Memo to Jared Kushner: Managing government isn't like business. It's much harder.
As if Jared Kushner didn't have enough to do in between managing his father-in-law's political impulses on climate change and benefits for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender federal employees and brokering peace in the Middle East, another ...
White House Announces Jared Kushner Is Now Responsible For Everything
Jared Kushner Will Just Fix Everything
Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's power expanding with latest White House assignment
White House keeps up sanctuary cities pressure with funding threat
Washington (CNN) Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlined Monday how the Trump administration will use federal funds to crack down on "sanctuary cities" and states that choose not to comply with federal immigration laws, as it has threatened to do since ...
Attorney General Jeff Sessions repeats Trump threat that 'sanctuary cities' could lose Justice Department grants
Attorney General Orders Crackdown On 'Sanctuary Cities,' Threatens Holding Funds
Sessions takes aim at 'dangerous' sanctuary cities, warns on funding
Mark Davis: Could stay in Oakland through 2019 season
Mark Davis was just given permission to move his team to Las Vegas, but said he could see staying in Oakland longer than his lease dictates. The Raiders have one-year options on their lease in Oakland for the 2017 and 2018 seasons, and Davis said ...
Raiders leaving Oakland for Las Vegas result of 14 months of work
Raiders to Las Vegas: Oakland sadly loses beloved team (again)
How the Raiders might've broken up with Oakland if they'd left a voicemail
TrumpCare? RyanCare? How about don't care
**Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.**. On the roster: - TrumpCare? RyanCare? How about don't care - Nunes was at White House before shock presser - Trump blames Freedom Caucus for health bill failure - Trump ...
Here's what the Republicans who just stopped Trump want next
First casualty for House Freedom Caucus after health care meltdown
Back home, Freedom Caucus' Meadows hailed as anti-Obamacare hero
United Airlines Leggings Incident Shows Changing Nature of Air Travel
The decision by United Airlines to deny entry onto a flight to two girls who were wearing leggings has highlighted the changing culture of air travel in the U.S., aviation historians say. The incident set off a wave of online criticism, with some ...
Why do we dress so badly when we fly?
What Can You Wear on a Plane? It Depends Who's Paying
United Airlines was right to bar leggings
With no Democratic support, Gorsuch nomination may usher in 'nuclear option'
A key Democratic senator warned Monday that Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, is likely to fall short of the votes needed to stave off a Democratic filibuster, likely ushering in the so-called “nuclear option” by Republicans.
Here's how senators plan to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
Dems delay Senate panel vote on Supreme Court nominee
Jeffrey Toobin Smears Gorsuch
No evidence London attacker was linked to Islamic State, police say
LONDON — British police said Monday that they have found no evidence that London attacker Khalid Masood was linked to the Islamic State, despite a claim by the militant group that he was its “soldier.” The 52-year-old “clearly had an interest in jihad ...
'Why Do All the Jihadis Come to Birmingham?'
London attack: Khalid Masood mother 'shocked and saddened'
'No evidence' London attacker associated with ISIS: police
North Carolina's bathroom bill cost the state at least $3.7 billion, new analysis finds
A year after North Carolina enacted a law regulating transgender people's use of public restrooms, sparking boycotts and costing the state jobs and sports events alike, a new analysis says the legislation's economic fallout is greater than previously ...
NCAA gives North Carolina ultimatum on 'bathroom bill'
The price of prejudice: North Carolina's LGBT law cost the state $3.76 billion in lost business over 12 years
Legislators look at HB 2 repeal one year later
Ducks, sneakers and mass arrests: Why are Russians protesting?
Moscow (CNN) A series of anti-corruption protests swept through Russia on Sunday, leading to the arrest of hundreds of demonstrators, including top Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny. Opposition organizers said crowds gathered in around 100 cities and towns ...
Aleksei Navalny, Russian Opposition Leader, Receives 15-Day Sentence
Russia's mass protests were a win for Navalny. How will the Kremlin respond?
Russia's Protests Explained: Why Rubber Ducks, Sneakers Are at Demonstrations