The U.S. president blasted Germany's auto industry once again but made no mention of German-owned car plants in the U.S.
Officials have stolen $15 billion in federal defense funds, resulting in an army that is ill-equipped and unprepared.
The survey highlighted issues with misogyny and relationships among millennials, with the majority of young people rarely discussing issues of sexual consent.
"Everybody is going to start second-guessing whether or not they can trust Trump," an analyst tells Newsweek.
The GEO Group is currently the subject of a class-action lawsuit from 60,000 undocumented migrants.
A Fox News contributor said he investigated Gretchen Carlson and Andrea Mackris at Ailes’ request.
Trump has repealed one piece of anti-corruption legislation, and threatened others.
The killers lure their victims abroad, knowing that they're more likely to get away with the crime.
The federal minimum wage currently stands at $7.25 an hour, and Congress has not increased it since 2009.
The disgraced anchor’s lawyers hoped to prove he was the victim of a liberal smear campaign.
The "dirty dossier" alleges that Page met with Kremlin insiders to discuss lifting sanctions on Russia.
Under the new administration, arrests of undocumented immigrants have increased by 33 percent compared to 2016.
Page is the only U.S. national the FBI is monitoring as part of its investigation into Russia election interference.
The U.S. has said it will not attend Moscow-led peace talks scheduled for Friday.
Despite the U.S. strike against Assad, Trump's Syria policy remains unclear.
Polls suggest Macron will win the presidency in the second runoff round.
More than 22 advertisers have abandoned the show, which averages close to four million viewers daily.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has called for a review of Obama-era consent decrees between the federal government and local law enforcement.