“I’ve had a lot of bad ideas in my life,” former U.N. ambassador Samantha Power tells Politico. “Though none as immortalized as that one.”
Wow. It’s a major concession. And what might “that one” be?
The Environmental Protection Agency has the resources necessary to continue working through next week, even if there is a government shutdown, according to Administrator Scott Pruitt.
Illinois State University will be holding a two-day conference next month devoted to microaggressions in the age of President Donald Trump.
Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had detailed knowledge about the security vulnerabilities involved in continuing to use her personal email despite claims that she didn’t really “stop and think” about the email system she was planning to use, newly released State Department emails show.
There are 26 pews in St. Anthony of Padua’s in Yulan, New York, a deserted resort town in the Catskills. The Christmas lights are still up, the Poinsettias still alive, but J.J. Hanson is dead at 36, which is why the pews are packed with firefighters, United States Marines, and young children.
Funerals for the young are always loud—the sniffling is more frequent, the weeping more consuming—but the most conspicuous noise comes from the deceased’s peers: young parents trying to control noisy toddlers. A woman cradles a four-year-old boy in blue flannel at the Church entrance.
The Department of Justice filed an amicus brief Thursday in support of students claiming they were discriminated against after the state of Montana denied them placement in a tax credit scholarship program because the school they attended was a Christian one.
The poster was pretty much the only reason I wanted to see Proud Mary.
Entrepreneurship is negatively impacted by higher corporate tax rates, according to a study from the Federal Reserve.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Thursday to explain that his vision of a border wall with Mexico—a key feature of his winning 2016 campaign—did not necessarily mean a physical barrier along the entirety of the border.
A leaked draft of the latest Nuclear Posture Review reveals that President Trump is preparing to boost U.S. nuclear weapons by developing new arms and modernizing older weapons and delivery platforms.