Jake Tapper and Chris Wallace both put Administration surrogates through the ringer on their respective Sunday morning shows.
As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to bring jobs back to the United States, especially manufacturing jobs. It hasn’t worked out that way.
The Trump Administration has effectively declared economic warfare against the government of Nicolas Maduro. It won’t succeed, and will further victimize the already suffering Venezuelan people.
President Trump’s tariffs are having a noticeable, and negative, impact on global economies. The President doesn’t seem to care.
First quarter economic growth came in higher than expected, but there are several caveats worth keeping an eye on.
President Trump is now claiming he will end birthright citizenship for the children of undocumented immigrants via Executive Order. He clearly lacks the authority to do this.
If President Trump’s trade war continues, it could have a serious impact on the political fortunes of President Trump and his party.
The economy grew in the final quarter of 2017, but at a slower pace than earlier in the year and far slower than what the President has promised.
President Trump has alienated America’s allies and friends, and they are acting accordingly.
Trump’s combination amateur hour/tough guy approach is not going to make the world a safer place, nor will it advance US national interest.
The reputation of the US matters in global affairs.
Regardless of the outcome of the Conservative Party’s leadership race, the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom will be a woman.
It’s easy to see what Greece thinks it still needs Europe, it’s more of puzzle why Europe thinks it needs to hang on to Greece.
Greece reached a new deal with European bankers that seems oddly similar to the one that voters rejected just a week ago.
Greece’s Prime Minister seemed to give in to some of Europe’s demands today, but bankers are continuing to hold to the strict conditions they set last week.
The Greek Government is basically shutting the banking system down tomorrow as negotiations over its debt problems continue.
Reports from the Justice Department seem to be laying the groundwork for more disappointment for those hoping for charges against Officer Darren Wilson.
Quietly, oil prices have been falling for months now. That’s potentially a very big deal.
It’s simple: We just have to define the problem and then solve it.
Russian invasion or legitimate secessionist movement? And does it matter?
Robert Kagan warns of “a changing world order.” But he’s grasping at rather thin straws.
Are we really going to do this again? The answer appears to be yes.
New head-scratching revelations in the Dominique Strauss-Kahn case.
The Greek referendum could be a disaster for the global economy. And might be the right thing to do.
European leaders continue to kick the can down the road on a crisis that could bring down the global economy.
Occupy Wall Street is not motivated by envy of the rich or even animus towards banks.
Does “Occupy Wall Street” really represent the people they claim to be speaking for?
It’s time to start being concerned about Europe.
President Obaama’s poll numbers are lower than where Reagan and Clinton were at this point, but not by very much.