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Trump deems first 100 days 'just about the most successful in our country's history'

President Trump hit the 100-day mark of his presidency Saturday, a milestone he enthusiastically hailed in his weekly address the afternoon before.

Trump signs short-term spending bill to delay shutdown

President Trump signed a one-week spending bill Friday night after both houses of Congress voted to approve the measure just hours before the midnight deadline to avert government shutdown.

For sale: 5 jaw-dropping Wisconsin homes

Trego. This four-bedroom log house on 2.7 acres lies along a dead-end road. The home features hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, three fireplaces, a chef's kitchen with white ash cabinets, and custom leaf-patterned support posts.

Policing for profit

Law-enforcement officials have seized billions from citizens through civil forfeiture. Is that process being abused?

The trouble with Trump's 'Buy American' plan

The smartest insight and analysis, from all perspectives, rounded up from around the web: President Trump just took a big step toward delivering on his promises to American workers, said Andy Schlafly at Town Hall.

When you should pay off a mortgage early

Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial advice, gathered from around the web: Paying off a mortgage early "Choosing when to pay off your mortgage is rarely a clear-cut mathematical decision," said Susan Johnston Taylor at U.S.

Thousands to gather in Washington for People's Climate March

Thousands are expected to gather Saturday in Washington, D.C., on President Trump's 100th day in office for the 2017 People's Climate March.

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New Washington State Patrol troopers bow their heads during graduation ceremonies in Olympia, Washington.

Late night tackles Trump's first 100 days in hilariously condensed videos

Late night television is marking the occasion of President Trump's first 100 days in office by condensing four months of news into just seconds.

Columbia University students call Thomas Jefferson 'the epitome of white supremacy'

A group of Columbia University students draped a Ku Klux Klan hood over a statue of Thomas Jefferson and labeled the Founding Father "the epitome of white supremacy." Protesters from the group Mobilized African Diaspora said the statue of the slave-holding Founding Father "validates rape, sexual vio

Obama points out that ObamaCare is more popular than Trump

Former President Barack Obama pointed out that the Affordable Care Act is "more popular than the current president" during a private, off-the-record event Thursday in New York City, a person in attendance told CNN.

9 hilarious cartoons to mark Trump's 100-day milestone

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Watch President Trump wonder aloud whether 'Pocahontas' will run against him in 2020

President Trump was already talking about the 2020 presidential election in his speech Friday at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting.

President Trump is now blaming Michael Flynn on Obama. Obama fired Flynn.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer raised some eyebrows this week when he blamed the Trump administration's decision to hire Michael Flynn as national security adviser on former President Barack Obama — but now President Trump is passing blame off on the previous administration, too.

Most White House reporters say the Trump administration has lied to them

It is not such an exaggeration to call the tension between the Trump administration and the press tasked to hold them accountable an all-out war.

Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint, who moved think tank closer to Trump, set to be ousted by board

Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint is set to be ousted by board members who believe the think tank has become "too bombastic and political" during his tenure, Politico writes.

Do companies need new criteria for picking CEOs?

In a recent survey of nearly 1,000 CEO candidates, researchers found that 45 percent had made at least one mistake in their career that either ended in them losing their job or was extremely costly to their business.

John Kasich thinks the best way to solve America's problems with North Korea is to 'eradicate the leadership'

Ohio Gov. John Kasich's (R) suggestion for handling mounting tensions with North Korea sounds suspiciously similar to the plot of The Interview, the 2014 satirical Sony film that enraged North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un.

Poor sleep habits cost American businesses billions each year

Sleep deprivation costs American businesses about 1.2 million employee workdays and roughly $411 billion in revenue a year, according to a report from the RAND Corp.