Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington has found over 2,300 conflicts of interest resulting from Trump's decision not to divest ownership of his global business empire.
"This is a disgrace."
"Shameless" Season 10 will return on November 3.
NRA board member Richard Childress, a former NASCAR driver and the owner of a self-titled car racing enterprise, submitted his resignation to the board on Monday, according to a copy of the letter obtained by Newsweek.
Clemson is the favorite to retain its national title this season, closely followed by Alabama and Georgia.
The former White House communications chief issued a mea culpa for his time working with the president and says the country's future is at stake.
"The debunked study you're referring to was based on 21 undecided voters," Clinton said. "For context that's about half the number of people associated with your campaign who have been indicted."
Despite President Donald Trump's assurances that the U.S. will not head into a recession, members of his staff have reportedly begun considering ways to combat a slowing economy.
"The Democrats are trying to 'will' the Economy to be bad for purposes of the 2020 Election. Very Selfish!" he wrote.
The president, who campaigned on his ability to improve the economy and has sought to take credit for the economic successes, is positioning himself to avoid blame for any possible downturn.
An estimated 45 million people in the United States collectively hold about $1.6 trillion in student loans.
To overcome domestic terrorism in the wake of El Paso, we do not need, nor should we want, a bigger, more intrusive national security state.
"It looks like we are not going to do business," Trump said, adding to confusion surrounding the future of the Chinese tech giant, which was added to a U.S. trade blacklist in May.
On Sunday, Trump administration officials Larry Kudlow and Peter Navarro touted economic strengths and dismissed analysts' warnings that the U.S. could be facing another recession soon.
The 34-second clip, promoted by al-Qaeda to mock its competitor, shows that even radical terrorists can get camera shy.
When reached for comment, Shell spokesman Curtis Smith pushed back on some of the assertions in the report.
Protesters chanted: "Liberate Hong Kong! Revolution of our time!" despite fears that police could adopt tougher tactics to drive activists off the streets.
A journalist took to Twitter on Friday to share an alleged encounter of sexual harassment, using #MeToo. Her thread went viral.
The campaign against undocumented laborers escalated to its most severe crackdown in over a decade when federal agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided five poultry processing facilities in Mississippi last week.
"If we #BoycottCVS, we are also saving a rainforest. So, two birds," Handler tweeted.
The Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee announced it will return from its recess a few days early to consider a slew of gun control bills. Here's what they'll be discussing.
The president is allegedly interested in Greenland because of the world's largest island's strategic location and its wealth of untapped natural resources.
A Times reporter claims Epstein told him "criminalizing sex with teenage girls was a cultural aberration and that at times in history it was perfectly acceptable."
"In fact, five or six years before I even thought about running, for whatever reason they named me, man of the year in Michigan. I said, how come? I didn't even understand it myself, but I was named man of the year."
"I think Nicole is the mastermind of that and she's the one using Azan, just saying."
On Thursday, businesses in Santa Monica put up pink drapery and dropped prices to 1950s levels, as part of a marketing blitz by Amazon.
Tariffs could leave Florida, Michigan and Ohio hanging in the balance.