President Trump’s voter fraud commission dissolved into farce.
U.S. stocks moved higher in late-afternoon trading Monday, on course to extend the market’s gains from last week. Investors bid up shares in big department store chains and other consumer services companies. Industrial stocks also rose, led by
Democrats, Republicans, and others surveyed sound off on the president’s first 19 months in office.
American steel manufacturers are expanding their domestic operations. The President’s tariffs may be working.
President Trump and the media must stop attacking one another. The continuous barrage has strained our democracy.
President to headline GOP dinner in Columbus.
Stocks give up an early gain and close lower as investors continue to worry.
The longtime agent sent text messages criticizing President Trump to a colleague.
Republican leaders in Washington, D.C., including some of our own local representatives, need to stand up to Trump.
Stocks in the U.S. and Europe take sharp losses as Wall Street worries about financial instability in Turkey.