Reporters for the New York Times and the Washington Post are no longer attending the daily White House briefing, ostensibly because of concerns about the coronavirus.
Debra J. Saunders is the White House correspondent for the Las Vegas Review-Journal. email@example.com … @DebraJSaunders on Twitter. 202-662-7391
Coronavirus fatality predictions have become frequent talking points – even though they presented an inflated picture. We are living in a news climate where the scarier the factoid, the more credibility it can claim.
There are two Americas — those of us who can shelter in place and and edgier America for whom isolation is an excessive hardship.
Being poor can also be hazardous to your health.
When Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said two Supreme Court justices would “pay a price” if they ruled contrary to his preference in an abortion case, he wasn’t just running at the mouth.
Washington doesn’t give Trump the benefit of the doubt, but he blows through staffers as if they’re Kleenex.
President Donald Trump has done what criminal justice reforms have championed for years, but is it more about him than about justice?
It made no sense that four federal prosecutors recommended Roger Stone, a man with no criminal history, serve the sort of time that should be reserved for violent or repeat offenders.
In 2016, then-President-elect Donald Trump humiliated Mitt Romney at a fancy dinner. In casting his impeachment vote, Romney returned the favor.
Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas was the impeachment supporters’ hero until they learned about John Bolton’s book. His version of events doesn’t really nail Donald Trump, but how did this “wild and crazy guy” get near a president?
There are no winners in this sorry saga.
Fact-checkers have closely followed President Donald Trump’s legal team, but with the Democrats arguing for the president’s removal from office? Not so much.
The president took strong decisive action in killing Iranian terrorist leader Qassem Soleimani in January, but he undercuts his credibility by associating with disreputable people.
Ivanka Trump was qualified to speak at CES 2020 – which may be why some critics didn’t want her to.
Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, who dropped out of the 2020 Democratic primary on Thursday, was one of the shriller candidates in the crowded field.