Trump is scheduled to visit Charlotte today to make an announcement about retirement. His visit is expected to stretch from early to late afternoon amd will likely affect both road and air traffic. Once in Charlotte is set to sign an executive order, “Strengthening Retirement Security in America,” to make it easier for […]
Many people (men, women and children) have been killed the latest suspected chemical attack in Syria. At least 48 people died over the weekend in the rebel-held town of Douma; most observers believe those killed were victims of a poison gas attack. Images of women and children gasping and convulsing spread around the globe quickly. The […]
Pres. Trump strikes badly again. While honoring World War II’s Navajo code talkers, Trump made a “Pocahontas” crack toward a sitting US senator. And all this happened in front of a portrait of Andrew Jackson, the former President who signed the legislation that led to the Trail of Tears. Although the White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders […]
In a letter written to President Donald Trump and congressional leaders North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper expressed how shocked and disappointed he was by the lack of federal Hurricane Matthew aid for the state of North Carolina. Cooper said he has learned that North Carolina will receive just $6.1 million, less than 1% of the […]
Judge David J. Hale rejected President Trump’s defense against a lawsuit that claims he provoked violence at one of his rallies.
A leaked audio file captures President Donald Trump inviting members of his Bedminster golf club to join his presidential transition meetings.
What’s happening in state capitols, city halls, and school boards have more of a direct effect on our daily lives than Washington politics.