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Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump's visit to Tokyo this weekend kicks off a summer of global jet-setting that takes him to five separate countries -- and confines him to the presidential aircraft
Ways of talking and writing change over time, and whatever is new tends to get, at first, a reputation as the royal road to communication hell. A lot of folks persist in believing that Twitter, for example,
The lavish spending of top officials rarely makes headlines anymore, but that doesn’t mean the problem has gone away. It would have been easy to miss the stories late last week, what with a trade war progress,
Trump is putting his own law enforcement apparatus and the free press on notice—do what I want or I will make your lives hell. Something about Speaker Nancy Pelosi sets all the bats flying in his belfry.
Black students on a field trip said they were told ‘no food, no drink, no watermelon.’ Now the museum is apologizing.
The field trip to Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts was supposed to be a reward for good grades and excellent behavior. Instead, chaperones say, students from the Helen Y. Davis Leadership Academy Charter School
President Trump has personally and repeatedly urged the head of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to award a border wall contract to a North Dakota construction firm whose top executive is a GOP donor frequent
Our Very Calm President Is Tweeting Vigorously About How Not Mad He Was During His Non-Temper Tantrum
It's all fun and games until you slide into authoritarianism. The only way to prove you were Not Mad behind closed doors is to rant in public about how Calm you were behind closed doors. You may not be
In the past, presidents have gone to almost any length to assure the public that there wouldn’t be even the barest suggestion of impropriety regarding their personal finances. Jimmy Carter put his peanut
President Donald Trump holds up a stat sheet having to do with the Mueller Report as he speaks in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, Wednesday, May 22, 2019. (AP/Andrew Harnik) The day Republicans
The Cracker Factory was open for business outside the White House on Wednesday morning. Speaker Nancy Pelosi came out of a meeting with her caucus in the House and told reporters that she believed that