Wednesday's News: President Trump reportedly asked his former acting Attorney General about having one of his allies handle an investigation into him, the ACLU challenges the national emergency in court, and Bernie Sanders faces a different Democratic field in 2020.
President Trump on Monday delivered his sharpest warning yet to Venezuela’s military authorities in an increasingly tense showdown over that country’s crisis, proclaiming they would “lose everything” by remaining loyal to President Nicolás Maduro and
Protests were held across the U.S. over the president's decision to declare a national emergency. The president's emergency declaration also became the target of a lawsuit filed by nearly a dozen states.
President Donald Trump is considering four people to be his next UN ambassador: Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner Dina Powell, the current ambassadors to Canada and Germany, Kelly Craft and Richard Grenell, and John James, a former Republican U.S.
President Trump’s proposal to move billions of dollars from military spending and drug interdiction to fund the construction of 234 miles of barriers on the southern border sets up two new conflicts: one over where the money is coming from, and one o