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Scott Pruitt tells a Senate panel that because he didn’t request the millions in political contributions, they can't compromise him.
Few Americans read “fake news,” and even fewer bought it.
New York’s physical history of resistance goes back centuries.
Trump is a disaster decades in the making.
A report claims he didn’t know it mostly involves maintaining the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile – but he’s learning!
The transition has been dogged by reports of infighting, and hundreds of positions remain unfilled.
He’s selected former Georgia governor Sonny Perdue to lead the Department of Agriculture.
The Jamaica Estates residence went to auction Tuesday.
VIDEO: Obama accomplished a lot more than you think, explains Jonathan Chait.
“You’re not supposed to be sycophants — you’re supposed to be skeptics,” Obama told reporters, in an implicit rebuke of his successor.
Trump’s pick for commerce secretary also said fixing NAFTA is his top priority.
The idea that shorter periods of incarceration encourage crime is the myth that fuels the American prison state.
“My doctor says it will put me six feet under.”
He admitted something that poked a hole in the incoming administration's official line on the controversy.
Mary Pat Christie refused to move to D.C., so her husband refused to take a job there.
Breaking the record for the third year in a row.
A spokesperson for her would not say if she met with Assad.
“Make America Great Again” was brilliantly reactionary and optimistic at the same time. “Keep America Great” will take some work.
This week, Trump disparaged Paul Ryan’s plan to give U.S. exporters a tax break, while renewing his call for enormous tariffs on imported goods.
He said Trump is “incapable of respecting the Constitution.”