Where Does Trump Get His Info? Philadelphia Mayor Slams President For 'False Comments' On City's Crime Rates
Mayor Jim Kenney called President Donald Trump’s comments Thursday about the city’s crime rate “an insult to the men and women of the Philadelphia police force.”
Marijuana Legalization 2017: Utah To Unveil Several Medical Cannabis Bills, Doctors Urge More Research Before Measures Become Law
Members of Congress have been working on legislatures that would expand the existing law which only allows patients with severe epilepsy to use oil extracted from the cannabis plant.
What Will Trump Do About Middle East? Jordan's King Abdullah To Meet Congress, New Administration During US Visit
Abdullah will be the first Arab leader to meet with President Donald Trump’s administration.
When Will Trump-Putin Meeting Happen? Russia-US Relations May Improve Under Trump Administration As Leaders Plan To Speak By Phone
This will be the first conversation between President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin since Trump assumed office last week.
Trump Cabinet Update: When Is Betsy DeVos' Confirmation Vote? Bob Casey Joins Bernie Sanders, Chuck Schumer In Opposing Education Secretary Nominee
Casey’s office noted opposition for Michigan billionaire Betsy DeVos’ confirmation as education secretary was at a “very high” level compared to President Donald Trump’s other cabinet picks.
Describing herself as a “working mom,” the first lady ran her own anti-aging cosmetics and luxury jewelry brand for some time, starting in 2012.
How Many Women Voted For Trump? Despite Women's March, Abortion Issues, Over 50% Of White Female Voters Supported Donald Trump
Exit polls indicated 53 percent of white women voted for the real estate mogul on Election Day, Nov. 8, 2016.
Trump Inauguration Crowd Size Controversy: President Tweets Picture With Wrong Swearing-In Event Date
The president tweeted a picture of a framed panoramic photograph of the inauguration crowd Tuesday saying that it would be displayed at the upper or lower press hall in the White House.
Are Pipelines Safe? Saskatchewan Oil Leak Source Still Unknown As Canadian Authorities Prepare To Evacuate Spill Area
The spill is Saskatchewan’s second major leak in seven months, the first being a Husky Energy Inc. pipeline leak that released 225,000 liters of oil into a major river.
Trump On Climate Change: President Tells EPA To Scrap Global Warming Page From Website, Bans Agency From Tweeting, Speaking To Press
The White House also reportedly asked the Environmental Protection Agency to remove the climate change page from its website.
Can Trump Save US Jobs? President To Meet Major Automakers Tuesday To Push For American Manufacturing
President Donald Trump has consistently insisted automakers and other manufacturers in the country should “buy American and hire American.”
Will Trump Start A War? German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier Says ‘Turbulent Times’ Ahead Following Trump Inauguration
“With the election of Donald Trump the old world of the 20th century is over for good," Frank-Walter Steinmeier wrote in an opinion piece published Sunday in Bild am Sonntag.
Islam In Europe: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte Tells People Criticizing Nation’s Customs To ‘Behave Normally, Or Go Away’
The Netherlands’ Prime Minister Mark Rutte, in an open letter, said the Dutch were getting “increasingly uncomfortable” with those who abused freedoms they enjoyed after moving to the country.
Cost Of War Against ISIS: US Spending Over $12 Million A Day In Fight Against Islamic State In Syria And Iraq
As of Dec.15, 2016, the U.S. government has spent $10.7 billion in its fight against the Islamic State group since Operation Inherent Resolve began in 2014.
President Donald Trump and his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah el-Sisi had spoken earlier in December when Trump condemned a United Nations Security Council vote against Israeli settlements in Palestine.
The president’s previous press conference was held earlier this month and was his only media briefing during his time as president-elect.
Will Trump Release His Tax Returns? WikiLeaks Slams President For 'Breach Of Promise' After Kellyanne Conway's Comments
The transparency group Sunday urged anyone who had them to pass the documents to it so they could be published on the WikiLeaks website.
Russia-Trump Ties: Senators To Introduce Bipartisan Bill To Stall President's Plan To Cancel Moscow Sanctions
The proposed legislation, to be introduced this week, would require President Donald Trump to go through Congress before lifting sanctions put in place against Russia by the Obama administration.
Will Trump Be Impeached? Legal Watchdog Accuses President Of Violating Constitution By Accepting Foreign Payments
The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington accused President Donald Trump of violating the constitution by allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments.
“Western style democracy used to be a recognized power in history to drive social development. But now it has reached its limits,” an article published in the state-run People’s Daily said.
Marla Maples and Donald Trump wed in December 1993, two months after the birth of their daughter, Tiffany.
Will Obamacare Be Repealed? Republican Governors Urge Congress Against Repealing Affordable Care Act Without Replacement
Barack Obama’s signature healthcare reform, the Affordable Care Act, which brought insurance to nearly 20 million Americans, had been labeled a “disaster” by Donald Trump.
Ahead Of Trump Inauguration, Japan’s Shinzo Abe Vows To ‘Fortify’ Washington-Tokyo Alliance With President-Elect
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who visited Donald Trump in New York in November, is likely to pay the incoming president another visit late January, reports said.
Trump’s cabinet will likely be dominated by white men, with just three women — one of whom is Indian-American and another who is Taiwanese-American — and one African-American man.
Trump Inauguration Protests Update: Alec Baldwin, Robert De Niro, Michael Moore, Cher Join Demonstrations At Trump's New York Hotel
The actor began his speech at a protest outside the Trump International Hotel in New York City, with his popular impersonation of Donald Trump.
Trump Inauguration Update: President-Elect Picks Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way’ For First Dance As President, Report Says
Sinatra’s famous number will be performed by three Nashville artists including jazz singer Erin Boheme, who will also perform the Liberty Ball’s opening number, a report said.
Vaccination 2017: After Zika, Ebola Outbreaks, $460 Million Initiative Seeks To Develop Vaccines For Potential Epidemics
Launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations “will seek to outsmart epidemics.”
Seoul’s intelligence agencies reported spotting missile parts, believed to belong to North Korea's intercontinental ballistic missiles.
“Both sides benefit with cooperation, and both are hurt with conflict,” Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesman Sun Jiwen said Thursday.
David Petraeus resigned as CIA chief in 2012 following news that he had an extramarital affair with former military official and biographer Paula Broadwell.