When President Trump signed his executive order making several high-profile changes to the treatment of refugees, it launched our country into an important debate about our national security and national character. Throughout my 26-year Navy career and especially as commander of the USS Cole, I saw the stakes of this debate up close. Now that the executive order is on hold, our country would be well-served by reflecting on the principles that guide our effort to protect both our citizens and individuals who need and deserve refuge in our country.
The first war that President Trump has declared is a war against the news media.
After President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress vowed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, millions of Americans have been left wondering about the future of their health care. We asked readers to tell us how they would be affected if the law were repealed. These are some of their stories, condensed and edited for clarity.
President Trump's ban on refugees from mostly Muslim nations could be used as propaganda by the Islamic State to recruit more violence-prone members, experts said Sunday.
President Trump presented such a graceless and disturbingly ahistoric vision of America on Friday that his Inaugural Address cast more doubt than hope on his presidency.
Renaissance, or Armageddon? It depends on whether you love or loathe Donald J. Trump, our against-all-odds, precedent-shattering 45th U.S. president.
Tax cuts, deregulation and more federal spending advocated by the incoming Trump administration are a classic remedy for economic stagnation and long unemployment lines.
Riveting as President-elect Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice-style cabinet selection process may be, we should not forget that President Barack Obama still has more than two weeks left in office.
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