The latest launch in mid-April, though assessed as a failure, came hours after North Korea rolled out intercontinental ballistic missiles and other military hardware at a big parade to celebrate the birthday of the country's late founder, Kim Il Sung.
Experts are already taking issue with President Donald J. Trump's newly-released tax plan: “There was no thoughtfulness to this. It’s just cutting tax rates and wishful thinking about economic growth."
President Donald J. Trump may have called the 100-day point of his presidency a “ridiculous marker,” but on the ground this past week the White House has been engaged in an all-hands-on-deck, all-out sprint hoping to put last-minute wins on the board.
Nearly half of Americans think there’s a “deep state” in this country, new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds.
Whether or not it matters much is another question. Among those who see a deep state, 58 percent say it’s a major problem for the country –- but that nets out to just 28 percent who both say there’s a deep state and call it a big issue.
Asked whether Flynn would still have his job if he hadn't been fired by Pres. Donald J. Trump in February, Spicer says, "I think the president made the right decision at the right time and he continues to stand by it."
Hardly anything that’s happened in these first 100 days of the Trump presidency has ever happened before. So it shouldn’t be surprising that the first lady is handling her role in mold-breaking fashion as well, ABC News' Cokie Roberts writes.
The Defense Department inspector general has opened an investigation into retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, and whether he sought approval from Pentagon officials before receiving payments from foreign governments.