Tuesday’s news: President Trump and the GOP ramp up rallies ahead of midterm elections. Plus, the U.S. withdraws out of a nuclear treaty with Russia and the CIA director flies to Turkey for more answers about journalist Khashoggi’s disappearance. Also, President Trump considers re-defining “gender” and prompts backlash from the transgender community.
President Trump has settled on a strategy of fear — laced with falsehoods and racially tinged rhetoric — to help lift his party to victory in the coming midterms, part of a broader effort to energize Republican voters with two weeks left until the No
CIA Director Gina Haspel departed for Turkey on Monday amid a growing international uproar over Saudi Arabia’s explanation of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to people familiar with the matter.
President Trump suggested Monday that he's considering taking actions that would affect protections for legal transgender people. As he was departing the White House to campaign in Texas for Sen. Ted Cruz, Mr.
Members of Congress from both parties made clear on Sunday that they wanted to see Saudi Arabia punished for the killing of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as President Trump shifted his tone again on the issue and joined the lawmakers in expressing
Facing a surge in migrant families entering the United States and with the midterm elections two weeks away, the Trump administration is weighing an array of new policies that it hopes will deter Central Americans from journeying north.
If you haven’t looked up recently, President Trump is everywhere. He is campaigning across the country at a frenetic pace. His White House has clamped down on news briefings, but he is giving interviews by the bushel.