A growing list of athletes have declined invitations from President Donald J. Trump to visit the White House as a stance against his racist and anti-immigrant rhetoric. Sadly, Tiger Woods isn't one of them.
What April Ryan’s call highlights is the way lying, smearing and slander have been institutionalized by the Trump White House to an extent not even done in Washington by the senator infamous for slander and lies, the late Joe McCarthy, of Wisconsin.
Vice President Mike Pence will visit the Port of Baltimore on Friday to see technology that customs agents use to scan shipping containers, trucks, rail cars and cargo for illegal narcotics and weapons, the White House says.
While the president is urging our intelligence workers to “go back to school” in grammatically incorrect Tweets, they are saving lives and protecting us from extremely dangerous threats. Intelligence is the best defense against terrorism, nuclear weapons, cyber attacks and financial crimes.
A planned trip by President Donald Trump to the Broadway East neighborhood in East Baltimore was canceled this week. While a discussion of "opportunity zones" for investment, like Broadway East, will take place at the White House instead, residents say Trump missed an opportunity to see the need.
What was once planned as a Baltimore event for President Donald Trump to discuss urban revitalization has turned into a White House meeting with just two confirmed Marylanders — neither of them elected officials. Mayor Catherine Pugh, U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings and Gov. Larry Hogan don't plan to go.
Let’s put aside all the heated rhetoric and personality-oriented-Trump-v-Acosta framing and ask more fundamental questions, such as: With all the disinformation and lies coming from that podium in the White House press room, what are we getting from these sessions anyway?
The White House has lacked Maryland representation since former Gov. Spiro Agnew’s vice presidential tenure came to an end in 1973 during President Richard Nixon’s second term. In 2020, that could change.
The ruling is a big victory for CNN and the press against Trump, who has been lashing out more than ever since the midterm elections. But larger issues in the war that Trump has declared on media remain.
CNN is suing President Donald Trump and top aides on the White House communications team in an effort to get correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials immediately restored, the network announced this morning.
Even by the contentious standards of President Trump’s generally troubled relationship with press, what happened Wednesday at the White House between him and reporters from CNN, NBC, PBS and American Urban Radio Networks is truly shocking. His response to CNN's Jim Acosta is beyond the pale.
After a brief call for more civility in response to the flurry of bombs sent to past and current Democratic leaders, President Trump still clings to his campaign against the press as "the enemy of the people."
Attorney General Brian Frosh has emerged as the Maryland Democratic party’s chief opponent to President Donald Trump. But to Republican challenger Craig Wolf, Frosh’s focus on Washington has let down Maryland residents. Frosh says when he's protecting Marylanders, "it's right to jump in."
With regard to Mr. Lambros’ assertion that those opposed to Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation cannot handle the truth – has he not noticed that President Trump seems to have very little appreciation for the truth?
Why in a democracy do we have to rely on a “deep throat” figure to tell us the truth about what is going on in the White House when we have a Congress, an institution constitutionally charged with the responsibility to check the decisions of president?