A robbery gone wrong at a mall in San Antonio, Texas left one person dead and 5 injured Sunday evening.
In a reception honoring law enforcement and first responders Sunday, President Donald Trump welcomed FBI Director James Comey, shook his hand and said, “he’s become more famous than me” to laughter from the officers and agents gathered in the Oval Office.
Hundreds of thousands of women marched in the streets of Washington D.C., on Saturday in an event dubbed “The Women’s March on Washington.” Millions more marched in other major cities in the U.S.
During a ceremony at the White House Sunday afternoon, President Donald Trump hinted at a possible re-election bid in 2020.
According to the New York Post’s Page Six, Madonna’s inauguration day statements about “blowing up the White House” have gotten the attention of the Secret Service who are known to take any threatening statement seriously until they can establish intent.
Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to President Donald Trump, during an interview on ABC News Sunday mocked Saturday’s Women’s March in Washington, which drew hundreds of thousands of protesters to the city.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) reiterated his intention to block President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, indicating on “State of the Union” Sunday he’d rather leave the 9th seat — formerly occupied by the late Antonin Scalia — open if “the nominee is not bipartisan and mainstream.” The seat has been open since Scalia’s death last February.
Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) announced Sunday that they have decided to vote in favor of President Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of state, former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson.
The Fox News channel absolutely crushed their two main competitors, MSNBC and CNN, in Inauguration Day ratings, more than tripling their combined total.
At the conclusion of this weekend’s episode of “Saturday Night Live,” two cast members sang a farewell song to former President Barack Obama while memorializing him as the “world’s greatest president.” As the episode closed out, which was opened as “SNL” mocked President Donald Trump via Russian President Vladimir Putin, cast member Cecily Strong, standing in front of a black and white picture of Obama, began singing the song “To Sir, With Love” from the 1967 hit movie of the same name.
Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, told Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press” Sunday morning that she would like the Trump administration to have an open relationship with the press, but that they may need to “rethink” that relationship due to what she sees as the press reporting “demonstrably false” information like the removal of the Martin Luther King, Jr.
After White House press secretary Sean Spicer falsely stated that President Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony had the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, social media was set ablaze with reporters and Twitter users alike weighing in on the blatant fabrication.
Former Hillary Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon targeted White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Twitter Saturday evening, labeling Spicer a “failure” who “lacks integrity.” Spicer created a wave of controversy late Saturday after he gave a brief, five minute press briefing at the White House where he targeted the media’s reporting of certain event on Inauguration Day, including their reporting on the size of the crowd on the National Mall.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will visit President Donald Trump on Friday in his first meeting with a foreign leader, and she’s indicated the discussion will center on a future, post-Brexit trading relationship between England and the U.S.
Fact checking website PolitiFact blasted White House press secretary Sean Spicer in a new fact check for claiming at a press briefing Saturday evening that Trump’s inauguration last Friday featured the biggest inauguration crowd in history.
The Dallas Stars Jumbotron operator proved on Saturday night that not only does he pay attention to politics, he also has a sense of humor.
Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer told Fox News’ Bret Baier Saturday night that President Donald Trump’s remarks to the CIA, including a statement where he suggested keeping the oil after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, could be considered a “war crime.” Appearing on “Special Report,” Krauthammer — along with Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist and Fox News’ Digital Editor Chris Stirewalt — took part in a panel discussion on Trump’s remarks to CIA officials and employees Saturday afternoon as one of his first stops as president following his inauguration Friday.
President Donald Trump took to his favorite social media platform early Sunday to troll the women protesters who marched in Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington that spilled over to major cities across the country.
All the talk of Washington D.C., since President Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday has been the size of Trump’s inauguration crowds, despite the fact that the world just saw a peaceful transition of power — something that is hard to come by even in modern times.
Former CIA Director John Brennan, who left his post at the conclusion of former President Barack Obama’s administration last week, blasted President Donald Trump late Saturday, criticizing him for his speech to CIA employees on Saturday afternoon.