HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — President Donald Trump on Saturday marked his 100th day in office by claiming historic action on his agenda, renewing promises on health care and taxes and attacking the news media that he says is misleading Americans. Declaring his "only allegiance is to you, our wonderful citizens," Trump signed executive orders toughening ...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — For Donald Trump, self-proclaimed master negotiator, making deals with Congress was supposed to be easy. "This Congress is going to be the busiest Congress we've had in decades, maybe ever," Trump predicted shortly after taking office. Not so far. With Republicans in charge of the House, the Senate and the White House ...]
President Trump marked his 100th day in office Saturday with an exclusive interview with host of CBS News' "Face the Nation" John Dickerson. The president weighed in on his most vexing foreign policy challenge: North Korea. The president also traveled to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for a rally with supporters. Here's Chip Reid.
WASHINGTON (AP) — From cancer to addiction, doctors and patient groups are warning that the latest Republican health care bill would gut hard-won protections for people with pre-existing medical conditions. Some GOP moderates who may seal the legislation's fate are echoing those concerns. In a strongly worded statement this week, the American Medical Association said ...]
President Trump's plan to build a border wall was put on hold this week after he backed off a demand for funding from Congress. But the border wall debate rages on in Arizona, where one Native American tribe is fighting to keep the wall off their land. Carter Evans reports.
In February, federal immigration agents arrested more than 680 people believed to be in the country illegally. A statement by the Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said, "approximately 75 percent" of those arrested were "convicted of crimes." But according to new data obtained by the Washington Post, that might not be the case. Paula Reid reports.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Prominent Washington journalists, if not Hollywood stars, celebrated the First Amendment during the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner, an event that lacked the glitter of past years because of the absence of the president of the United States. With President Donald Trump sending his regrets, the attention was no longer focused on ...]
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — President Donald Trump on Saturday marked his 100th day in office by saying he had brought "profound change" to Washington and reaffirming that "my only allegiance" is to those he governs. On a threshold that Trump has both derided and tried to define, the president also said he is putting Americans ...]
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — President Donald Trump said in a television interview to be aired Sunday that he believes China's president has been putting pressure on North Korea as it pursues its missile and nuclear weapons programs. In an interview with CBS' "Face the Nation," Trump said he won't be happy if North Korea ...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington's once-glitzy "nerd prom" was briefly upstaged Saturday as comedians and Hollywood stars gathered for jokes and jests about President Donald Trump for a tongue-in-cheek event to counter the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner. Late-night TV star Samantha Bee pulled in celebrities for the first "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner": Alysia ...]
SEATTLE (AP) — Thousands of people across the U.S. marched in rain, snow and sweltering heat Saturday to demand action on climate change — mass protests that coincided with President Donald Trump's 100th day in office and took aim at his agenda for rolling back environmental protections. At the marquee event, the Peoples Climate March ...]
The new vetting measures, begun in the waning months of the Obama administration, have taken so long that by November, the legal status of up to 1,500 people who enlisted in active duty or the Reserve had expired while they waited for clearance.
The first 100 days is when a president is expected to be most productive, but that amount of time represents less than seven percent of a president's four-year term. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" takes a look at why we use a seemingly arbitrary time frame to take stock of a presidency and who set the standard in the first place.