Choose Your News
Loading...
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Thumbnail
Trump and chief of staff John Kelly met with Corey Lewandowski in the Oval Office. [Read More]
Thumbnail
There is an old joke about prayer in school. That there will always be such a thing as long as there are pop quizzes in algebra class. The quip is based on a faulty premise. No level of government in the United States has ever banned students praying in school. The U.S. Supreme Court did correctly ban the practice of prayers led, or required, by the state agents who run public education. It is no joke, though, that the latest incident of a mass shooting in an American school has led some people, including the current occupant of the... [Read More]
Thumbnail
The Trump administration might be having a subtle impact on America's interior design choices. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Forget the Oval Office and the Rose Garden: Tucked away in the far reaches of the White House are some of the more obscure, less heralded rooms. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Now that Barack Obama is gone, it's easy to forget how much liberal journalists loved the Democrat. In 2009, ABC's Terry Moran insisted that Obama was "the first president since George Washington to be taking a step down into the Oval Office." [Read More]
Thumbnail
US President Donald Trump and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during a meeting in the Oval Office agreed to cooperate on mineral exploration and extraction projects along with developing rare earths, the White House said in a press release. [Read More]
Thumbnail
The White House is on lockdown due to security incident A woman driving a vehicle rammed the security barrier of United States president Donald Trump's official residence in Washington DC.The vehicle did not breach the barrier, located at 17th and E streets. President Trump walks toward the Oval Office with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Friday.No further information was immediately available.Law enforcement sources told CNN she appeared... [Read More]
Editor: Have you noticed lately how the United States is becoming synonymous with bedlam? Arming school teachers with firearms?  What is America thinking?  What is the "stable genius" in the Oval Office thinking? He's not. He can't.  There is no cognitive material within the hollow cavity between his ears.  When it comes to the topic of the right to bear arms there is no rationality or reason today, no reliable intelligence in the control booth and very little to none in either house of Congress. [Read More]
Oval Office 12:38 P.M. EST PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Thank you very much.  It's an honor to have Prime Minister Turnbull, Mrs. Turnbull — friends of mine and friends of Melania for, actually, quite some time. The relationship we have with Australia is a terrific relationship, and probably stronger now than ever before — maybe because of …... [Read More]
Thumbnail
The Latest on President Donald Trump's meetings with the Australian prime minister (all times local): 1:15 p.m. President Donald Trump says "a lot of good things" will come from Friday's meetings with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Asked if he would visit down under, Trump says he would and called Australia a "great place." Trump says they are working on trade deals, the military, security and other issues. Turnbull noted that this year marks "100 years of mateship" between the U.S. and Australia. The prime minister predicted 100 more years of friendship to come. The leaders spoke in the... [Read More]
Thumbnail
The occupier of the Oval Office is really on a roll today. He's spent enough time being solemn and serious and acting like a human being, and is letting his true self back out. Here's what he had to say about the  the out-gunned school resource officer... [Read More]
The occupier of the Oval Office, over the thoughts and prayers stage for a nation overwhelmed by gun violence, is doing his usual disjointed and destructive morning routine of tweet venting. That includes taunting the Dreamers, the young whose lives he... [Read More]
Australia and U.S. work to repair relationship after early Trump thrashingWASHINGTON _ President Donald Trump was still settling into the Oval Office early last year when he blasted Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over the phone for what the president called the "worst deal ever."At issue was then-President Barack Obama's agreement to accept about 1,250 economic refugees who had fled to Australia, mostly from Myanmar, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Taking them, Trump... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Andy Pollack, the father of one of the 17 killed in Parkland, FL, said President Trump was "accommodating" and "understanding" in an Oval Office meeting. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Andy Pollack, the father of one of the 17 killed in Parkland, FL, said President Trump was "accommodating" and "understanding" in an Oval Office meeting. [Read More]
Thumbnail

President Donald Trump was still settling into the Oval Office early last year when he blasted Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over the phone for what the president called the "worst deal ever."

... [Read More]
Thumbnail
President Trump was still settling into the Oval Office early last year when he blasted Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over the phone for what the president called the "worst deal ever." At issue was then-President Obama's agreement to accept about 1,250 economic refugees who had fled... [Read More]
Thumbnail
NBA champs the Golden State Warriors have decided they'd visit local schools in the Washington, D.C, area instead of the oval office. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Campaign Action The occupier of the Oval Office is so devoid of empathy, he had to have a crib sheet reminding him to try display some to the grieving children, parents, and teachers at the "listening session" held Wednesday at the White House. His... [Read More]
Thumbnail
President Trump on Thursday signaled a dramatic shift on guns a day after he held an emotional listening session in the Oval Office with the families of victims and survivors of a mass shooting at a Florida high school. [Read More]
Loading...
Preview