During an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," President Donald Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney admitted that the commander-in-chief "still considers himself to be in the hospitality business"
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The Democrats who rule California took on homegrown tech giants Uber and Lyft over their workforces, convinced some of the world's biggest automakers to buck the president on
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi led a surprise congressional visit to Jordan over the weekend, highlighting her sharp disagreement with President Trump over policy in a Middle East roiled by Trump’s abrupt
BERN (Reuters) - Support for the Greens surged in Switzerland’s election on Sunday, moving politics to the left and putting environmentalists in the mix for a seat in the broad coalition that has governed
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The shout of "2024!" from the crowd was unmistakable. It stopped Donald Trump Jr. cold. President Donald Trump's eldest son had been in the midst of a humor-laced screed in which he
‘They are livid’: Trump’s withdrawal from Syria prompts rare public criticism from current, former military officials
A cascade of criticism by current and former military officials of President Trump’s abrupt withdrawal from Syria has thrust into plain sight internal debates over the military’s role in foreign policy
Congressional Republicans have been terrified of Trump’s 'base' long enough. Let them know they ought to be even more worried about the rest of us. After the last few weeks, you might think we’re past
"You're the richest people in the world. How in God's name do you feel like a victim?" asks former Goldman Sachs partner Michael Novogratz. Billionaire and former Goldman Sachs partner Michael Novogratz
It’s been a big legal year for Republican U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes of Tulare, who once co-sponsored the “Discouraging Frivolous Lawsuits Act.” ¤ A stone fruit farmer in Dinuba, and two other people, for to
Can Dundar, the former editor in chief of the leading Turkish newspaper Cumhuriyet, is now living in exile. Earlier this week, amid burgeoning scandals in Washington and a dramatic shift in the balance
"And that’s exactly what he wants," said Walter Shaub, the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics. Walter Shaub, the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, has doubled down his
Donald Trump, like all strongmen, fetishizes military might. He dreams of parading armies down the streets of Washington. He exalts men with weapons the way football fans deify their favorite quarterbacks.
Regarding the Oct. 16 front-page article “Bolton, Mulvaney draw attention in House inquiry”: Reported refusals by the Trump administration’s and the president’s own (occasionally acknowledged) legal counsel