Anti-Trump protesters launched violent attacks on supporters of President Donald Trump at rallies across California on Saturday, but the media uniformly downplayed their role.
The city of Philadelphia cancelled its largest Cinco de Mayo event, El Carnaval de Puebla, because current conditions in the country supposedly weren’t favorable toward immigrants, especially illegal ones living in fear of a nationwide crackdown spurred by President Donald Trump.
The Christian cross is “not an adornment for the house or a piece of jewelry to wear,” but a reminder of Christ’s love in saving mankind from evil and sin, Pope Francis said Sunday.
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a major job spike of 235,000 in February, dropping the unemployment rate to 4.7 percent. According to CNBC, the good news didn’t stop there: average hourly earnings bumped 2.8 percent, construction jumped by 58,000 jobs, and manufacturing added 28,000 jobs. The U6 unemployment rate, which includes the underemployed, is now at… Read More »
Not only do Mexico’s politicians want it to be clear they’re not paying for Donald Trump’s border wall – they’re making sure their citizens get to stay on our side of it.
Monday in Washington, D.C at the National Press Club during a news conference, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said while she has not seen a completed case for President Donald Trump’s impeachment, a “very scientific, methodical way” was being made.
Actress Lindsay Lohan claims she was “racially profiled” by airport security in London for wearing an Islamic headscarf.
The nation’s most senior military officer said President Trump will be presented with a wide range of options for accelerating the campaign to defeat ISIS, along with an assessment of the risks and costs of each one.
Chicago Public Schools officials — barring a criminal warrant — are vowing to deny federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents access to district buildings and personnel as a way to protect illegal immigrant students.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will visit Mexico this week along with the Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly to discuss issues including border security with the southern neighbor amid frayed relations under new U.S. President Donald Trump.