The White House is hoping that Congress will approve of a $54 billion boost to Pentagon coffers.
You will never believe how Donald Trump reacted to the Orlando nightclub shooting.
If Trump succeeds in ramping up military spending and gutting everything else, we’ll be left with a bunch of nukes and an underfunded state – and no one but China to keep us afloat.
With this choice, Trump's made it clear that his campaign was a lie.
In just a few days, the new president has upended the rules of democracy with a clumsy, heavy-handedness worse than we imagined.
A Media Matters review of weekday evening news coverage reveals the evening programs largely ignored the problem of escalating prescription drug prices.
Prices will, of course, rise someday. But on a planet heading for a green energy revolution, there’s no assurance that they will ever reach the $100-plus levels that were once taken for granted.
The administration’s lawyer thinks there might be legal ramifications if the U.S. stays in the Paris Climate Agreement but doesn’t cut emissions. No one who worked on the deal agrees.
“Today, the Secretary of Education ... refused to affirm that she would put forward a program that would ban discrimination based on the LGBTQ status of students or ban discrimination based on religion.”
Perhaps it is time for someone in the media to investigate its conduct.