Asked about canceled White House visit, Eagles player uses posters rather than words

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins remained silent on Wednesday as he faced questions from reporters about a canceled trip to the White House, opting instead to hold up a series of signs drawing attention to racia…

SD state lawmaker: Businesses should be allowed to ‘turn away people of color’

A South Dakota state lawmaker argued in a Facebook comment that businesses should be allowed to turn down people based on the color of their skin.The comment from state Rep. Michael Clark (R) came shortly after the…

Judge rules Trump must sit for deposition in defamation lawsuit

President Trump must be deposed in a defamation lawsuit brought last year by a former contestant on “The Apprentice,” a judge in Manhattan ruled Tuesday.In a court order, Judge Jennifer Schechter set a Jan. 31, 201…

In a letter to Mueller, Trump’s lawyers argued he could not obstruct justice: report

President Trump’s lawyers sent a confidential letter to special counsel Robert Mueller in January, arguing that the president could not have possibly obstructed justice because he has constitutional authority over all fed…

Some US companies say Trump’s tariffs are already hurting their business

Some U.S. companies say they are already feeling a squeeze from President Trump’s new tariffs on steel and aluminum.A number of firms that manufacture products using the metals …

Trump slams ‘the resistance’ in weekly address

President Trump tore into the so-called “resistance” of Democrats opposed to his agenda on Saturday, accusing them of “resisting the will of the American voter.”In his weekly address, Trump blamed Democrats for slo…

White House planning for potential Trump-Putin summit: report

Puerto Rico government releases data showing increase in deaths after Hurricane Maria

US vetoes UN resolution offering ‘protection’ for Palestinians

Trump tells Trudeau on NAFTA: US will agree to fair deal or ‘no deal at all’

Puerto Rico gov: ‘There will be hell to pay’ if data held back on hurricane deaths

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said on Thursday that there would be “hell to pay” if territory officials withheld key statistics about the death toll from Hurricane Maria.

Dem senator suggests Trump ‘sending a message to witnesses’ with pardons

Prosecutors question Comey for probe into McCabe

Prosecutors in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia recently interviewed former FBI Director James Comey as part of a criminal investigation into his former deputy, Andrew McCabe….

Boehner: ‘I think Trump promised Melania that he would not win’

Former House Speaker John Boehner speculated on Thursday that President Trump assured his wife Melania he would not win the 2016 presidential election and that she would not have to live in the White House.”I think…

Scarborough calls for ABC to stop airing ‘Roseanne’ over racial tweet

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough on Tuesday said that ABC should stop airing the sitcom “Roseanne” after the show’s titular star, Roseanne Barr, attacked former Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett with a comment that many…

Avenatti slows Cohen investigation: report

Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti has pumped the brakes on prosecutors’ efforts to investigate a hush-money payment from President Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen….

Trump: I shouldn’t be focusing on ‘rigged Russia witch hunt’

President Trump said in an early morning Tweet on Tuesday that he should focus his attention on his responsibilities in the White House, as opposed to the investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Rus…

Trump knocks Dems for tweeting 2014 images of children in cages at border

President Trump blasted Democrats on Tuesday for mistakenly posting a series of photos online purporting to show undocumented immigrant children being held in cages, accusing liberals of trying to make his administration…

Trump: Mueller team will be meddling in midterms

President Trump suggested on Tuesday that special counsel Robert Mueller’s team of investigators is planning to meddle in the 2018 midterm elections, and urged Republican lawmakers to “stay tough” in the coming months….

Giuliani suggests Obama, top intelligence officials knew of ‘spygate’

President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani suggested on Sunday that former President Barack Obama and his top intelligence officials “knew” the FBI had used an alleged top-secret informant to spy on Trump’s 2016 campaign….