United Airlines has grounded all domestic flights due to a computer outage, the FAA says. The ground stop was issued Sunday night after the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System, or ACARS, began experiencing issues with low bandwidth, according to NBC News.
WASHINGTON — President Trump had to issue his first words of condolences as America’s new commander-in-chief Sunday over the severe storms and tornadoes that ravaged the Southeast. At the beginning of a staff swearing-in ceremony, Trump took time to acknowledge the “vicious” tornadoes in Georgia and noted that Florida and Alabama were also affected.
The Trump administration disputed crowd numbers at the swearing-in ceremony despite photos released by the National Park Service that showed a significant difference in the audience from President Barack Obama’s first inauguration in 2009.
President Donald Trump told incoming White House staffers on Sunday that we must “devote ourselves to the national good.” “This is not about ideology. It’s about our country,” he told the gathering of senior White House staffers during a swearing-in ceremony in the East Room.
Pope Francis evoked Adolf Hitler when talking about the wave of populist leaders like Donald Trump taking over countries across Europe and the U.S. “In times of crisis, we lack judgment, and that is a constant reference for me.
WASHINGTON — President Trump won’t be releasing any of his tax records now that he’s in the Oval Office. “The White House response is that he’s not going to release his tax returns,” Kellyanne Conway, a top White House adviser, said on ABC’s “This Week.” “We litigated this all through the election.
Two images bookend the most remarkable political contest of modern times. In the first, Donald Trump rides an escalator down to the lobby of Trump Tower to announce his fanciful campaign for president.
Members of the New York State Assembly had a good laugh on April 18, 1882, when their youngest member showed up dressed like Prince’s great-grandfather. “He looked like the parody of a Victorian dandy: hair curled and parted in the middle, muttonchop sideburns, a thin mustache, and a monocle in one eye . . .
If any celebrity is a profile in political courage these days, it sure isn’t Lena Dunham, Alec Baldwin or Lady Gaga. It’s Nicole Kidman. Kidman, who allows that she isn’t particularly politics-minded (how refreshing), said matter-of-factly, “[Trump is] now elected and we, as a country, need to support whoever is the president,” in a BBC...
WASHINGTON – President Trump offered special White House praise to FBI Director James Comey, the man Hillary Clinton blames for her presidential defeat. In a Blue Room ceremony to honor first responders, Trump offered thanks to the crowd for their work and security.
President Trump is keeping the media in the dark once again — but this time its a tradition. Trump told a gathering of White House senior staffers on Sunday that he found the letter former President Barack Obama left for him in the Oval Office — a tradition among presidents on their final day in...
WASHINGTON – British Prime Minister Theresa May will be the first foreign head of state to visit President Trump’s White House. May will arrive at the Oval Office Friday his week to discuss post-Brexit trade agreements.
Hackers infiltrated a New York Times’ Twitter feed Sunday to claim that Russia was about to attack the United States. “BREAKING: leaked statement from Vladimir Putin says: Russia will attack the United States with Missiles,” the fake news account said.
Officials in the nation’s capital are throwing the book at anti-Trump protesters — threatening the people who were arrested with massive fines and up to 10 years in jail. The U.S.
The first time Donald J. Trump stepped onstage in Pennsylvania in April 2016 at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, it was clear something very different was going on in this state, with this candidate.
President Trump continued his role as commander-in-tweet Sunday morning — firing off a series of messages boasting about his inaugural T.V. ratings, questioning protesters and bashing celebrities. “Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election!
In the context of Donald Trump’s globe-girdling career, his repair job 30 years ago on an old ice skating rink might seem to merit a mere footnote. But Trump’s reopening of Central Park’s Wollman Rink in 1986 was a defining moment for him — and for many New Yorkers, a hell of a first impression....
President Donald Trump will meet with his first foreign leader as president on Friday: British Prime Minister Theresa May. Press Secretary Sean Spicer says Trump has also scheduled a meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto later this month.
Edward Snowden has been embraced as a hero and a whistleblower. He’s been the subject of adoring front-page profiles, an Oscar-award winning documentary, a big-budget Hollywood movie and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer blamed the unruly crowd for his rude welcome at President Trump’s inauguration Friday. Schumer said he was trying to make a unifying speech at the inauguration when the crowd on the National Mall broke out with boos and chants of “We want Trump!” “The fact that people didn’t like it...
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton pleaded with people on Facebook to lay off Barron Trump — while simultaneously using him as a political prop to call out President Trump’s policies.
NEW YORK — She tried drugs. She tried arguing. She tried writing a book. After a quarter century, the daughter of the longest-held American hostage during Lebanon’s civil war says she’s found her father’s love.
After three years as US ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy is coming home to New York and has big plans: a political run and penning a memoir, Kennedy insiders tell The Post.
Entertainment mogul David Geffen lobbied the Obama administration to commute Army leaker Chelsea Manning’s sentence, The Post has learned. “He tried to collect on all the support he has given Obama,” said a Hollywood insider.
Alec Baldwin is already breaking his promises to the American people less than 24 hours after Donald Trump became president. The 58-year-old funnyman, who has been portraying the president on “Saturday Night Live” since the debates, was noticeably absent from the sketch comedy’s first show since the inauguration.
On the morning of May 31, 2014, three 12-year-old girls awoke to a breakfast of strawberries and donuts. It was a Saturday in the sleepy town of Waukesha, Wis. The night before had been a slumber party at Morgan Geyser’s house to celebrate her 12th birthday.
The Tweeter in Chief is doing double duty on his favorite social-media platform. President Trump sent messages from both his personal account early Saturday and the official @POTUS one, praising reviews of his speech — and possibly breaking the law by twice deleting a tweet.
In a country that let presidential near-assassin John Hinckley walk free, it was absurd that hotel genius Ian Schrager was, until now, denied the right to vote because of a 37-year-old tax conviction.
President Trump’s son-in-law has been cleared to work in the White House as a senior adviser. His hiring of Jared Kushner would not violate a federal anti-nepotism law because a loophole grants the president the authority to hire employees who are family members, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Daniel Koffsky wrote Friday.