While President Obama was at the United Nations, Michelle Obama was sampling Mr. Batali’s food at Babbo to prepare for a dinner honoring Prime Minister Matteo Renzi of Italy.
Mr. Batali shared his recipe of sweet corn crema with cornmeal zeppole and blackberries before he hosts the Obamas’ last state dinner.
Officials worry that the United States’ northern border, much of it remote, is vulnerable to exploitation by criminal enterprises and possible terrorists.
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The conservative talk show host called it "the most effective political speech I have heard since Ronald Reagan."
Mr. Trump sowed doubts about the integrity of the democratic process on Sunday even as his own running mate assured voters the election would be legitimate.
Interlocking public and private relationships have long characterized the inner circle of Hillary Clinton, continuing during her State Department tenure.
Navratilova, who has won more Wimbledon titles than anyone else, admires what Colin Kaepernick and others are doing and has a long history of standing up for her own beliefs.
With lessons from the “Black Hawk Down” battle of 1993, the Obama administration has intensified America’s military role in the past year.
He also praised India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, at an Indian-American charity event.
The email, released by WikiLeaks, indicated that Qatari representatives hoped to meet with Bill Clinton to present him with $1 million for his foundation.
Another day, another allegation of an unwelcome advance by Donald Trump.
Trump donated $2 million to campaign last month, despite promises of a larger investment
More accusations surfaced Friday against the GOP nominee.
A new ad for Hillary Clinton argues that a vote for her is a vote to preserve President Obama’s legacy.
A 3,000-mile trek across the northern United States provides evidence that, at least in sheer number of campaign signs, Trump supporters rule the roadways.
Instead of defending Mr. Trump, Mr. Scott argues that Hillary Clinton and her fellow Democrats are just as bad on race matters.
President Obama implored voters to “reject a dark and pessimistic vision” offered by Donald J. Trump, who he said faked his concern for the working class.
Multiple women came forward this week with accusations against Trump.
The justice, who had criticized the 49er quarterback’s on-field protests against racial injustice, said her comments were “inappropriately dismissive and harsh.”