WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump still plans to deliver his annual State of the Union address from the Capitol later this month as scheduled, a Trump administration official said on Tuesday as the federal government shutdown stretched into its second month.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed an unknown foreign government-owned company that is contesting a subpoena issued by a grand jury in a sealed case possibly linked to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election to file its appeal under seal.
By Jill Serjeant and Lisa Richwine
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Netflix movie “Roma” and British historical romp “The Favourite” from Fox Searchlight led nominations for the Oscars on Tuesday with 10 nods apiece in a history-making best picture lineup.
The White House is admitting that they have no plan and no clue how they are going to end the government shutdown that Trump caused.
(Reuters) – Nominations for the 2019 Oscars, or Academy Awards, the highest honors in the movie industry, were announced on Tuesday. The awards will be handed out on Feb. 24 at a ceremony in Hollywood.
By Lisa Richwine
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Marvel Studios film “Black Panther” made Oscars history on Tuesday, landing the first best picture nomination for a superhero movie, as crowd-pleasing blockbusters muscled into a contest recently dominated by art-house fare.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday let President Donald Trump enforce his policy barring certain transgender people from joining or staying in the military as the justices put on hold lower court rulings blocking the plan on constitutional grounds.
Trump’s shutdown is nearly five weeks old, and as millions of Americans are going without pay, a potential crisis is hitting America’s airports.
Millions of people traveled over the just-concluded holiday weekend, and it was reported that the percentage of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport screeners missing work has hit 10 percent.
Rep. Joe Neguse (D., Colo.) said Friday that the House Judiciary Committee will “likely” investigate perjury charges against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Joe Neguse, a freshman member of the Judiciary Committee, made the comments to a group of his constituents on Friday. He said that he was very concerned about perjury claims against Kavanaugh and that his committee may take steps to impeach him depending on their findings.
Fraidy Reiss started the organization, Unchained at Last, in 2011 to push for an end to child and forced marriages after her own horrific experience of being forced to marry a violent man at the age of 19.
The longest government shutdown in U.S. history is starting to cause real pain for some of the most vulnerable Americans, according to The New York Times. This includes millions of homeless people as well as millions of others who are one just one small crisis away from ending up on the streets themselves.
Rachel Maddow explained how Trump's shutdown is undermining the work of the FBI and could put American national security at risk.
Newly announced presidential candidate Kamala Harris owned former Fox News blowhard Bill O'Reilly after he said he won't vote for her.
It's hard to find anyone who doesn't immediately regret their decision to hitch their wagon to the Donald Trump dumpster fire.
Donald Trump, with his lack of focus and poor work ethic, has shown that he doesn't really want to the responsibilities of his powerful office.
Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani backtracked on Monday from earlier comments that Trump pursued a business deal to erect a tower bearing his name in Moscow throughout 2016, saying his statements "were hypothetical and not based on conversations I had with the President."
In 15 months, Tom Steyer’s Need To Impeach campaign has grown to over 7 million Americans demanding the impeachment of Donald Trump.
The White House has been busted for photoshopping pictures of Trump to make him look skinnier and his fingers bigger.
While speaking at an MLK Day event, House Democratic Caucus chair, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) called Trump the grand wizard of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Hakeem Jeffries at the National Action Network: "We have a hater in the White House. Birther-in-Chief. The Grand Wizard of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. One of the things we've learned is that while Jim Crow may be dead he's still got some nieces and nephews that are alive and well."
The old narrative that Trump voters will stick with him through anything is crumbling as voters in key states are leaving him over the government shutdown.