Trump Infrastructure Plan Relies on State, Local Funding

President Donald Trump on Monday launched a “big week” for his long-awaited infrastructure plan, which envisions spurring $1.5 trillion in spending over a decade to rebuild roads and highways

North Korea is a murderous regime, why is the media glamorizing it at the Olympics?

Trust in media is at an all-time low. But loathing of it is likely at an all-time high

Conservatives Lash Out at Republican Spending Binge

The GOP is the party of fiscal responsibility no more

White House releases 55-page, $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan

The White House on Monday officially released a 55-page proposal for President Trump's long-awaited infrastructure overhaul

Despite defeat of IS, Syria war risks major power conflict

Although the Islamic State (IS) is near defeat, Syria now risks a confrontation among the major regional and world powers

Hey big spenders, don't complain if you lose power

On Friday morning, President Trump signed a new spending deal and ended a brief overnight government shutdown

SpaceX’s Falcon rocket is a tremendous step toward reasserting American leadership in space

The successful launch of SpaceX’s Falcon powerful new rocket Tuesday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida was a tremendous step toward reasserting American leadership in space

Congress Takes On Immigration Issue Amid Election Pressures

The Senate begins a rare, open-ended debate on immigration and the fate of the “Dreamer” immigrants on Monday, and Republican senators say they’ll introduce President Donald Trump’s plan

No Handshakes as Pence Avoids Kim Jong-un’s Sister at Olympics

They stood not 10 feet apart in a V.I.P. box: the 58-year-old vice president of the United States and the 30-year-old sister of North Korea’s reclusive dictator, representatives of two countries locked in a stubborn, ever more perilous nuclear standoff

Devin Nunes creates his own alternative news site

Embattled California congressman finds a way to bypass the mainstream media

Trump questions lack of 'due process' after two aides resign over past allegations

President Trump on Saturday raised questions about a lack of due process after two White House aides resigned this week following allegations of past domestic abuse

Coal miners helped Trump. Now they need help

If coal miners could spend President Donald Trump’s words of praise, they’d be fine. Since they can’t, they need the government to keep its pension promises and protect them from an epidemic of severe black lung disease

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