President Trump's chief economic adviser accused Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of stabbing the U.S. and fellow G-7 negotiators in the back with "amateurish" verbal attacks during a domestic press conference.
Larry Kudlow said Mr. Trump negotiated in good faith with fellow global powers in Quebec.
But the president also ...
, National Journal
New polling shows voters in both parties hate the other side more than they support their own party’s policies.
, New York Daily News
Forecasting elections is a fraught endeavor, especially before autumn has arrived. British Prime Minister Harold Wilson was fond of saying that a week is a long time in politics...
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on Sunday tore into Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for "double crossing" President Trump with critical comments about U.S. trade policy."He was polarizing. He reall...
, FOX News
The U.S. president's critics are all using identical language in their denunciations of his policy positions.
, Washington Post
The cover of this week’s Economist magazine shows President Trump swinging on a gigantic wrecking ball: a metaphor for his foreign policy.
, New York Times
With his America First agenda, President Trump has driven a wedge between the United States and its allies, ceding leadership and its seat at the table.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - She may not have graduated high school yet, but Zyahna Bryant already has made a name for herself.
The Charlottesville High School junior first gained national attention when she created a petition in March 2016 to remove Charlottesville's statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. The ...
SINGAPORE — President Trump walked off of Air Force One in Singapore on Sunday and moved one step closer to his historic summit with North Korea leader Kim Jong-un.
All the players are now in place for the summit, with Mr. Kim having arrived in a Chinese jumbo jet earlier ...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Indiana Republican Party activists overwhelmingly voted Saturday to reaffirm language first inserted in their platform when Vice President Mike Pence was governor that defines marriage as a union "between a man and a woman."
The (Northwest Indiana) Times reported that delegates to the party's biennial state convention ...
The U.S. president sees some of himself in an unorthodox leader who distrusts the established order and is eager to make history.
A crowd waited in the heat and humidity for a glimpse of Kim Jong Un.
President Trump should avoid letting himself be photographed too much with Kim Jong Un as the two meet during a historic summit in Singapore this week, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson said on "Fox News Sunday."
SINGAPORE — President Donald Trump landed in Singapore on Sunday evening, joining North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the island city-state ahead of one of the most unusual and highly anticipated summits in recent world history, a Tuesday sit-down meant to settle a standoff over Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal.
In the middle of directing the difficult task of transferring the historically important records of the Obama administration into the National Archives, the archivist in charge, David Ferriero, ran into a serious problem: A lot of key records are missing.
, The New Yorker
Orwell argues that totalitarianism makes literature impossible. By literature, he means all kinds of writing in prose, from imaginative fiction to political journalism; he suggests that verse might slip through the cracks.
Carl M. Cannon
, Orange County Register
For a guy who supposedly harbors authoritarian impulses, Donald Trump hasn’t used presidential clemency powers much. In his first 16 months in office, he’s granted only five pardons and commuted one prison sentence.
, Wall Street Journal
Mark Penn helped design the Clinton campaign against Ken Starr. He says he’s being consistent.
Don't pathologize the despair that is a rational response to a culture that values people based on ever escalating financial and personal achievements.
, Washington Post
Charles Krauthammer, a man who has beaten unbelievable odds and overcome obstacles that would defeat most mortals, has finally encountered one foe over which he says he can’t claim victory.
, The Hill
The indictment of James Wolfe, 58, former security director of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI), has sent shockwaves around Washington.
Suzanna Danuta Walters
, Washington Post
My edge has been crossed for a long time, before President Trump, before Harvey Weinstein, before “mansplaining” and “incels.”
, New York Times
After 20 years of the same old song and dance, the former president is forced to face the music.
It is an interesting contrast.
, Daily Beast
Seizure of reporter’s records raises the First Amendment stakes—and shows us now more than ever that Congress needs to act.
TEHRAN, Iran — For Iran, the so-called "Axis of Evil" has boiled down to a party of one, as President Donald Trump prepares for direct talks with North Korea.
With Saddam Hussein overthrown and Kim Jong-un now preparing for a planned meeting in Singapore with Trump, Iran remains the last ...
SINGAPORE — Spare a moment, as you anticipate one of the most unusual summits in modern history, to consider North Korea's leader as he left the all-encompassing bubble of his locked-down stronghold of Pyongyang on Sunday and stepped off a jet onto Singapore soil for his planned sit-down with President ...
SINGAPORE — North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un arrived at this island city-state Sunday ahead of a historic summit with President Trump, bringing with him a extensive security force and a private food supply.
Mr. Kim was greeted at the airport by Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan, who tweeted a photo ...
President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said on Sunday that he thinks former FBI Director James Comey could be prosecuted as a result of ...
President Trump should be careful not to become a propaganda tool duing his historic meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapore, Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson said on "Fox News Sunday."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "stabbed us in the back' at the G7 summit, National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said on Sunday.