…actions and save ‘his reputation’ in the impeachment trial,” said one top Republican.
“He apparently didn’t consider, or didn’t care, how this might impact the Senate Republicans who will now be asked to ignore his actions and save ‘his reputation’ in the impeachment trial,” said one top Republican.
The White House press pool is always at the ready, even when a very long story comes to a close. Here’s the final official report on then-President Trump, filed from Palm Beach, Florida, just minutes before he officially left office.
By Shea Johnson / Las Vegas Review-Journal
Joe Biden takes the stage to be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts next his wife Jill Biden during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, as their children Ashley and Hunter watch.
…but the Department of Justice still wants the U.S.
Donald Trump may no longer be President of the United States, but the Department of Justice still wants the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a suit over his blocking Twitter users because of their political beliefs.
Amazon and Costco do not appear to be among the major U.S.
Amazon and Costco do not appear to be among the major U.S. retailers to have pulled MyPillow goods from their shelves over what MyPillow's CEO has said is his support of former President Donald Trump's calls to overturn the presidential...
Vice President Kamala Harris' rise is particularly meaningful at a moment when Americans are grappling over institutional racism and confronting a pandemic that has disproportionately devastated Black and brown communities.
…sworn in as 46th President of the United States By Debra J.
Joe Biden sworn in as 46th President of the United States
By Debra J. Saunders / Las Vegas Review-Journal
Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.
…from issuing new ones without getting the go-ahead from the new team.
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain issued a memo on Wednesday instructing executive department and agency heads to put a hold on recently-issued rules and regulations and to refrain from issuing new ones without getting the go-ahead from the new team.