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Rex Tillerson has a long way to go if he wants to build trust with the State Department workforce he now leads.
Pence told European leaders the Trump administration still supports the E.U. But there are several signs that U.S. policy could be headed for a big shift.
Will Congress stand up for human rights if the administration does not?
The vice president’s message to Europeans in Munich was that America will continue leading the Western world order, but Europeans aren’t convinced Trump feels the same way.
Flynn made a huge bet on a long-shot candidate. Now Flynn is out, and the consequences in Washington will be far-reaching.
His choice of chief of staff, Margaret Peterlin, sends a reassuring message.
The world’s most vulnerable are looking to the American people to stand up for human rights, if the American president won’t.
Bannon ordered Kelly to kill a waiver but Kelly refused, winning the first battle with Trump’s political aides.
Trump’s chief strategist is not just influencing policy now. He’s building a team to guide the administration in the long-term as well.
Vian Dakhil persuaded the world to help save Yazidis from the Islamic State. Now she is caught up in Trump’s immigration ban.