(Reuters) – Former U.S. president Donald Trump’s slashing rhetorical style and divisive politics allowed him to essentially take over the Republican Party. His supporters are so devoted that most believe his false claim that he lost the 2020 election because of voter fraud.
U.S. back with ‘guns blazing’ on climate issue
he U.S. Treasury's top climate adviser said that renewed U.S. engagement on climate change under President Joe Biden has helped put the issue at the top of the Group of 20 agenda and is galvanizing fresh commitments to reduce emissions to net zero.
Rebuilding trust with Biden, Macron says ‘We must look to the future’
President Emmanuel Macron said his meeting with President Joe Biden on Friday would allow France and the United States rebuilt to rebuild trust following a rift over an Indo-Pacific security pact, and that it was key to look to the future.
Capitol riot testimony of former Trump Justice Dept official Jeffrey Clark delayed
The congressional committee investigating the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol has delayed testimony by Jeffrey Clark, a former senior official at the Justice Department, because he has retained a new lawyer.
Factbox – What are the climate change provisions in the U.S. budget bill framework?
The White House on Thursday unveiled the outlines of a $1.75 trillion spending package that it hopes will pass Congress, and it includes around $555 billion for climate change.
U.S. lawmaker to issue subpoenas to oil firms for documents on climate
U.S. Representative Carolyn Maloney said on Thursday she intends to issue subpoenas to four major oil companies for documents on what their internal scientists have said about climate change and any funding they are doing to mislead the public on global warming.
White House not surprised Facebook knew about vaccine misinformation on its platform
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the White House is not surprised with reporting that shows Facebook is struggling to stay on top of coronavirus and vaccine misinformation on its platform.
Big Oil hearing to kick off U.S. probe into climate disinformation
A Congressional hearing this week into whether oil companies misled the public about climate change marks the start of a broad probe that may extend to other industries from advertising to social media, according to a lawmaker leading the effort.
Apple likely to face DOJ antitrust suit
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has accelerated its two-year-old antitrust probe on Apple Inc in the last several months, increasing the likelihood of a lawsuit.
Explainer-Could Biden steer the U.S. Senate into changing the filibuster?
Biden has sounded increasingly open over the past month to changing the Senate's filibuster tradition to bypass a Republican roadblock that has imperiled key aspects of the Democratic agenda.
Trump-backed challengers to Republican lawmakers lag in fundraising
Four candidates backed by Donald Trump to challenge Republican lawmakers who voted to impeach him or boot him from office are falling behind in raising money for their campaigns, according to disclosures.
Biden attends memorial service honoring U.S. law enforcement officers
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden attended a memorial service on Saturday at the United States Capitol to honor law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty in 2019 and 2020.
Walmart, FedEx, UPS working to ease Christmas bottlenecks, White House says
President Joe Biden will host a meeting on Wednesday to hail progress in addressing supply chain problems weighing on the economy and threatening the holiday season, while he asks business and union leaders to do more to ease shipping backlogs.
McConnell says Republicans will not again aid Democrats in raising debt limit
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell wrote in a letter to President Joe Biden that he would not aid Democrats again in raising the debt limit.
Special Report-How AT&T helped build far-right One America News
One America News, the far-right network whose fortunes and viewership rose amid the triumph and tumult of the Trump administration, has flourished with support from a surprising source: AT&T Inc, the world's largest communications company.
U.S. risks losing its ‘edge’ without big infrastructure spending, Biden says
President Joe Biden warned on Tuesday that failure to pass his huge social and infrastructure spending package could contribute to America's decline.
White House to tap business leaders to push Republicans on debt ceiling
The White House is asking business leaders to meet with President Joe Biden on Wednesday about the need to raise the U.S. debt ceiling, according to a person familiar with the plans.
As redistricting gets under way, Democrats’ prospects looking brighter
the census also found that most of the nation's growth is in urban areas and among minorities. Coupled with the shift of suburban white voters toward Democrats during the presidency of Republican Donald Trump, the party's prospects for the next decade are looking less dire
Judge says Trump can be deposed in former ‘Apprentice’ contestant’s lawsuit
A New York state judge on Monday gave former U.S. President Donald Trump a Dec. 23 deadline to undergo questioning in a defamation lawsuit filed by a former contestant on "The Apprentice" after he denied her sexual assault accusations.
Merck pill breakthrough raises hopes of preventing COVID deaths
-A pill developed by U.S. drugmaker Merck could half the chances of dying or being hospitalized for those most at risk of contracting severe COVID-19, with experts hailing it as a potential breakthrough in how the virus is treated.
Special Report – Backers of Trump’s false fraud claims seek to control next elections
The Republican secretary-of-state candidates are part of a much larger party effort to exert more control over election administration following Trump’s false fraud claims.
House Democrats expected to propose hike to corporate tax rate, surtax on wealthy
House Democrats are expected to propose raising the U.S. corporate tax rate to 26.5% from 21%,
New York Governor Cuomo resigns after sexual harassment findings
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo resigned on Tuesday following an inquiry that found he sexually harassed 11 women, mounting legal pressure and demands for his departure by President Joe Biden and others, a startling downfall for a man once seen as a possible U.S. presidential contender.
Four officers who responded to U.S. Capitol attack have died by suicide
Two more police officers who responded to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol have died by suicide, bringing to four the number of known suicides by officers who guarded the building that day.
Justice Dept. warns states to tread carefully in auditing elections
President Joe Biden's administration on Wednesday issued legal guidance aimed at curbing voting rights abuses in U.S. states such as Arizona, where Republican officials launched a contentious audit in a failed bid to reverse former President Donald Trump's 2020 election loss.
Judge gives Florida man 8 months in prison in Capitol attack
A federal judge on Monday handed down an eight-month prison sentence to Floridian Paul Hodgkins for his role in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Biden says Facebook is’killing people’ by carrying COVID misinformation
President Joe Biden on Friday said social media platforms like Facebook "are killing people" for allowing misinformation about coronavirus vaccines to be posted on its platform, as the administration continued criticizing the company.
More than 150 companies urge Congress to pass voting rights act
More than 150 companies including Apple Inc, Best Buy Co Inc and PepsiCo urged U.S. lawmakers to introduce and pass a voting reform act in a letter signed on Wednesday, as other efforts have stalled in Congress.
Biden fires Trump-nominated Social Security commissioner
Biden on Friday fired Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul, a holdover from the Trump administration, but Saul told the Washington Post he plans to be at work on Monday morning because his term isn't over.
Death threats and the KKK: Inside a Black Alabaman’s fight to remove a Confederate statue
Ever since Camille Bennett started her campaign to relocate a Confederate statue from outside the county courthouse in her hometown of Florence, Alabama, she has seen it all: threats, violent online messages and intimidation attempts.
Hundreds in Atlanta rally to support Asian Americans after fatal shootings
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta in support of the Asian American community after a shooting at three local day spas this week left eight people dead, six of them Asian women.
Exclusive: Georgia prosecutor probing Trump taps leading racketeering attorney
The district attorney investigating whether former U.S. President Donald Trump illegally interfered with Georgia’s 2020 election has hired an outside lawyer who is a national authority on racketeering.
CDC says fully vaccinated people can gather unmasked with others indoors
Individuals fully inoculated against COVID-19 can meet in small groups with other vaccinated people without wearing masks, but should keep wearing them outside the home, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday.
Five charged with far-right Proud Boys conspiracy in deadly U.S. Capitol attack
Five alleged members of the far-right Proud Boys group have been charged with criminal conspiracy in last month's deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol that sought to keep then-President Donald Trump in power, according to a criminal complaint unsealed on Thursday.
Exclusive: Biden aides launch review into closing Guantanamo prison, long a source of discord
The Biden administration has launched a formal review of the future of the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, reviving the Obama-era goal of closing the controversial facility, a White House official said on Friday.
White House says it is working to speed early production of J&J COVID-19 vaccine
The Biden administration is exploring every option for increasing manufacturing of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine, which is under regulatory review, and said on Friday that currently expected levels of early doses were less than hoped.
Judge rejects NRA bid to end or move New York lawsuit seeking its closure
A New York state judge on Thursday rejected the National Rifle Association's bid to dismiss or move a lawsuit by New York Attorney General Letitia James seeking to dissolve the gun rights group.
57% of Americans want Trump removed immediately after U.S. Capitol violence
Fifty-seven percent of Americans want Republican President Donald Trump to be immediately removed from office after he encouraged a protest this week that escalated into a deadly riot inside the U.S. Capitol,
Half of Republicans say Biden won because of a ‘rigged’ election
About half of all Republicans believe President Donald Trump "rightfully won" the U.S. election but that it was stolen from him by widespread voter fraud that favored Democratic President-elect Joe Biden, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.
Donations Under $8K To GOP ‘Election Defense’ Instead Go To Trump And RNC
Any small-dollar donations from Trump's grassroots donors won't be going to legal expenses at all, according to a Reuters review of the legal language in the solicitations.
Even as Trump Refuses to Accept Defeat, Biden Vows to Unify a Deeply Divided Nation
Democrat Joe Biden won the presidency on Saturday after a bitter election campaign and promised he would work to unify a deeply divided country, even as President Donald Trump refused to accept defeat.
Special Counsel Probing Trump Campaign’s Use Of White House
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel has opened an investigation into allegations that the Trump campaign's use of the White House as an Election Day command center violated federal law, Democratic Representative Bill Pascrell
Madame Tussauds in Berlin dumps Trump before U.S. election
The waxwork museum Madame Tussauds in Berlin loaded its effigy of TV star-turned Republican president Donald Trump into a dumpster on Friday, a move apparently intended to reflect its expectations of next Tuesday's presidential election.
Factbox: Trump, Biden healthcare differences in spotlight amid pandemic, Supreme Court fight
Healthcare, always a top concern for U.S. voters, has taken on even greater importance amid a coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 205,000 Americans and cost millions more their jobs.
Judges rule for mail voting in Montana and Alabama
Two federal judges ruled on Wednesday in favor of voting by mail to protect against COVID-19, with one upholding a universal postal voting plan in Montana and the other blocking restrictions on absentee ballots in Alabama.
Funds flow to Biden and Democrats after debate, boosting cash advantage
Money cascaded into presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign and his Democratic Party on the heels of his rancorous debate with President Donald Trump, potentially widening Biden's financial edge as the White House race enters its final month.
White House reporters condemn fake video showing Trump killing press
The White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA) has condemned a video that depicted a fake image of U.S. President Donald Trump slaughtering members of the news media, shown at a gathering of his supporters at a resort owned by the president.
US Oil Industry Can’t Find Enough Workers Due To Trump Immigration Policies
Employers like Vega in the Permian Basin oilfields of New Mexico and Texas say they feel caught between Trump's support for their industry and his policies focused on tougher immigration enforcement.
Elizabeth Warren challenges Facebook ad policy with ‘false’ Zuckerberg ad
Elizabeth Warren's Democratic presidential campaign this week challenged Facebook's policy that exempts politicians' ads from fact-checking, by running ads on the social media platform containing the false claim that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg endorsed President Donald Trump's re-election bid.
Indicted Giuliani associate worked on behalf of Ukrainian oligarch
One of the two Florida businessmen who helped U.S. President Donald Trump's personal attorney investigate his political rival, Democrat Joe Biden, also has been working for the legal team of a Ukrainian oligarch who faces bribery charges in the United States, according to attorneys for the businessmen and the oligarch.
Top aide to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo resigns
A senior adviser to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has resigned, according to the Washington Post, which said an announcement was expected as soon as Friday.
With His 2020 Map Shrinking, Trump Targets Minnesota With First Post-Impeachment Rally
Trump on Thursday will hold his first campaign rally since Democrats launched an impeachment inquiry against him, choosing a large arena in a Democratic stronghold in Minnesota to mount his latest public defense.
Turkey launches military strikes in northeast Syria
Turkey and its Syrian rebel allies have launched their military operation into northeastern Syria, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday, adding that the offensive aimed to eliminate a "terror corridor" along the southern Turkish border.
Senate Intel Committee finds Russian propaganda increased after 2016 U.S. election
The Senate committee investigating Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election said on Tuesday that the Kremlin's best-known propaganda arm increased its activity after that vote, adding to concerns about foreign meddling in the current 2020 campaign.
Where the U.S.-Japan trade deal falls short of Trans-Pacific pact abandoned by Trump
U.S. President Donald Trump has called his new trade deal with Japan a "phenomenal" victory for U.S. farmers.
Pompeo not complying with impeachment probe subpoena
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has not yet come into compliance with a subpoena for documents in the U.S. House of Representatives impeachment probe, a top Democrat helping to lead the inquiry said.
Judge orders Trump to hand over tax returns to NY prosecutors, blasts immunity claim as ‘repugnant’
Trump's immunity claim was "repugnant to the nation's governmental structure and constitutional values," Marrero wrote. "The court cannot square a vision of presidential immunity that would place the President above the law."
Marie Yovanovitch is latest casualty of Trump war on career diplomats
The treatment of U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch - disparaged by President Donald Trump and abruptly recalled from Ukraine - exemplifies what current and former U.S. officials describe as a campaign by Trump against career diplomats.
Democrats call on U.S. diplomats to testify over Trump-Ukraine efforts
The interviews could yield more fodder for Democrats' impeachment drive over a whistleblower's allegations that Trump leveraged $400 million in aid to secure a promise from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate political rival Joe Biden, and his son Hunter, who sat on the board of a Ukrainian energy company.
Second whistleblower comes forward with first hand knowledge of Trump pressuring Ukraine to investigate rival
Lawyer Mark Zaid said the person, also an intelligence official, has direct knowledge of some of the allegations involving the initial whistleblower complaint, which triggered impeachment proceedings against the Republican president.
Second whistleblower in Trump-Ukraine scandal comes forward
A second whistleblower has come forward about President Donald Trump's attempts to get the Ukrainian president to investigate a political rival, lawyers for the official said on Sunday.
Schiff: Trump broke his oath of office in asking China to probe Biden
Adam Schiff, said on Thursday that President Donald Trump broke his oath of office in asking China to probe former Vice President Joe Biden, who could end up running against Trump in the 2020 election
Trump publicly asks China to investigate Biden amid impeachment inquiry
Trump on Thursday again invited foreign interference in a U.S. presidential election by publicly calling on China to investigate Democratic political rival Joe Biden, the kind of request that has already triggered an impeachment inquiry in Congress.
Bernie Sanders has heart procedure, suspends campaign
Senator Bernie Sanders was hospitalized on Tuesday with chest pains and a blockage in one artery and will suspend his campaign for the White House until further notice, an adviser said.
One of Trump’s biggest House backers pleads guilty in insider trading case
Chris Collins, a former U.S. Congressman from New York state who was known as an early backer of President Donald Trump, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to taking part in an insider trading scheme.
U.S. tightens sanctions on Putin ally linked to election tampering
The United States tightened sanctions on Monday against an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin previously accused of trying to meddle in the 2016 presidential election, saying he had also tried to intervene in the mid-term elections last year.
Adam Schiff Is Determined to Get Access to the Hidden Trump-Putin Phone Calls
Trump-Putin phone calls in U.S. Democrats’ sights: Schiff
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chairman of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee said on Sunday Congress is determined to get access to President Donald Trump’s calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin and other world leaders, citing concerns he may have jeopardized national security.
In pushing probe of rival, did Trump enlist the U.S. government to help him personally?
"The core facts of this are known," said Ross Garber, who teaches impeachment law at Tulane Law School. "The piece we don't know yet, which is critical, is the why."
Democrats: ‘Damning’ facts will help sell impeachment probe to divided voters at home
Some moderate Democratic lawmakers who a week ago had little interest in talking about an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump say they are now optimistic they can sell it to voters at home during a recess of the U.S. Congress over the next two weeks.
More than 300 former security officials endorse Trump impeachment inquiry
More than 300 former officials from U.S. security and foreign policy agencies, including a former director of the National Counterterrorism Center and a one-time deputy secretary of state, on Friday endorsed the congressional impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.
House Speaker Pelosi accuses U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr of going ‘rogue’
House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday accused U.S. Attorney General William Barr of going "rogue" in the Justice Department's handling of a whistleblower report that President Donald Trump solicited a political favor from Ukraine's president that could help him get re-elected.
Trump and Ukraine: timeline of events in the controversy
Here is a timeline of events in the controversy based on the whistleblower's complaint and public reports.
Scottish council approves $185 million Trump housing plan
A Scottish council has approved a 150 million pound ($185 million) plan by U.S. President Donald Trump's family business to build 550 houses at his golf resort north of Aberdeen, despite some local opposition.
Whistleblower complaint describes White House cover-up on Trump-Ukraine scandal
The report said Trump acted to advance his personal political interests, risking national security, and that White House officials intervened to shift evidence to a separate electronic system.
"This is a cover-up," Pelosi said. "The president has been engaged in a cover-up all along."
A computer server haunted Clinton in 2016. Now it may be Trump’s turn
Longtime Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill said on Thursday that "in a land of ironies this reigns king."
Two of Trump’s Republican challengers support impeachment effort
Two of Trump’s Republican challengers support impeachment effort
By Trevor Hunnicutt
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Two of the three Republicans challenging Donald Trump for their party’s presidential nomination backed an effort to impeach the U.S. president during a debate on Tuesday.
The White House Tried to “Lock Down” Evidence about Trump Soliciting Ukraine’s Interference in 2020
A whistleblower report released on Thursday said President Donald Trump not only abused his office in attempting to solicit Ukraine's interference in the 2020 U.S. election for his own political benefit, but that the White House also tried to "lock down" evidence about that conduct.
Ukrainian leader’s rivals use Trump call to kick him
Zelenskiy, a former comedian and political novice who was only elected in April, was blindsided on Wednesday when the White House released a memo summarizing his July 25 call with Trump during which the U.S. leader asked him to investigate Joe Biden and his son.
Trump Would Only Talk to Ukraine If They Would ‘Play Ball’ and Other Highlights of the Whistleblower Complaint
Here is a snapshot of highlights from the whistleblower report.
Top U.S. spy official says whistleblower who accused Trump acted in ‘good faith’
Top U.S. spy official says whistleblower who accused Trump acted in ‘good faith’
By Patricia Zengerle, David Morgan and Doina Chiacu
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top U.S. intelligence official said on Thursday that a whistleblower who filed a complaint concerning President Donald Trump has “acted in good faith,” testifying after a House panel released the individual’s report that accused Trump of using his office to solicit Ukraine’s interference in the 2020 election.
Whistleblower alleges Trump sought foreign meddling in 2020 election
A whistleblower report released by a congressional panel on Thursday said President Donald Trump used his office to solicit Ukraine's interference in the 2020 election to advance his personal political interests, risking U.S. national security.
Six new pieces of information in damning memo on Trump’s Ukraine call
In the memo, Trump asks Zelenskiy directly to investigate his political rival, Democratic challenger Joe Biden, Biden's son's business dealings, and a Ukraine prosecutor.
The memo is more damning than anticipated, said Adam Schiff, the Democrat who heads the House Intelligence Committee. He called it a "mafia-like shakedown" of a foreign leader.
After Reading Complaint GOP Ben Sasse Warns His Party Not to Circle the Wagons to Protect Trump
Senator Ben Sasse, who has been critical of fellow Republican Trump, said there were "real troubling things here."
"Republicans ought not just circle the wagons" to protect Trump, he said after leaving a secure room where senators read the complaint.
Text: Justice Department issues White House summary of Trump-Ukraine call
The U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday issued the following White House summary of a 30-minute July 25 phone conversation between U.S. President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
Even the Redacted Summary of Trump’s Ukraine Call Shows He Asked for Dirt on Biden
Donald Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in a July telephone call to investigate whether former Vice President Joe Biden shut down an investigation into a company that employed his son, a summary of the call released by the Trump administration on Wednesday showed.
Exclusive: U.S. EPA granted full biofuel waivers to refineries despite Energy Dept advice – memo
The decision is likely to upset the powerful U.S. corn lobby, which has said the Trump administration’s move in August to grant 31 full exemptions to refineries - freeing them from their at-times costly obligation to use biofuels like corn-based ethanol - hurts farmers already suffering from the U.S. trade war with China.
The Ukraine Controversy That Is Not Actually A Controversy
Ukrainian prosecutors opened a criminal investigation into Burisma in 2014 looking into suspected tax violations.
In 2016, a Kiev district court said it had found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing by Burisma president and owner Zlochevsky and ordered the Prosecutor General's Office to remove him from the authorities' wanted list.
Explainer: What it would take for Congress to impeach Trump
The founders of the United States created the office of the presidency and feared that its powers could be abused. So they included impeachment as a central part of the Constitution.
They gave the House "the sole power of impeachment;" the Senate, "the sole power to try all impeachments;" and the chief justice of the Supreme Court the duty of presiding over impeachment trials in the Senate.
Pelosi: There Doesn’t Need to Be Quid Pro Quo for Trump to Be Wrong About Ukraine
"There is no requirement that there be a quid pro quo in the conversation. If the president brings up, he wants them to investigate something, his political opponent, that is self-evident that it is not right. We don't ask foreign governments to help us in our elections."
Greta Thunberg Shoots Back At Trump’s Attempt to Cyber Bully Her
Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg shot back at on Tuesday at U.S. President Donald Trump's attempt to mock her on Twitter by changing her profile on the social media site to reflect Trump's taunting remark.
Brexit crisis deepens as court rules Johnson unlawfully suspended UK parliament
The United Kingdom's Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to shut down parliament in the run-up to Brexit was unlawful, a humiliating rebuke that thrusts Britain's exit from the European Union into deeper turmoil.
Lawsuit over politically ‘slanted’ Trump wildlife board can proceed: U.S. judge
A federal judge has rejected the Trump administration's bid to dismiss a lawsuit by animal rights groups seeking to dissolve a wildlife advisory board they said was stacked with politically connected donors and pro-hunting enthusiasts.
Trump says he discussed Biden in call with Ukrainian president
Trump says he discussed Biden in call with Ukrainian president
By Nandita Bose and Lawrence Hurley
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he discussed Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden and his son in a call with Ukraine’s president.
Climate activists block traffic in D.C.
Activists seeking to pressure U.S. politicians to fight climate change blocked major traffic hubs in the U.S. capital on Monday, drawing attention to a U.N. Climate Summit that will be attended by leaders from about 60 countries.
Joe Biden urges investigation into Trump Ukraine call
Joe Biden, a frontrunner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, called for an investigation into reports that President Donald Trump pressed his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate Biden and his son.
‘Save our planet!’: Young activists lead global protests over climate change
‘Save our planet!’: Young activists lead global protests over climate change
By Gabriella Borter, Fabrizio Bensch and Patpicha Tanakasempipat
(Reuters) – From the Solomon Islands to New York’s Wall Street, millions of students and workers abandoned schools and offices on Friday to demand urgent action to stop global warming, joining a worldwide strike inspired by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
A.G. Barr Accused of Covering Up Whistleblower Complaint about Trump
"Mr. Barr and the Department of Justice's job in their mind is to protect the president," he told reporters. "And it doesn't matter if that violates the laws."
New York City Mayor de Blasio ends 2020 presidential bid
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday said during an MSNBC television appearance that he was dropping out of the 2020 presidential campaign.
Children suffering eco-anxiety over climate change, say psychologists
Children are increasingly suffering anxiety and grief about climate change, British psychologists said on Thursday, advising parents to discuss the issue in an age-appropriate way.
While Trump Tweets, Nancy Pelosi Unveils Proposal to Lower Drug Prices
Nancy Pelosi released proposed legislation on Thursday that would allow the federal government to negotiate the prices of hundreds of prescription drugs for Medicare healthcare beneficiaries as well as other consumers.