Trump won?t discuss a pardon for Flynn ? yet
With a single syllable in comments to reporters Friday morning, the president suggested he may have the last word in the matter of Michael Flynn. Trump also appeared to question the integrity of the FBI, even though he was on his way to a graduation at the bureau?s academy.
Ryan Zinke Fires 4 Department Of Interior Employees For Harassment
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke fired four senior staffers at the Department of the Interior for inappropriate conduct in response to a bombshell employee survey revealing widespread harassment within the agency.
Florida UPS Delivery Man Steals Package off Porch
Firefighter Killed Battling Thomas Fire In Southern California, Officials Say
One of Kim Jong Un?s top generals has Vanished
Nikki Haley Slams Iran?s Role In Yemen War, Neglects To Mention U.S. Part In Humanitarian Crisis
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, stood before missile remnants that she claimed were covered in Iranian ?fingerprints? on Thursday while laying out what she called ?irrefutable evidence? that Tehran has violated its international obligations by militarily supporting rebels in Yemen.
Prominent 9th Circuit judge faces sex misconduct inquiry
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? The chief judge of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Thursday that he has opened a misconduct inquiry into a judge accused of inappropriate sexual conduct and comments by six women.
Barack Obama Dressed Up As Too-Cool-For-School Santa For His Latest Appearance
Are the U.S. Marines Dying?
The U.S. Marine Corps is arguably the best amphibious-warfare force in the world. The issue is that relentless overseas commitments have strained marine resources so badly that it can?t conduct the other training that it needs to maintain its combat edge. A review of readiness data from 2014 to 2016 revealed that ?Marine Corps units were unable to fully accomplish training for other amphibious operations priorities,? according to the GAO report.
Trump and Putin discuss 'working together to resolve' North Korea nuclear crisis
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin spoke by phone on Thursday evening about the threat posed by North Korea. A White House statement said the world leaders "discussed working together to resolve the very dangerous situation in North Korea". The Kremlin said in a statement that Mr Trump and Mr Putin discussed bilateral relations and the situation in the Korean Peninsula.