In his testimony, Don McGahn revealed himself to be the kind of sober establishment figure many hoped would curb Trump's worst impulses, writes Michael D'Antonio. He was one official who knew how things were supposed to go and kept his head while many around him lost theirs.
Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced hope Friday that Joe Biden will be less impulsive than his predecessor Donald Trump ahead of his first summit with the new US leader.
In one of its latest steps to erase Trump administration policies, the Biden administration has withdrawn a controversial proposal that could have kicked 3 million Americans off of food stamps and cost nearly 1 million children automatic eligibility for free school meals.
Wall Street strategists and business leaders are worried about Trump policies. But investors aren’t paying them much heed. Stocks continue to go up. Why? The U.S. economy is still in much better shape than most of the rest of the world.
Sears Holdings, the company that owns retail stores Sears and Kmart, said this weekend that it would remove 31 Trump-branded items from its website.
The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Yellen and the Fed may deserve more of the credit for the market’s move.
Banished from social networks but no less influential among the Republican faithful, Donald Trump was set to return to the stage Saturday for his first speech in months as he flirts ever more openly…
Facebook Inc on Friday suspended former U.S. President Donald Trump from its platform until at least January 2023 and announced changes to how it will treat rule-breaking world leaders in the future.
Facebook Inc is planning to end its policy that shields politicians from content moderation rules, the Verge reported on Thursday.