The director of D.C. Homeland Security says the discovery of suspicious packages targeting high-profile Democrats shows the importance of the “see something, say something” motto.
Suspicious packages were sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and CNN’s New York offices, as law enforcement officials monitored other locations.
Trump signed legislation Wednesday to deal with the opioid epidemic, a bipartisan breakthrough on a crisis claiming thousands of lives annually.
A federal court blocked Georgia from throwing out absentee ballots and applications because of signature mismatches 13 days before midterm elections.
Today’s quote: President Donald Trump, after suspicious packages, including bombs, were sent to Democratic leaders and CNN — all of whom Trump has criticized.
President Donald Trump says nation must unify to send message that political threats against CNN, Obama, Clinton have “no place” in US.
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Trump understands the core of American exceptionalism.