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Trump to Name Supreme Court Nominee Tonight (Updated)

Originally planned for later this week, perhaps on Thursday, the announcement of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee to replace Justice Antonin Scalia will be...

USA/Mexico: The Dawn of Twitter Diplomacy

The President of Mexico was scheduled to meet with President Trump next week, but the meeting was cancelled after Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto...

Trump Says Wall Construction Will Begin in ‘Months’

In his first prime-time news interview since assuming the Presidency, Donald Trump tells David Muir that the border wall he promised between the United...

Why is Trump Keeping Comey as FBI Director?

It was announced yesterday that the Trump administration would be asking James Comey, the current FBI Director, to stay on in that role and...

President Trump’s Top 3 Supreme Court Picks

There is a flurry of activity happening during President Trump's first few days in office, almost too much to keep up with in terms...

Watch Live: Inauguration of Donald J. Trump

Donald J. Trump will take the Oath of Office at 12pm ET today, being sworn in by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. Coverage...

Trump Responds to Democrats Boycotting Inauguration

Trump said, “that’s OK, because we need seats so badly, I hope they give me their tickets."

Over 50 Democrats Plan Trump Inauguration Boycott (Updated)

Almost 60 Democratic House members now skipping the inauguration

Hillary’s ‘Damned Emails’ Damned Her in 2016

If you look back at my posts over the past year, you should know that I’m not a fan of Hillary Clinton. My...

Megyn Kelly’s Move Means Big Changes

They say that a reporter should not become part of the story. But there are times when a reporter is the story. ...

Trump Drives Agenda as 115th Congress Seated

There seems to be little argument over whether Congress or President-elect Trump will be driving the agenda in 2017. Just hours after the new...

Gerrymandering Defeats Democracy

Most of us have heard of “gerrymandering,” but most of us don’t really understand it. Let’s try an illustration. Let’s say a...

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