temporary H1-B visas can "rest assured" because changes...

Read more in Messenger

‘Green Book’ writer apologizes for anti-Muslim Twitter post from 2015

Nick Vallelonga, one of the writers of the film “Green Book,” apologized Thursday for a 2015 Twitter post in which he agreed with then-candidate Donald Trump’s false claim about Muslims, that “thousands of people were cheering” on rooftops in Jersey City, New Jersey, after the Sept. 11,...

Read more in Honolulu Star-Advertiser

US starts withdrawing supplies, but not troops, from Syria

WASHINGTON (AP) " The U.S. military said Friday it has started pulling equipment, but not troops, out of Syria as a first step in meeting President Donald Trump's demand for a complete military withdrawal. The announcement fueled concern about how quickly the U.S. will abandon its Kurdish allies,...

Read more in Messenger

Jorge Ramos: ‘Donald Trump es el muro’

El muro se ha transformado en una metáfora para Trump y sus millones de simpatizantes. Representa una división entre “nosotros” y “ellos”

Read more in Al Día Dallas

The Latest: Trump not ready to declare emergency over wall

WASHINGTON (AP) " The Latest on President Donald Trump and the partial government shutdown (all times local):3:05 p.m.President Donald Trump says it would be easy for him just to declare a national emergency and find federal money to build a barrier along the southern border, but he's not going to...

Read more in Messenger

Clemson will visit the White House, President Donald Trump on Jan. 14

The Tigers, who last visited Washington D.C. in 2017 after a title win over the Crimson Tide, were invited by President Donald Trump.

Read more in Sporting News

Federal workers rally in Boston to demand end to shutdown

Federal workers who aren't getting paychecks amid the lingering government shutdown rallied in Boston Friday to call on President Donald Trump to drop his demand for funding for a wall on the southern U.S. border.

Read more in StarTribune.com

Donald Trump tweets that national champion Clemson football team will visit White House

The national champion Clemson Tigers football team will visit the White House on Jan. 14, President Donald Trump announced in a tweet Friday.         

Read more in USA TODAY

Donald Trump tweets that national champion Clemson football team will visit White House

The national champion Clemson Tigers football team will visit the White House on Jan. 14, President Donald Trump announced in a tweet Friday.         

Read more in azcentral.com

Bill on federal workers’ back pay in shutdown heads to Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is edging closer to declaring a national emergency to pay for his long-promised U.S.-Mexico border wall as pressure mounts to end the three-week impasse that has closed parts of the government and deprived hundreds of thousands of workers of their salaries.

Read more in Orange County Register