If America's billionaires care about their safety, their country and their planet, they should strive to forge a more equal society.
The move—on Day 28 of the closure—is Trump's first major overture since Jan. 8.
"I think we're in a pause situation," the South Carolina Republican says outside the White House after lunch with the president.
It is the starkest admission yet by the president's inner circle that his signature campaign pledge would not be fulfilled.
Patrick Shanahan will take over as acting secretary to cover the accelerated departure.
Reactions to a briefing by CIA Director Gina Haspel suggest the crown prince will face consequences for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
In an unexpectedly tilted 63-37 vote, it moves forward with a bill calling for an end to U.S. military aid in the Saudi-led war in Yemen.
When historical abuses are not addressed and resolved, they take new forms.
As the FBI undertakes its investigation, another acquaintance accuses the Trump nominee of being untruthful during his Senate testimony.
The issue of who will question Christine Blasey Ford during the hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee remains unresolved.