Leigh Ann Wilson hoped that President Trump would improve a lot of things in her home state of West Virginia, particularly an issue close to her heart: expanding treatment for people addicted to opioids. Wilson lost her daughter, 21-year-old Taylor, to an opioid overdose last year. Weeks later, she voted for Trump.
A U.S. official denied reports that Trump was considering pulling out of peace negotiations between Israel and Palestinians after a rift opened up in the first meeting between Trump aide and son-in-law Jared Kushner and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
In a recent Facebook post, former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich listed 11 key facts — compiled by reader Rosa Figueroa — to arm yourself with the next time you find yourself arguing with a Trump supporter.
The family of an honors student who was, “mistreated by Tuscaloosa police, the university, and DCH Regional Medical Center” before committing suicide, will be suing the University of Alabama. Megan Rondini, a 3.8 GPA student who had received a coveted spot in a special MBA program for high achievers in STEM fields, hanged herself in February 2016 after allegedly being raped by “one of the wealthiest men in Tuscaloosa.”
Two rallies protesting ‘jokes’ about violence against Donald Trump failed to attract more than one hundred people. The two different rallies, held in Washington D.C., were also attended by a number of counter-protesters, who almost outnumbered the original protesters, Reuters reported.
The distinguished editorial board at Cheap Seats maintains a nonpartisan policy and tries to keep politics out of sports. But on behalf of 25 million golfers in the United States, we must ask the president one thing. What the heck were you thinking?
House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said Sunday night that the first time she met with President Donald Trump he insisted to her that he’d won the popular vote, which he in fact lost by nearly 3 million.