President Trump tweeted that he may veto the $1.3 trillion spending bill because he said it does nothing to address the fate of young undocumented immigrants and does not fully fund his border wall. Senior administration officials previously said that Trump intended to sign the measure. The veto threat came hours before a deadline tonight to avoid a shutdown.
Former U.N. ambassador John Bolton, a Fox commentator and conservative firebrand, will become President Trump's third national security adviser. The move could lead to dramatic changes in the administration’s approach to crises around the world.
Smith & Wesson was considered just a solid corporate citizen in its home town of Springfield, Mass. — until people learned it made the rifle used in the deadly attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.
The threat came hours after President Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on $60 billion in Chinese goods and limit China’s freedom to invest in the U.S. technology industry — the sharpest trade confrontation with the country in nearly a quarter-century.
All the alleged hackers worked at the behest of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, U.S. officials said. The Justice Department alleges massive, coordinated intrusions into the computer systems of at least 144 U.S. universities and 176 foreign universities in 21 countries.
According to police sources cited in French media, at least two people were killed in the incident at a supermarket not far from Toulouse. The incident represented the first significant terrorist attack of President Emmanuel Macron’s tenure.