Disclosures show Kushner’s wealth and debt have risen

WASHINGTON (AP) - Financial disclosure forms show that White House special adviser - and President Donald Trump's son-in-law - Jared Kushner's wealth and debt both appear to have risen over the year, an indication of the complex state of his finances and the potential conflicts that confront some of his ...

Seattle City Council considering ‘head tax’ repeal

That didn't take long.

Just a month after passing a controversial "head tax" on employees, the Seattle City Council is reportedly considering repealing it.

The Seattle Times reported Monday night that Council President Bruce Harrell "without warning" scheduled a meeting for Tuesday to vote on repealing the $275-per-employee ...

Congressional Republicans oppose Blagojevich clemency

CHICAGO (AP) - The Republicans in Illinois' congressional delegation are asking President Trump not to grant former Gov. Rod Blagojevich clemency.

Trump has said he is considering commuting the Democrat's sentence for corruption. Blagojevich has served about six-and-a-half years of his 14-year sentence.

Blagojevich, his wife Patti, has embarked on ...

Bipartisan support raised for Congressional role in nuclear talks with North Korea

Capitol Hill lawmakers are scrambling to prepare for the prospect that the historic summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-un will set in motion a much longer diplomatic process fraught with tense follow-on negotiations and potentially delicate nuclear inspections.

Congressional sources say there's bipartisan support for giving Mr. Trump space ...

House set to vote on measures for fighting opioid addiction

Congress for years has nibbled around the opioid addiction issue, allocating billions of dollars and hours of speeches at the problem.

But this week, the House will take its first major steps to change the policies that fuel the addiction, hoping to alter the prescription regime that gets some people ...

Dennis Rodman praises Donald Trump for meeting with Kim Jong-un

SINGAPORE — Former NBA player Dennis Rodman, a longtime proponent of people-to-people contact with North Korea, was overcome with emotion Tuesday about the historic summit between President Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong-un.

He began to cry when recalling the death threats — which he called "bullets" — he ...

Dennis Rodman weeps with joy over Trump-Kim summit

NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman gave an emotional, bizarre TV interview on Tuesday reacting to the highly anticipated summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.Wearing a red "Make America G...

Trump mocks press at North Korea summit

President Trump took a jab at the media on Tuesday in Singapore as he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un headed into their historic meeting."The press, they never stop," Trump told Kim, as re...

Trump: ‘It’s my honor’ to meet Kim

President Trump predicted he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will have a "terrific relationship" as the two leaders started their historic summit in Singapore on Tuesday."I feel really," Trump told reporters. "...

Trump shakes Kim’s hand as historic summit begins

President Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, a historic encounter that Trump hopes will lead to a lasting peace agreement and the dismantling of North Korea's nuclear program.The first-eve...

Donald Trump, Kim Jong-un kick off historic summit with handshake, smiles

SINGAPORE — With a firm handshake and gentle smiles, President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un came face-to-face Tuesday on this tropical island, kicking off a historic summit on denuclearization that was unthinkable six months ago.

They met alone on a veranda of the luxurious Capella Hotel for the ...