In a pair of tweets, President Trump described immigrants as invaders and wrote that U.S. immigration laws are “a mockery” and must be changed. His latest exhortations sowed more confusion among Republicans ahead of a planned immigration vote this week.
The contentious issue is threatening to topple German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government, making her more vulnerable than at any other point in her 13-year leadership as she faces an anti-migration rebellion inside her own conservative coalition.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said voters “handed him” another term, based on unofficial results released by the state news agency. Opposition candidate Muharrem Ince urged election monitors to stay at the ballot boxes until the tally was complete.
Serving a president used to grant a level of prestige, and administration officials looked forward to a lucrative move through Washington’s revolving door toward book deals, television contracts, corporate boards or even a possible university presidency. But like many other norms in Washington, President Trump may have broken that prestige payoff system.
Lobbyist Steven Hart and his wife — who rented Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt a D.C. condo for $50 a night — pushed for the agency to hire a recent college graduate, according to emails that were released in response to a lawsuit by the Sierra Club.
Last week, the president rallied in Duluth, Minn., where many of the loudest moments hit 100 dB, as loud as a jet takeoff. Here, we break down what his speech, and his fans’ reactions, show us about Trump as campaigner.
After she was booted from Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar for using the women's restroom, Charlotte Clymer called police and later praised them, saying that officers showed up within minutes to reassure her the law was on her side.
The film follows Dan Reynolds's attempt to reconcile his faith with his support of gay rights. But for all its honesty, something feels slightly off — as if we’re seeing only a fraction of the personal turmoil.