Hope Hicks to meet with Judiciary panel behind closed doors
The House Judiciary Committee will interview former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks behind closed doors Wednesday, the first time lawmakers will hear from a person linked to the president’s inner circle since the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
Three takeaways from Trump’s campaign kickoff rally in Orlando
Despite the years that have passed since his first campaign kick-off in 2015, President Trump returned to many of his favorite topics in the roughly 80 minutes he spoke on stage.
As Elizabeth Warren makes gains in the primary, Trumpworld takes notice
After a sluggish start this winter, polls show Elizabeth Warren is finally making strides in the Democratic primary campaign.
Fact check: In 2020 debut, Trump exaggerates economic growth
President Trump officially opened his 2020 campaign Tuesday with a speech exaggerating what he’s done for the economy.
Trump suggests Central Park 5 might still be guilty — even after they were exonerated
President Trump refused Tuesday to apologize for the full-page ad he ran in 1989 calling for the execution of the ‘‘Central Park 5’’ and suggested the men might still be guilty.
Trump could have tough time meeting his deportation threat
President Trump could have a tough time making good on his threat to deport millions of people living in the US illegally. But maybe that wasn’t his point.
Trump protesters rally at gay bar blocks from arena speech
Opponents of President Trump’s reelection announcement Tuesday in Florida are launching a protest in what organizers say will be a public rebuttal to the president’s policies.
With eye on a second term and history, Trump begins his reelection effort
Four years after launching one of the most improbably successful runs for president in history, President Trump officially kicked off its sequel, again offering himself as a political outsider — but this time from the Oval Office.
Orlando Sentinel says it won’t endorse Trump ahead of his reelection rally there
The hometown paper of the Florida city where Donald Trump is making his reelection announcement says it won’t endorse the president.
Susan Collins casts 7,000th straight Senate vote as reelection race looms
The 66-year-old Collins extended a streak she has carefully maintained during more than two decades in the Senate.
As Shanahan withdraws as Trump’s defense pick, he addresses violent domestic incidents
In the months that he has served as President Trump’s acting secretary of defense, Patrick Shanahan has worked to keep domestic violence incidents within his family private.
Shanahan Withdraws as Defense Secretary Nominee
President Donald Trump on Tuesday pulled the nomination of Patrick M. Shanahan to be the permanent defense secretary, saying on Twitter that Shanahan would devote more time to his family.
Trump’s pick for secretary of defense withdraws bid
Patrick Shanahan’s exit comes amid reports of alleged domestic abuse with his former wife.
US sending troops to Mideast amid Gulf tensions over Iran
The U.S. is sending 1,000 more troops to the Middle East as tensions in the Persian Gulf mounted Tuesday.
Remember the Globe Opinion satirical Trump front page? He’s moving closer to making it a reality
A satirical front page created by the Globe’s opinion section seemed alarmist to some. Now it’s getting closer to becoming true.
President Trump threatens to deport millions beginning next week
President Donald Trump is threatening to remove millions of people living in the country illegally on the eve of formally announcing his re-election bid.
Buttigieg says statistically it’s ‘almost certain’ the US has had ‘excellent gay presidents’
‘‘My gaydar doesn’t even work that well in the present, let alone retroactively, but one can only assume that’s the case,’’ Pete Buttigieg added.
Man arrested for trespassing at Ocasio-Cortez’s office
Authorities have arrested a man who they say set off a fire extinguisher while at a building where Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has one of her district offices.
High court lets Virginia voting go ahead under redrawn map
Voters will elect lawmakers to the Virginia House of Delegates using a map seen as favorable to Democrats, under a ruling from the Supreme Court.