Kellyanne Conway ‘Didn’t See The Point’ to Women’s March on Washington
Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway said she "didn't see the point" to the Women's March on Washington on Saturday. "I frankly didn't see the point. I mean you have a day after [ President Trump ] is uplifting and unifying, and you have folks here being on a diatribe where I think they
The Note: Inauguration Eve
INAUGURATION COUNTDOWN: 1 Day NOTABLES --INAUGURATION FESTIVITIES TO OFFICIALLY KICK OFF IN DC: Inauguration festivities are set to kick off on Thursday, with President-elect Donald Trump participating in a number of ceremonial activities in and around Washington, D.C. The soon-to-be
The Latest: Trump Has Late Dinner at His DC Hotel
President-elect Donald Trump is making a surprise visit to his Washington hotel two days before his inauguration
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange Retreats From Extradition Pledge
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has retreated from his pledge to accept extradition to the U.S. if Chelsea Manning got clemency, arguing via his lawyers that what he was really asking for was an immediate pardon for the ex-Army analyst
President Barack Obama Holds His Last Press Conference
Obama answered questions about his controversial decision to commute the sentence of Chelsea Manning.
The Latest: Obama Chats With Leaders of India, Afghanistan
The White House says President Barack Obama has placed a pair of farewell telephone calls to the leaders of Afghanistan and India
Why Chelsea Manning's Commutation Likely Won't Mean Leniency for Edward Snowden
President Obama's commutation of Chelsea Manning ’s prison sentence Tuesday indirectly called attention to the legal status of former National Security contractor Edward Snowden , who leaked a collection of classified information in 2013. Since then, Snowden has been living in Russia where he was
President Obama's Final News Conference
In his final White House press conference, President Obama answered a range of questions from Chelsea Manning to his advice for Donald Trump.
Obama Says 'Justice Has Been Served' in Chelsea Manning Case
President Barack Obama defended commuting the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning during his final news conference of his administration. The commutation of Manning was announced Tuesday prompting questions about what will happen to other people who leak government information. "I feel very
Obama Commutes Chelsea Manning's Sentence
The transgender Army private was convicted of leaking military documents to WikiLeaks.