Can Trump Survive Mueller?

Can Trump Survive Mueller?

Michael Kruse is a senior staff writer for Politico. “Well,” the newswoman said to Donald Trump, “you’re under a tremendous amount of pressure lately.” “Why do you say that?” he asked. Story Continued Below It was April 6, 1990, and Paula Zahn on CBS actually had plenty of reasons to think Trump might be feeling…
Cummings demands docs on Kushner’s alleged use of encrypted app for official business

Cummings demands docs on Kushner’s alleged use of encrypted app for official business

Rep. Elijah Cummings is demanding the documents by April 4 and signaled he may issue subpoenas if the White House refuses to comply. | Alex Wong/Getty Images House Democrats are raising new concerns about what they say is recently revealed information from Jared Kushner’s attorney indicating that the senior White House aide has been relying…
Trump to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights

Trump to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights

President Donald Trump’s support for Israeli authority over the Golan Heights garnered immediate praise from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. | Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images President Donald Trump announced Thursday that the United States will formally recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights. "After 52 years it is time for the United States to fully…
Israel, anti-Semitism and 2020 fight on display as AIPAC gathers

Israel, anti-Semitism and 2020 fight on display as AIPAC gathers

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's annual policy conference on March 6, 2018. This year's gathering comes at an extraordinarily turbulent moment in U.S.-Israeli relations. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images The politics of Israel, the issue of anti-Semitism and the 2020 presidential campaign will move to center stage in Washington…
The need for speed: Why Congress and the FAA outsourced oversight to Boeing

The need for speed: Why Congress and the FAA outsourced oversight to Boeing

The FAA has been acting at the direction of Congress, amid pressure from industry players like Boeing to help them compete with foreign rivals by speeding up approvals of new aircraft. | Joe Raedle/Getty Images Aviation unions and other critics offered dire warnings in 2004 when the Federal Aviation Administration proposed expanding the role of…
DeVos strikes out — in court

DeVos strikes out — in court

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and other conservatives have said that the previous administration’s approach was too lenient and costly to taxpayers. | Alex Wong/Getty Images education Judges have rebuffed the education secretary’s attempts to pause or change a range of Obama-era policies. By MICHAEL STRATFORD 03/21/2019 07:01 PM EDT Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ attempts…
Pence woos 2016 anti-Trumpers to bankroll billion-dollar reelection

Pence woos 2016 anti-Trumpers to bankroll billion-dollar reelection

Vice President Mike Pence is undertaking the critical role of offering assurance to deep-pocketed Republican elites who will be needed to finance President Donald Trump’s campaign. | AP Photo/Andrew Harnik 2020 elections The vice president is serving as a conduit and Trump translator for the traditional GOP donor set. By ALEX ISENSTADT 03/21/2019 05:01 AM…
How Trump is on track for a 2020 landslide

How Trump is on track for a 2020 landslide

“The economy is just so damn strong right now and by all historic precedent the incumbent should run away with it,” said Donald Luskin, chief investment officer of TrendMacrolytics, a research firm whose model correctly predicted Trump’s 2016 win when most opinion polls did not. | Evan Vucci/AP Photo 2020 elections Economic models point to…
Kamala puts Beto on notice with trip to Texas

Kamala puts Beto on notice with trip to Texas

Presidential candidate Kamala Harris plans to court delegates in Texas, stepping on the turf of fellow Democratic hopeful Beto O'Rourke. | Charlie Neibergall/AP Photo Kamala is coming after Beto — in his own backyard. Hours before the former El Paso congressman unveiled his presidential bid, Harris announced she was heading to Texas — an unmistakable…
Trump’s Caddy Will Put You in a Chokehold If You Criticize His Boss

Trump’s Caddy Will Put You in a Chokehold If You Criticize His Boss

Rick Reilly is a sportswriter with work in Sports Illustrated and ESPN. He is also a screenwriter and the author, most recently, of Commander-in-Cheat: How Golf Explains Trump, from which this is excerpted. President Donald Trump’s two most loyal employees aren’t politicians or fixers or publicity flacks. They’re caddies. He has a regular outdoor caddy—a…

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Miami Open: Simona Halep sets up meeting with Venus Williams in last 16

Miami Open: Simona Halep sets up meeting with Venus Williams in last 16

Simona Halep next faces three-time Miami Open champion Venus WilliamsSimona Halep moved closer to regaining the world number one ranking by coming from a set down to beat Polona Hercog 5-7 7-6 (7-1) 6-2 at the Miami Open. The 27-year-old world number three lost her place at the top of the women's game following Naomi…
READ: AG William Barr Releases Mueller Report’s Principal Conclusion

READ: AG William Barr Releases Mueller Report’s Principal Conclusion

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No Impeachment in View, but Democrats Push On With Investigations of Trump

No Impeachment in View, but Democrats Push On With Investigations of Trump

“We’re going to move forward with our investigation into obstruction of justice, abuses of power, corruption, to defend the rule of law, which is our job,” Mr. Nadler told reporters in New York afterward. “It’s a broader mandate than the special prosecutor has. His mandate is only for crimes.” Mr. Nadler said he rejected Mr.…