Ryan Teague Beckwith

For the Trump White House, a man’s denial carries a lot of weight
President Donald Trump said Democrats who did not clap during his first State of the Union address were “treasonous"
A year-long poll revealed that Americans most dislike President Donald Trump’s tweets targeting reality TV hosts, Republican politicians, celebrities and the news media, while they most like tweets celebrating veterans, first responders and John McCain
Senate Democrats joined Republicans to end a government shutdown Monday, with a promise to move on immigration bills including support for undocumented people brought to the U.S. as children
President Trump described Haiti, El Salvador and parts of Africa as “s--thole countries” in a meeting with lawmakers in the White House Thursday, the Washington Post reported
Oprah Winfrey has more in common with Donald Trump than you might think. In several key ways, she even beats him at his own game
Michael Flynn hit Hillary Clinton hard over her private email server last year at the Republican National Convention
In his ads, Ed Gillespie hit all the same notes as Donald Trump -- but unlike Trump, he lost
The facts are a lot more complicated than President Donald Trump’s recent tweets suggest
Tennessee Republican Sen. Bob Corker harshly criticized President Donald Trump anew on Tuesday, calling him an “utterly untruthful president” and saying he would not support his reelection
Trump's comment comes as roughly 3 million Puerto Ricans, or more than 80% of the island’s residents, don’t have power
Speaking at a rally in Indianapolis on Wednesday, Trump rolled out a nine-page tax plan that remains a work in progress. But some of the details included in the plan right now would likely help the president’s bottom line
After announcing his decision, Jimmy Kimmel — who has repeatedly spoken out against the bill on his late night show — effusively thanked McCain for declining to support the proposal
Access to women's health care will take a huge hit if the repeal bill passes
President Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea in his first speech to the United Nations, but said that the international body could still prevent war
Hillary Clinton wants you to read her memoir... and a bunch more.
The Senate will push off a vote on its health care bill until after the July 4 recess
President Trump has long defined himself through photographs. But now that he’s in the White House, he’s learning that they can define him too
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes is under fire over his handling of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election
FBI Director James Comey said the investigation “will also include an assessment of whether any crimes were committed"