Even as special counsel Robert S. Mueller III marches forward with his prosecution of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, and as the case that President Trump engaged in criminal conduct grows stronger, the president and his lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani continue their tango about whether the president will deign to answer questions from Mueller’s team.
DILLEY, Texas (AP) - A little boy with closely cropped hair was sitting quietly and grinning when he suddenly sprang to his feet and tried to swipe a brownie off a nearby tray. He couldn't quite reach it, though, instead sending crumbs and napkins in all directions and eliciting happy ...
Seventy-one people were shot this past weekend in Chicago. Twelve people lost their lives. The numbers are staggering, but they can never measure the futures lost and the devastation experienced by families left behind. It’s time to change that.
Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Thursday refused to debate conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro and compared the offer to catcalling.
"Just like catcalling, I don't owe a response to unsolicited requests from men with bad intentions," Ms. Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
Just like catcalling, I don't owe ...
LONDON (AP) - So much still frustrates the man at the forefront of eradicating discrimination from English soccer.
While teams are more diverse, there remains a distinct lack of black and ethnic minority coaches and executives in positions of power.
The atmosphere at matches is not as toxic as 25 ...
SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) - Macedonia's performance on preventing corruption is "clearly disappointing," the Council of Europe's anti-corruption group has said, calling on authorities to take action.
A compliance report by the GRECO group Thursday noted Macedonia "made no substantial progress" in implementing recommendations made over four years ago on preventing ...
A memory stick quietly exchanged in a coffee shop. An admission of a “Hail Mary” leak. An unmistakable effort to push the Russia investigation closer to Donald Trump’s inner circle with uncorroborated tales.
The Trump administration is tolerating abuses by Saudi Arabia instead of defending its democratic ally, Canada.
Following Tuesday’s final special election since Donald Trump took office, and with the 2018 midterm primaries winding down, the results signal a major concern for Republicans heading into the fall races: turnout.
In effect, the violence is condoned.
Xu Yimiao writes that China is running out of retaliatory tariffs against the US and has watched other major parties like the EU and Japan close ranks against it. Before the trade war gets more severe, Beijing's leaders should seek direct talks with Trump, and may have to swallow their pride
The campaign to get Sarah Jeong dismissed from the New York Times for racism is guided by a larger effort to strip away the moral authority of people belonging to a vulnerable group.
Earlier this week, Candace Owens, a young black conservative, was shouted out of a restaurant by a white crowd screaming obscenities and racial epithets at her and her dining companion, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk (who is white). The police had to be called, and the mob shouted obnoxious slurs at the officers as well.
Imagine if it emerged that the Republican chairman of the House or Senate intelligence committee had a Russian spy working on their senate staff.
President Trump is enjoying a fantasy he’s dubbed the “Red Wave,” while threatening to shut down the government days before the midterm elections. Throw in a trade war and it’s more than a headache for congressional Republicans facing steep headwinds on Nov. 6.
During a campaign rally in suburban Columbus last Saturday, President Trump invited Rep. Jim Jordan to the stage. How great is he? Trump asked the crowd about the Ohio native. The packed school auditorium soon filled with chants, Speaker of the House! Speaker of the
Do Blue Dog democrats still exist?
They must hold 10 seats in Trump country and over-perform in contested states. But with a blue wave forecast, anything could happen.
The Republican faithful insist they could still avoid a total bloodbath in November -- and they might be right