After a weekend of intense political debate about the increasingly popular “take a knee” protest spurred on by President Donald Trump, two Chicago police officers are facing a reprimand for engaging in their own protest.
An evangelical church already under investigation for luring foreign believers to the U.S., where they were kept as virtual slaves, has been accused of encouraging parishioners to file fraudulent unemployment claims.
Donald Trump thinks Ivanka “looks down on me,” concedes he groped Melania in public and knows his compulsive hand-washing “could be a psychological problem,” according to a new archive of conversations.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday tried to claim that NFL players who were kneeling during the national anthem weren’t actually protesting racism — and she earned a strong rebuke from panelists on CNN.
“Bully pulpit” is one of those deceptive phrases that means the exact opposite of what it seems to. It was coined by Theodore Roosevelt in reference to the presidency, but he was using bully as a superlative adjective.