Democrats seem to be emboldening themselves as the shutdown continues. Most recently the second highest ranking Dem went so far as to declare what President Trump will and won’t be doing.
The partial government shutdown continues primarily due to dispute over funding for the border wall. President Trump has stopped pulling punches and declared the Souther Border would have to be closed entirely if funding wasn’t passed.
In a head scratching move California’s Public Utilities Commission is contemplating charging phone users a fee for sending text messages.
Officials predict that President Donald Trump will declare Heather Nauert as the successor to Nikki Haley as ambassador to the United Nations.
A challenge issued by three conservation groups arguing against President Donald Trump’s authority to build a border wall was thrown out by the U.S. Supreme Court.
President Donald Trump joined Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and outgoing Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to officially sign the new trade agreement between the respective nations.
The Senate voted to consider a resolution that would cease U.S. support of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, but it has a long fight ahead if it seeks to undermine the close ties to the Trump Administration.
Chinese students hoping to attend classes in the U.S. may face more thorough background checks and various restrictions due to mounting worry over espionage.