New York Daily News
Scaramucci goes on vulgar attack against own communications team, calls Priebus 'paranoid schizophrenic'
New York Daily News
Anthony Scaramucci went on the offensive Wednesday night calling White House adversary Reince Priebus “schizophrenic” and threatening to fire his entire communications staff. He hurled invective at supposed leakers within the administration after New ...
New York Times
Senate Health Care Vote: Revolt Over Narrow Repeal Measure
New York Times
... • Senate Republicans closed in on a “skinny repeal,” a narrow measure to roll back parts of the Affordable Care Act. • At least three Republican senators say they won't vote for “skinny” plan without assurances that it will not become law ...
House speaker appears to give boost to Senate health-care push
Paul Ryan: House willing to go to conference committee over health care plan
GOP Senators Inch Closer to Agreement on 'Skinny' Health Care Bill
Congress sends Russia sanctions to Trump's desk, daring a veto
The Senate on Thursday delivered Donald Trump the first big bipartisan rebuke of his presidency, giving final approval to a package of sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea that constrains his bid to defrost relations with Moscow. The Senate voted ...
Russia Sanctions Bill Passes Senate With Limits on Trump's Power
Congress Just Almost Unanimously Called Trump's Bluff On Russia Sanctions
Deal struck on Russia-Iran sanctions bill restricting Trump
Ohio State Fair ride passed multiple inspections before deadly incident
(CNN) Before Ohio fairgoers were hurled off the Fire Ball, the ride was inspected multiple times. And it passed. "It's been looked at about three or four times over the course of two days," said Michael Vartorella, chief ride inspector for Ohio's ...
The Latest: Operator says ride was inspected before accident
Ohio State Fair reopens after 18-year-old's death, rides closed for inspections
Kasich Urges Ohioans to Return to State Fair One Day After Fatal Accident
A trifecta of criticism for President Trump with this message: Change your behavior
President Trump recorded a remarkable trifecta on Thursday. In fewer than 24 hours, he was rebuked by the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs and the chief scout executive for the Boy Scouts of America. On a day ...
How to Keep Donald Trump from Spreading His Toxic Masculinity to Future Generations
Boy Scouts Chief Apologizes For 'Political Rhetoric' In Trump's Speech
Boy Scouts chief apologizes for Trump's politically charged speech
Pentagon takes no steps to enforce Trump's transgender ban
The Pentagon is bracing for White House guidance on enforcing President Donald Trump's decision to ban transgender people from the armed forces — orders that military and legal experts say could kick out thousands of troops who just a year ago were ...
Would transgender troops disrupt the military, as President Trump asserts?
I Am a Transgender Female Captain in the US Army
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says Pentagon has not banned transgender soldiers — for now
'What Happened': Clinton memoir looks at 2016 election, Russia, sexism
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hillary Clinton's memoir about her failed attempt to win last year's U.S. presidential election will be called "What Happened," a declaration rather than a question, her publisher said in the run-up to its September 12 release ...
Trump to announce MS-13 gang crackdown in Long Island
President Trump is slated to make a major law enforcement and immigration policy speech in Long Island, N.Y., on Friday, laying out the administration's plan to defeat the MS-13 gang. The speech will center on an appeal to legislators and an offer of ...
Trump to declare war on MS-13 gang
Trump Visits Long Island: What You Need To Know
Her Daughter Was Killed by a Gang. She Has a Message for Trump.
She supports Trump, but he doesn't – so divorce looms
Former Miami Dolphins cheerleader and Palm Beach state attorney announce they are getting divorced because of her ...
Socialite couple announces 'Trump divorce' in press release
DOJ argues sexual orientation not covered by anti-discrimination laws
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is arguing that sexual discrimination protections in the workplace do not extend to sexual orientation. The department filed a 36-page amicus brief late Wednesday in the case Donald Zarda brought against his former ...
Justice Department: Civil rights law doesn't bar job discrimination based on sexual orientation
Trump administration argues job-bias law does not cover sexual orientation
DOJ: sexual orientation not protected under Title VII