“There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea.” — President Trump, June 13 “North Korea is upgrading its nuclear research center at a rapid pace, new satellite imagery analysis suggests.” — The
(CNN) — As President Donald Trump prepares for a rollout of a nominee who could solidify the rightward tilt of the Supreme Court for decades to come, judicial conservatives are maneuvering, largely behind
A federal judge in Washington has tossed out a lawsuit claiming President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign conspired with Russian agents and WikiLeaks to publish emails hacked from the Democratic National
The lobby for hundreds of medical schools and teaching hospitals Wednesday said it was “deeply concerned” that the Trump administration was rescinding guidance on consideration of race in university admissions.
As President Trump prepares for what many reasonably fear could be a diplomatic train wreck at the July 11-12 NATO summit in Brussels, the odd truth is that when it comes to transatlantic security, the
WASHINGTON — “The assault on the American auto industry is over,” President Trump declared last spring in Detroit, promising auto executives that he would throttle back Obama-era regulations on vehicle
That turned out to be a mistake. No recent Wisconsin polls showed the Republican presidential nominee ahead of his Democratic counterpart in the Badger State. The RealClearPolitics polling average, which
Trump overcame all odds on Wednesday when he became the 45th president-elect of the United States. As a result, he's about to gain control of the US intelligence agencies, including the NSA (National Agency).
Republican candidate Donald Trump appears close to defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election. His pledges to add huge tariffs to Chinese imports and renegotiate long-standing deals
Believe it or not, it’s official: Donald Trump is now the president-elect of the United States of America. The victorious Republican candidate trumped Hillary Clinton by a huge margin, clinching the presidential
Politics / Updated / Source: TODAY Donald Trump enjoyed "warm" and "thorough" conversations with Hillary Clinton and President Obama on election night, Kellyanne Conway, the president-elect's campaign
Jonah Goldberg of the National Review and GOP pollster John Feehery discuss Trump's win. NPR's Scott Detrow reports on rural voters, and NPR's John Ydstie has more on financial market uncertainty. Transcript
Against all odds, polls, and projections, Donald Trump claimed victory in the presidential election Tuesday, delivering a speech at the Hilton Hotel in New York City on Tuesday to a cheering crowd of It
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign manager on Wednesday said there has been no discussion of an appointment of a prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton’s
White rage against the machine: President-elect Donald Trump is a historical shock — unless you study American history |
How did this happen? I offer the following preliminary explanations: Racism and sexism combined to defeat Clinton. This outcome is as much a backlash against President Barack Obama as it is against a being
(CNN) — Hillary Clinton just couldn't hold onto the Obama coalition. And that proved to be a large part of her undoing. African-American, Latino and younger voters failed to show up at the polls in sufficient
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump’s election as president raises the prospect the United States will pull out of the nuclear pact it signed last year with Iran, alienating Washington from its allies
His victory shocked the world and reordered the American political landscape. NEW YORK—The end of the campaign came for Donald Trump early Wednesday morning, but it was not the ending almost anyone foresaw.
Roughly half of you are waking up jubilant on Wednesday morning. You have changed the country. You have shown those bastards in DC who's really in charge. You have elected Donald Trump as US president.
Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, confirmed on MSNBC that Trump looked forward to meeting with the president. Earnest said Obama would make a statement on Wednesday at the White House to discuss
For weeks, despite volatile polling data, the conventional wisdom held that once Americans went to polling places they would choose what most pundits identified as the rational option: Play it safe and
In 2010, President Barack Obama installed a new rug in the Oval Office, featuring five quotations along its perimeter. Four are from past presidents, the fifth a paraphrase by Martin Luther King Jr. of
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hillary Clinton came closer than any other woman to winning the White House on Tuesday but fell short for a second time, a bitter disappointment for a pioneering but polarizing political
Hillary Clinton was exactly the wrong candidate: a technocrat who offered fine-tuning when the country wanted to take a sledgehammer to the machine Donald Trump heads to the White House – live updates