There is “great respect” between the United States and North Korea, President Donald Trump said on Monday, predicting “lots of good things” despite recent missile launches by Pyongyang.
When voters look at Elizabeth Warren, it’s hard to see what’s not to like. She looks professional, yet approachable. She speaks clearly and intelligently while using stories and everyday language to address her audiences and each of them —from Mississippi to New Hampshire to Iowa — loves her. She has detailed plans for everything. Her campaign slogan could easily be “Yes We Can — I’ve Got A Plan,” and that’s not just a convenient rhyme; she reminds me very much of Barack Obama, specifically during his 2008 run.
There is a wonderful progressive fantasy where we wake – woke, naturally – to discover Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez occupies the Oval Office.
President Joe Biden’s first big legislative victory, the $1.9 trillion package he calls the American Rescue Plan, squeaked through an evenly divided Senate by the narrowest of margins, along party lines,
The two music icons will headline an inauguration like no other, with security stepped up in Washington against threats by extremist supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump after they attacked the US Capitol last week.
Maybe it’s all Senator Lindsey Graham’s fault. “It was Lindsey Graham who helped convince Donald Trump to talk to Bob Woodward,” Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson told his TV audience Wednesday night.
As the federal official in charge of Medicare and Medicaid, Seema Verma has made it her business to undermine those important public programmes at almost every turn.
Democrats around Joe Biden are angling to provide alternatives to Kamala Harris as his running mate, long seen as the front-runner for the post, as his vice presidential selection process enters its final stage.
Joe Biden has pledged to announce his long-awaited pick for running mate by the end of next week. During a press conference on Tuesday, the former VP said, “I’m going to have a choice in the first week in August,” promising to let reporters “know when I do.”