The White House is promoting optimism in the face of new warnings about the economy
While watching TV, Trump is introduced to a new theory about the 2016 vote.
The president is seeking to play down the risk of a downturn while also pinning the blame for a potential downturn on the Federal Reserve.
A nuanced portrayal hits at the core question for those who criticized and then served Trump: How much are you willing to sacrifice your principles? Pompeo has been willing to go further than most anyone.
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His latest prediction — that there's no recession coming — echoes what he said in 2007-2008.
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The one person who could push the debate isn't.
The Massachusetts Democrat, speaking at a Native American forum, seeks to pivot toward policies that she says will improve the lives of native communities.
Examining America's history with the oppression of blacks isn't even always an examination of history.
At a Washington Post Live event, the New York Democrat, who is running for president, defended her call for the former Minnesota senator’s resignation in 2017 amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
But Trump signals that he’s not going to take meaningful action.
The president embraced Apple's complaints about the tariffs while his advisers insisted we should worry only about the impact on China's economy.
The Iowa Republican said last week that humanity might not exist if not for rape and incest. He claims he was misquoted.
The move will delay the implementation of a penalty on the Chinese tech giant for another 90 days. The commerce secretary’s comments come one day after President Trump suggested the U.S. would not grant another reprieve.
The statistics are grim.
An attack ad mixes innuendo and fuzzy sourcing to misleadingly attack the veteran lawmaker from Maine.
“Essentially, it’s a large real estate deal,” the president said Sunday.
Sanders, Buttigieg also try to broaden appeal among black Democrats in Southern states.
“It looks much more like we’re not going to do business,” the president said of the Chinese tech giant, citing national security concerns.
The proposal calls for ending for-profit prisons, setting national standards for the use of force by police officers and halving the prison population.
Cheney has been critical of the Trump administration’s foreign policy moves.