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In the last few days, President Trump skipped the White House Correspondents' Dinner to rally his support on his 100th day in office, and people marched across the country to fight for government action on climate change. Here's a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
As President Trump approaches his 100th day in office, he has already begun to address his accomplishments and media perception at rallies and on Twitter.
President Trump signed an executive order in Wisconsin on Tuesday to direct federal agencies to “Buy American, Hire American.”
Last week President Trump signed a bill that may limit women’s access to health care, and former vice president Joe Biden called on Trump to discuss alleged anti-LGBT violence in Chechnya with the
Here’s a rundown of what President Donald Trump and the U.S. government have been up to and why it matters.
Vice President Mike Pence broke the tie in the Senate on Thursday on legislation that would allow states to block federal family-planning funds to go to Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers.
In the last week, President Trump has released his 2018 proposed budget and dropped 220 spots on Forbes’ billionaires list. Additionally, Supreme Court justice nominee Neil Gorsuch has begun Senate confirmation hearings, and the FBI commented on the Trump-Russia inquiry and Obama wiretap allegations. Here is a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
Sue Aquila started Bloomington Bagel Company to take control of her own destiny. On Wednesday, this meant making free coffee available to any woman who walked through the door.
Former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson has been confirmed as the housing and urban development secretary, and the Washington Post reported Attorney General Jeff Sessions met twice with a Russian ambassador. Democratic leaders have called for Sessions’ resignation. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
In the last 24 hours, President Trump has blamed former President Obama for the White House leaks, graded himself on his work as president thus far and addressed the joint session of Congress for the first time. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
Nancy Kalina walked onto the stage at the Buskirk Chumley Theater, placed herself on a meditation cushion, removed her shoes and shut her eyes.
President Trump met with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Trump’s labor secretary pick withdrew his nomination. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
Vice President Mike Pence got into the Valentine’s Day spirit, the White House commented on Gen. Michael Flynn’s resignation yesterday and Trump is already looking for a replacement for Flynn. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
President Trump and his daughter, Ivanka Trump, met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Senate confirmed Steve Mnuchin as treasury secretary, and national security adviser Michael Flynn got into hot water with Vice President Mike Pence yesterday. Here is a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
In the last few days, President Trump met with the Japanese prime minister, data on the number of people from the seven banned countries entering the U.S. was released, and Trump promised to keep cost of the U.S.-Mexico border wall down. The president also got into a Twitter fight with IU alumnus Mark Cuban. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
President Trump tweeted personal attacks from the @POTUS Twitter account, the White House press secretary cited a fake terror attack, and the Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, called Trump’s comments against the judiciary “disheartening” and “demoralizing.” Here’s a rundown of what is happening under the Trump administration and why it matters.
Betsy DeVos confirmed as secretary of education
Since the weekend, President Trump has been denounced by Kanye West and Martellus Bennett, the New England Patriots’ tight end. The president also made polarizing statements on Twitter and at a press conference. Here’s a rundown of what happened and why it matters.
Kim Smith walked onto the stage.
High school students will commemorate the beginning of Black History Month with a read-in of literature and original writing.