"Today's action is all the proof we need to know whose side the Trump administration is on."
They seemed in a rush to get to the “Leadership Luncheon” put on by the Trump Inaugural Committee, the latter funded by major corporate sponsors, including Chevron, J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and others.
Technically, Obama still has a few more hours to fulfill the far-right’s many doomsday prophecies about his presidency, but it appears much more likely that these conservative activists simply lied in order to fuel baseless fears about Obama.
After hearing from a company whose CEO was a campaign contributor, a congressional aide to Donald Trump’s HHS nominee repeatedly pushed a federal health agency to remove a critical drug study from its website.
As usual, Trump has his facts wrong.
Bernie Sanders and others blasted Scott Pruitt's anti-environment record on Wednesday, echoing scores of groups that oppose to his nomination.
Last year it was 62 people who owned the same as the poorest half of the world. This year it is down to eight.
For the sake of democracy, an independent commission or special prosecutor must be appointed to investigate Russian influence.
Donald Trump's inaugural committee has raised a record $100 million from private donors
"The danger of evicting the press from the White House and putting press conferences into a large auditorium: Trump won’t be called on his lies, and the White House press corps will lose the leverage they have by being together in one rather small room."
New report from Center on Budget and Policy Priorities shows getting rid of healthcare law would deliver windfall tax cut for top earners
Yertle, you see, is the king of the pond “on the faraway island of Sala-ma-Sond.”
“During his tenure as Attorney General of Oklahoma, Mr. Pruitt has blurred the distinction between official and political actions, often at the behest of corporations he will regulate if confirmed to lead EPA."
A new movie reminds us of past racial injustice as a new administration tries to roll back the clock.
Tillerson faced markedly tough questions on the intertwined issues from Democrats and one Republican, Sen. Marco Rubio (FL).
On the heels of Kentucky, New Hampshire and Missouri now appear poised to become states with so-called right-to-work laws.
“Detroit Public Schools, she argued, should simply be shut down and the system turned over to charters, or the tax dollars given to parents in the form of vouchers to attend private schools.”
The senator highlighted in a Medium post Tuesday every time candidate Trump pledged to keep the programs intact
Meeting in private, enthused activists promise that the growing Republican dominance in state government will unleash a wave of laws to cut business taxes, restrict unions and expand school privatization.
Without replacements in line, president-elect demanding immediate resignation of key officials at agency that 'works to reduce the global danger from weapons of mass destruction'