Being president isn?t so easy, and other things Trump has learned in first 100 days
Trump signs spending bill to avert government shutdown ? for one week
Slain trooper's young sons in court as killer gets death
MILFORD, Pa. (AP) ? With his victim's two young sons in court for the first time, a gunman who shot and killed a Pennsylvania trooper was formally sentenced to death Thursday, one day after a jury determined he should receive a lethal injection for the ambush at a state police barracks.
EU to mull post-Brexit membership for 'united Ireland': sources
EU leaders are expected at a summit this weekend to back automatic membership for Northern Ireland after Brexit if it ever reunifies with Ireland, sources said on Friday. Ireland will ask the 27 European Union leaders to endorse a text on the issue when they meet on Saturday without Britain to adopt guidelines for Brexit negotiations. While the move could rile London, European sources said it would only "state the obvious" and compared it to integration of the former East Germany into the EU after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
ACLU defends Coulter after Berkeley speech cancellation
Filipino troops kill notorious Abu Sayyaf kidnapper in clash
MANILA, Philippines (AP) ? Philippine marines have killed an Abu Sayyaf extremist commander and a notorious kidnapper who had sailed across the sea border into Malaysia to snatch tourists and sailors for ransom, the military chief said Saturday.
Is it safe to take your pet on a plane?
RIP Simon, the giant rabbit, who recently passed away on a United Airlines flight. More animals died being transported on United Airlines planes in 2016 than any other US carrier, according to the Department of Transportation.
Delta Passenger Claims He Was Booted From Flight Because He Had to Use the Bathroom
Spicer projects confidence after Mnuchin wouldn?t guarantee middle-class tax cut under new plan
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Thursday that Americans should be concerned about how the administration?s new tax plan would affect them, not how it would benefit the Trump family. Spicer made the comments during a press briefing where he was asked whether it was fair for Americans to question how the proposed tax plan would personally affect President Trump and his family. ?The president?s plan right now is something that every American should worry hopefully about how it?s going to affect them,? said Spicer.
Sean Spicer says Obama administration was responsible for Michael Flynn?s vetting
White House press secretary Sean Spicer attempted Thursday to shift blame to the Obama administration for its role in vetting retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the national security adviser dismissed by President Trump. Spicer argued that the Trump transition team didn?t vet Flynn?s appointment because he already held a security clearance at the time. ?My only point is that when Gen. Flynn came into the White House, he had an active security clearance that was issued during the Obama administration with all the information that?s being discussed that occurred in 2015,? Spicer said at the daily press briefing.