The Heritage Foundation News
White House readies 1st Trump budget, which could take aim at popular programs
The White House is preparing its first budget, with an eye on conservative budget outlines authored by the Republican Study Committee and Heritage Foundation, according to sources familiar with the process.
The Note: CPAC kicks off
Trump’s first 100 days with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 35 The big story: Just less than a year ago, Donald Trump decided to skip CPAC – a decision the organization said he would come to regret, since it “sends a clear message to conservatives.” The Trump campaign said he would
White House readies first Trump budget that could take aim at popular programs
The White House is preparing its first budget with an eye on conservative budget outlines authored by the Republican Study Committee and Heritage Foundation, according to sources familiar with the process. Both the RSC and Heritage Foundation's most recent blueprints aim to balance the budget in
Trump administration working on trans bathroom guidelines
The Trump administration is working on a new set of directives on the use of school bathrooms by transgender students
Parents of transgender students appeal to Trump on bathrooms
Hundreds of parents across the country have called on President Donald Trump to embrace Obama-era protections for transgender students that call for letting them use school bathrooms in accordance with their gender identity
Flynn exit creates vacuum that Trump's pragmatists may fill
The dramatic departure of President Donald Trump's hard-hitting national security adviser creates a vacuum of power and raises a key question about U.S. foreign policy: Will the pragmatists in the administration now gain clout
What's Next for Obamacare After Tom Price's Confirmation?
President Donald Trump ’s newly minted Secretary of Health and Human Services, Rep. Tom Price, R-Georgia, will have his work cut out for him as he now focuses on shepherding Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. While Trump acted quickly after his inauguration to sign an
How Trump's Criticism of Judiciary Could Complicate Supreme Court Confirmation
President Trump's comments about the federal judge who blocked his immigration executive order have raised concerns among members of Congress and could complicate the pending confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Trump referred to U.S. District Judge James L. Robart over the weekend in
Trump's Travel Ban Triggers Global Outrage
The Heritage Foundation's Peter Brookes and Amnesty International's Naureen Shah provide insight into the executive order.