Although the Taliban said they would not monopolize power in the region, they insist that a peace deal will not be reached until a new government is negotiated.
The lifelong Republican said he's "Trumped out."
New polling reveals how the country feels about the vice president's job performance, and how her rating compares to the president's.
Officials say the proof was a photo they found in which men working for the firm were meeting with Colombian Americans suspected of being involved in the assassination.
The former president said he believed the result will lead to "unspeakable harm" for Afghan women and girls from a potential return of the Taliban.
"The MAGA movement, the America First movement is more engaged, more energized," said the former Trump administration official.
"We will remember his unwavering love for his wife Joyce, his family and friends, and the integrity he brought to a life dedicated to country," the family said.
Lara Trump was on "Hannity" reacting to a report about New York City prosecutors dropping charges against hundreds of protesters who took to the streets following the police killing of George Floyd.
The president breached royal protocol by not removing his sunglasses to greet Queen Elizabeth II—here are some of the other U.S. presidents to slip up during a royal get together.
"It's going to be really something special," the former president said in a NRSC fundraising video.
The 2024 race for the Republican nomination for president is already heating up, with former Vice President Mike Pence set to keynote a GOP event in the crucial first-in-the-nation primary state New Hampshire on Thursday.
"There's a continued, enduring interest and folks encouraging him to run in 2024, but he's in no rush to make a decision," said Miller.
"We need an attorney general that's above reproach, not under criminal indictment for securities fraud and under FBI investigation for bribery and corruption," George P. Bush said of current Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Wednesday.
Quotes themed around patriotism, heroism, bravery and freedom, from U.S. presidents and others that can be shared in honor of Memorial Day.
"It is going to require the Arab world deciding that peace with Israel is important for solving the Palestinian issue," former President George W. Bush said during an interview with Fox News.
A report by the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense on UFO analysis is due to be released by next month.
The likes of Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin, Andrew Jackson and Thomas Jefferson have been brought to life thanks to modern technology.
"You cannot have those things you refuse to dream of," the Georgia Democrat said.
"I think people are going to be very, very happy when I make a certain announcement," Trump said on Tuesday.
The seven-month-old Bernese mountain dog puppy has gained thousands of fans with his scene-stealing appearance.
"I would fight on any battlefield at any place under any conditions under the leadership of General Michael Flynn," the pro-Trump attorney stated on Saturday.
The former secretary of state simply said she believes Biden "made the decision that he thought was the right decision."
"I think one of the lessons that people will learn over time is that there's no question there needs to be police," former President George W. Bush said during a recent podcast interview.
Biden has the most diverse cabinet yet and has confirmed all 15 secretaries, but one cabinet-level position remains undecided 100 days into his presidency.
"I like my properties here in Dallas," the former Republican president said during a recent appearance on late-night TV.
The former president also called his party "isolationist" and "protectionist" on Tuesday morning.
"I think it's undignified to wanna see my name in print all the time," Bush said in a CBS News interview that aired Sunday.
"I love Dwayne 'Rock' the Johnson as much as the next middle-aged man who loves fast cars. But for the love of Ludacris, Dwayne, we don't need another celebrity in the White House," Colbert said
"We are leaving in 2014," Biden promised during a 2012 vice presidential debate.