DeVos did not mention President Trump or his remarks about Charlottesville.
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"There are CEOs — and other Democratic and Republican leaders — who are sounding more like a traditional U.S. president than the president himself," one presidential scholar said.
A bipartisan group issued a report expressing concern about a diminished U.S. role under Trump in international humanitarianism.
Defense Secretary James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with their Japanese counterparts at the State Department.
Polling suggests that a lot of Republicans agree that President Trump is not levelheaded.
Nic and Trees Elderhorst, both 91, died hand in hand in a rare double euthanasia allowed under Dutch law.
After President Trump's most recent rhetoric about Charlottesville inflamed even more criticism, a handful of GOP lawmakers, including Sens. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), are criticizing Trump directly, while others stay silent.
Army and Coast Guard rescue crews are searching for survivors after officials lost contact with the helicopter off Oahu Tuesday night.
“A Nazi flag? In my neighborhood? That’s unacceptable,” said Page Braswell, who is white. “It’s abhorrent anyway, but for someone to fly that, especially after Nazis just killed someone and attempted to kill others?”
New research aims to explain how complex life emerged during a period when Earth was ravaged by ice and roasted by volcanoes.
Trump's response to the Charlottesville unrest was apparently a bridge too far for business leaders who for the most part sat silently as he attacked their stated values of diversity and inclusion over the past few months.
The leading medical center will join other charities defecting from the Palm Beach club.
Robert Kuttner, co-editor of the American Prospect, got an unexpected interview with White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon on Aug. 15.
His reaction to this week’s violence has created deep uncertainty about whether he can effectively lead his party and focus on urgent tasks looming in the fall.
Some descendants of people who led the Confederacy say they want the statues to come down.
@trumps_feed shows you what the president sees when he opens the app.
City education officials celebrate gains, but stark achievement gaps remain.
A major contracting organization has told its members to prepare for the worst.
Even after the Charlottesville unrest, most don't want to see the monuments taken down.
The four federal contractors on president’s advisory councils remained largely on sideline