For the last 18 months, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and other top national-security officials have mostly kept their heads down in public as they tried to quietly counsel President Trump.
In 1787, when the Constitutional Convention and an infant republic “hung by a thread,” two imaginative New Englanders solved the problem and saved the day.
So, what if we apply the question to “progressivism,” so-called: Is there an opposite to that? Answer: not if the question refers to the vague, amorphous, undefined progressivism of today. There can be no antonym for a term that is lexically meaningless.
Who needs laughter when you can use your broadcast time to lazily slam the president or talk about a rape and be hailed as a hero?
The outrage mob has claimed another scalp. Before they get another one, let’s make them earn it.
President Trump doubled down on his tariff tactics on Wednesday, arguing that without tariffs the country and farmers would "continue to be ripped off."
Mr. Trump questioned "weak" politicians and countries responding with retaliatory trade measures, insisting that the U.S. show "no weakness!"
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The conduct of foreign policy is often thought of as the primary responsibility of a U.S. president. Because of its existential importance to the security of our country, the disturbing Delphic utterances of President Trump in Helsinki and thereafter have sent spasms through the Western foreign policy and intelligence communities.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is having a bad week, and it's about to get worse.
President Trump touted reforms at the Department of Veterans Affairs in a speech Tuesday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ annual convention in Kansas City. He pointed to a new hotline for veterans at the White House, expanded private medical options and, most especially, increased accountability within the department. “We’ve enacted some of the largest VA reforms in the history of the VA,” Trump said to the veterans group. Reforming the agency -- which has been beset by scandals and inefficiencies -- was among the president’s top priorities when he took office....
Opportunity Zones, created by Trump’s tax law, are meant to help the heartland thrive and make the country more equal—but can they pull it off?
To be effective, NATO needs the support of the American people. That means no more regime-change, occupations, or long term nation-building missions.
A malignant megalomaniac facing no countervailing power will continue to expand his terrain until he is stopped.
Carter Page's nightmare began exactly two years ago this week.On July 26, 2016, a reporter with the Wall Street Journal sent him a text, asking the then-Trump campaign advisor about his ties to Russia, including alleged meetings with Kremlin officials.
Europe is finally realizing that before saving the world, it needs to save itself from the assault of its former protector, the United States.
His time at Disney expired due to bad tweets, now the second leading cause of Hollywood career death, behind only sexual misconduct. The tweets — an endless, gross, “indefensible,” in the company’s words, litany of sick jokes about pedophilia — were not entirely fresh news.
HELSINKI (AP) — Top European Union officials were going into a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday warning they are ready to put tariffs on $20 billion of American goods if he puts duties on car imports.
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and trade chief Cecilia Malmstrom will ...
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Several Alaska Native corporations and their subsidiaries are contracted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in work involving detaining and guarding migrants, patrolling the nation's borders and maintaining detention centers.
The Anchorage Daily News reports that government contract data shows Native corporations and other Alaska-based companies ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - One House bill, backed mostly by Republicans, would repeal a tax imposed on some medical devices to help pay for President Barack Obama's health care law, a statute they despise. With another, still a bare-bones outline, the GOP would make last year's $1.5 trillion tax cut permanent ...