Strolling to the end of a White House driveway on Wednesday ahead of his departure for a veterans event in Kentucky, the president began speaking while still walking toward a crowd of waiting reporters.
It's been a roller coaster of a week for President Donald Trump, even by his own standards. And the avalanche of public reversals, denials, and bungled messaging adds yet another layer to a portrait of
One post showed the man walking through a home brandishing a gun with a high-capacity magazine and tapping an unidentified woman on her buttocks with the barrel. In another, he waved a pistol loaded with
This summer's mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, accelerated calls for more red flag or extreme-risk laws in those states, as well as helped jump-start bills in Congress. The laws allow
The American healthcare system is plagued by the most expensive costs in the world, as millions of citizens suffer from medical debt and 13.7% of adults have no insurance. In the midst of these issues,
POLITICO’s latest Global Translations podcast episode explores whether modest climate legislation could pass as soon as this year. Republicans are beginning to feel the heat on climate change. Though significant
Last year alone, 37,000 low-income patients in Utah received subsidized family planning under Title X, the federal program which distributes grants to clinics. But as of Monday, when Planned Parenthood
Mohammed Saleem was murdered by a terrorist, and yet you’ve probably never even heard of him. It was April 2013, and the 82-year-old was walking home from evening prayers at a mosque in Small Heath, Birmingham.
Using Marine One as a backdrop, the White House has replaced formal briefings with impromptu chats where the president sets all the rules. The latest iteration of President Donald Trump’s signature news
One man was charged with threatening to “slaughter and murder” doctors and patients at an abortion clinic in Chicago. Another was arrested in connection with threats against Planned Parenthood and federal
Defense secretary says ISIS not in a resurgent state in Syria despite Pentagon report saying ISIS is re-surging
(CNN) — Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said Wednesday that ISIS was not "in a resurgent state in Syria" despite a Pentagon inspector general report saying the terror group is re-surging in that country.
(CNN) — Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday that he had spoken with a Ukrainian official about Joe Biden's possible role in that government's dismissal of a prosecutor who investigated Biden's son. The move the
Sen. Bernie Sanders is the first presidential candidate to call for a total ban on the use of facial recognition software for policing. He’s also calling for a moratorium on the use of algorithmic risk
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is moving to end an agreement limiting how long migrant children can be kept in detention, the president's latest effort to curb immigration at the Mexican border.
With their hopes fading that lawmakers in Washington will pass new gun safety measures, young activists from March for Our Lives have their own plans on how to stem gun violence. The proposal, called Peace
The Trump administration has floated a new round of tax cuts for the rich and slashing the payroll tax used to fund Social Security and Medicare to ease worries of a recession, which the White House insists
confirmed Tuesday that he is considering a payroll tax cut, contradicting a statement issued by the White House Monday, but he insisted the economy is “far” from a recession, and that any tax proposals