Why are news outlets treating the 2018 border crisis as if it is the worst?
Because it started so differently — with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inviting President Donald Trump to a face-to-face meeting, which the mercurial Trump promptly accepted — the June 12 summit in Singapore held out the promise of delivering something big and transformative.
On the first day of June, President Donald Trump invited Kim Yong Chol, North Korea’s second most powerful official, into the Oval Office where they talked at length and posed for photos. Afterward, Trump shook Kim’s hand before reporters.
President Donald Trump asserted Monday that he has “the absolute right to PARDON myself” — the sort of Twitter pronouncement that drives his critics crazy while prompting supporters to cheer him on.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian visited the White House Wednesday to urge President Donald Trump to commute the sentence of a 63-year-old grandmother serving a federal sentence of life without parole for a first-time, nonviolent drug offense.
A college dean who warned students about the risk of unschooled boobs ruining sound public policy didn’t get his facts straight during a recent commencement ceremony.
President Donald Trump has the White House running on “fast forward.” He is pushing the once crusty and creaky foreign policy apparatus to move at the speed of Twitter.
The U.S. Senate faces a clear choice as it prepares to confirm — or reject — Acting CIA Director Gina Haspel as the permanent head spook.
My Uber driver to the White House Correspondents Association dinner Saturday night was an Iranian journalist jailed for four years in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison and sentenced to 60 lashes.