Oct 11, 2017
Two newly revealed political fundraising appearances by the Interior secretary add to questions about Trump Cabinet members' taxpayer-funded trips.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/4AR22gw
Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is the latest member of President Donald Trump’s cabinet to come under scrutiny for flying chartered and military aircraft at tax payers’ expense. According to Interior Department spokeswoman Heather Swift, Zinke has chartered three flights since...
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta and Energy Secretary Rick Perry attended the National Mining Association's fall board of directors meeting at the hotel owned by the president.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was tasked last month by President Trump to review 27 national monuments across the country designated since 1996 that total 100,000 acres or more.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. Add them to the list of Trump advisers who have taken big steps back from the president recently.
The interior secretary’s recommendations would radically alter what activities are permitted within the sites.
Comedienne and actress Roseanne Barr appeared on Thursday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" where she defended her support of President Donald Trump. Barr appeared on the show alongside co-star John Goodman ahead of the "Roseanne" reboot, which is set to premiere on Tuesday on ABC. What did she tell...
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar speaks to The Daily Signal’s Rob Bluey about the Trump administration’s response to the opioid crisis.
China started the trade war long before Donald Trump became president, and while his China crackdown is risky, it’s on firmer legal, political and economic ground than many of his other trade complaints.
Opinion: Health reform’s intense politics continue to defy all expectations.
Democrats and Republicans have both shifted their strategies.
“We just don’t want our kids tracked from cradle to grave."
Did any rep from your state vote against the procedural rule that allowed this mess to proceed?