As Trump scrambled to patch any holes on Tuesday by reimagining his extraordinary news conference with Russia’s president the day before in Helsinki, the question was whether he had reached a genuine turning point or simply endured another one of those episodes that seems decisive but ultimately fades into the next one.
What could President Trump possibly say to dig himself out of his Helsinki hole? We shall see.
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Cooper’s comments were the most startling of several strong media reactions to the session, primarily because of his role as a news anchor.
The former Massachusetts governor spent this July weekend in the dry Texas heat to see how it might feel to join the ever growing field of candidates.
President Trump said Monday that Russian President Vladimir Putin privately made an “incredible offer” to help American investigators in their prosecution of 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking crimes during the 2016 presidential election season.
After the brouhaha caused by her “I really don’t care, do u?” jacket, the first lady’s clothes, which in many cases have become her voice, have been apparently muzzled.
In the case of United States versus Russia, it was as if President Trump had been hired to act as the defense attorney for President Vladimir Putin.
Russian media saw Monday’s highly anticipated summit between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump as a heartening step forward, with the Kremlin leader as the more prominent figure.
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A federal judge on Monday ordered a temporary halt to any deportations of reunited families who were separated by the Trump administration after crossing the southwest border.
A majority of the party’s 360-member executive board ignored the senator’s calls to stay neutral in the race.
His role in recent constitutional fights involving the presidency is expected to be a major focus of his confirmation hearings.
It was a well-planned and ultimately successful cyberoperation, carried out by the intelligence agency of a major country, Robert Mueller alleges.
Patrick is in Texas to give an address to the NAACP convention — a chance to test out his message and rationale for running for president.
Trump likes the idea of permanent power and celebrity, a Rice University professor said, “and nothing screams that more than the British royal family.”
Stung by a federal judge’s dismissal of its objections to AT&T’s megamerger with Time Warner, the Trump Justice Department is challenging the decision with a legal appeal.
In the wake of the “millionaire’s tax” decision, advocates have set their sights on regional ballot questions as a way to fund transportation.
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“There are a lot of people who are tired of talking about and tired of hearing about Donald Trump nonstop,” said Mark Mellman, a Democratic pollster.
Speaking in Concord, N.H., on Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said “there can be no sanctuary” for fentanyl dealers.
Her attorney said she was ‘‘set up’’ in a Columbus police sting operation, calling it an ‘‘absurd use of law enforcement resources.’’
Brett Kavanaugh at times reported liabilities that could have exceeded the value of his cash accounts and investment assets.
The Senate voted to seek a congressional role in Trump’s tariff decisions, reflecting growing GOP alarm over the president’s trade war.
Brett Kavanaugh, nominated by President Trump for the Supreme Court, was a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, where he was well-liked by both students and faculty members.
President Trump said Tuesday that Pfizer Inc. is rolling back drug price increases after he attacked the pharmaceutical company a day earlier for raising costs.
It was the second time in two years that Thomas Hardiman, who is originally from Waltham, was one of President Trump’s finalists.
The president’s Twitter post doesn’t tell the whole story, according to the Emerson professor who helped lead the study.
Brett Kavanaugh is an Ivy Leaguer who worked for the justice he has been nominated to replace, investigated a Democratic president, and served in a Republican White House.
Six senators may have an ability to alter the outcome of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
President Trump has put some of his sentiments into policy, crafting initiatives critics call bigoted and dangerous.
Asked about Trump’s offer to make a donation if she took a DNA test, Warren shrugged it off as a distraction technique.
The pull for Fitchburg Mayor Stephen L. DiNatale’s political heart strings was not without competition.
The cause has not been determined, but utility workers shut off gas in the area of the Newfield, N.J., blast.
Senator Elizabeth Warren labeled President Trump’s Thursday comments about her “creepy” and assured her supporters that she can “handle a bully.”
Judge Debra Squires-Lee did not say why she recused herself from the case against Bryon Hefner and Stanley Rosenberg.
A campaign official says Bob Massie’s trip to France affected the totals.
Much of the unexpected revenue came from unstable sources, such as capital gains taxes.
Trump urges quick action on immigration, changing course once again
President Trump also made light of the #MeToo movement during Thursday night’s rally in Montana.
Trump urges quick action on immigration, changing course once again.
Trump’s includes Vice President Mike Pence, 15 permanent members, and eight others considered to be Cabinet-rank.
Protesters have been given approval to fly a blimp depicting Donald Trump as a giant orange baby over Parliament during the president’s visit to Britain.
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For the senator, the trip is bound to raise further talk about her 2020 plans, as the Massachusetts Democrat continues trying to bolster her foreign policy credentials.
Jordan denies allegations that he ignored sexual abuse of wrestlers at Ohio State
Ursula Trump, who runs the Trump bakery in the next village, eventually relented, palms upturned, and sighed: “You can’t choose your relatives, can you?”
The Twitter hashtag, which imagines Civil War era-esque prose with a (sometimes hilarious) modern twist, seems to be in response to conservative talk show host Alex Jones.
Conservative critics have seized on reports that the BU grad spent much of her life growing up not in the Bronx, but on a quiet suburban street in Westchester County.
The Justice Department has been looking into what Facebook knew, and when.