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.
Debra J. Saunders is the White House correspondent for the Las Vegas Review-Journal. email@example.com … @DebraJSaunders on Twitter. 202-662-7391
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.
When he ran for president, candidate Donald Trump promised to hire “the best people” and said he would look at potential Cabinet members’ “track record, great confidence, love of what they’re doing, how they get along with people, references.”
An odd thing is happening in President Donald Trump’s America. Over time, his rivals turn into their own versions of The Donald. No greater example exists than James Comey, the FBI chief whom Trump fired last year.
Kathryn Dunn Tenpas has been keeping track of White House staff turnover since the late 1990s, but until President Donald Trump took the oath of office, the Brookings Institution senior fellow told the Review-Journal, “no one’s ever cared about it.”
The Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act, or FOSTA, drew bipartisan support in Congress but was opposed by groups promoting such disparate causes as free speech, technology and sex workers’ rights.
President Donald Trump wants to help federal inmates “who have served their time get a second chance.” Thank Trump’s senior aide and son-in-law Jared Kushner, for whom prison reform is personal.
President Donald Trump says he wants to remake U.S. foreign policy, but doesn’t have a fully staffed army of diplomats and national security figures to lead the charge.
President Donald Trump fired Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and named his replacement on Twitter Wednesday night — in a set of moves that seems to be coming a habit.
The Trump administration’s decision to add a question to the 2020 census has met with fierce opposition from critics who argue that it will discourage immigrants — legal and undocumented — from participating in the 2020 count of the country’s population.
In past White Houses, the removal of a national security adviser would be the culmination of much drama and hand-wringing. Yet President Donald Trump’s decision Thursday to replace H.R. McMaster with former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton was only Act III in another week at the Trump White House.
The Trump White House reached out to millennials Thursday during a “Generation Next” summit for some 200 young voters, many from college Republican groups and conservative think tanks.
A report that the president ignored a warning from national security aides not to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin for winning re-election set off dueling narratives about what happened and why it occurred.
During a GOP debate in the 2016 election, Donald Trump repeated a frequent boast. “I don’t settle cases. I don’t do it because that’s why I don’t get sued very often.” Stormy Daniels, a porn actress whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has put a lie to all that.