Before a cheering crowd at a campaign event for Sen. Luther Strange, the president cursed, mocked the leader of North Korea, promised to build a new “see-through wall” on the southern border, called allegations of Russian interference in the election a “hoax” and repeatedly relived the 2016 campaign.
With the apparent collapse of the GOP effort to repeal Obamacare, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other establishment Republicans face another giant test as Alabama votes next week on a successor to Jeff Sessions.
A super PAC affiliated with the Senate majority leader has spent millions to help Luther Strange hold his seat, but the senator was noncommittal about continuing to back Mitch McConnell in his leadership role.
The four Texas men — two militia members and two Muslims — were on polarized sides in a divided country. Both sides agreed the government wasn’t doing enough, so they decided to get together and discuss their differences. “Meet me at the Dairy Queen,” was the invitation.
Within roughly 12 hours starting Friday, the president set the stage for potential mass protests Sunday along NFL sidelines by calling for league owners to fire any player who “disrespects our flag.” He also disinvited Curry of the Golden State Warriors from a White House visit.
Dangerous medical errors in the ward include the failure to take routine steps to prevent a newborn from contracting HIV and to properly monitor or treat a pregnant woman with potentially fatal blood-pressure problems.
The seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom home is named after the Irish castle Dunluce, which had been in the owner's family in the 16th century, and contains touches like an inlaid harp in the marble floor of the foyer.
Insults between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un are the just the latest in a long — and often more cutting — line of political putdowns. Here’s a look at jabs from America’s founding fathers, leaders from the 20th century and politicians of today.
The magnitude 6.1 quake, centered in the state of Oaxaca, swayed buildings and set off a seismic alarm in the capital of a country reeling from two powerful quakes this month that killed nearly 400 people.