Trump upends NATO summit by chastising US allies and calling for more defense spending

President Donald Trump’s behavior led to a tense and awkward summit between leaders of NATO member countries.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump castigates US allies at NATO summit

Trump kicked off his day at the NATO summit with a public castigation of Germany — one of the U.S.’s best allies in Europe.

A sneak peek at EuroPride 2018 — held in 2 cities for the first time ever

Stockholm, an established queer haven, and Gothenburg, a city working to shed its anti-LGBTQ reputation, will host the annual festival.
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Mic Daily: Brett Kavanaugh’s mysterious stance on ‘Roe v. Wade’ and more

'Mic Daily' brings you a cross section of our most vital stories of the day.

How Trump’s Supreme Court pick could play a pivotal role in Russia probe cases

Brett Kavanaugh has previously argued sitting presidents should be exempt from criminal investigations — something critics say would put Trump "above the law."

Today in Trump’s America: Confirmation battle begins for Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Opposition research is also beginning to trickle out as people sift through Kavanaugh’s legal decisions and documents he wrote as part of Ken Starr’s investigation into Bill Clinton.

Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court

Kavanaugh's role on Kenneth Starr's investigation of former President Bill Clinton is likely to come up during the confirmation process.

The 14th amendment turns 150 today, but its legacy in Supreme Court rulings is now uncertain

The 150-year-old amendment has been the key to securing desegregation, abortion rights, LGBTQ rights and more.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump’s Supreme Court reality show ends with final pick Monday night

Trump will give his Supreme Court nominee his final rose.

Coming up this week in politics: Supreme Court gets a nominee and Trump heads to Europe

Trump will announce a Supreme Court nominee Monday before traveling to the United Kingdom amid mass protests.

Trump team demands proof from Mueller investigation in latest attempt to sway public opinion

Giuliani's comments Sunday mark the latest attempt by the Trump team to discredit the Mueller investigation.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Cohen-watch continues as Mueller beefs up investigation

Also this week, Michael Cohen suggested he may flip, a bipartisan Senate panel confirmed Russia meddled in support of Trump and Jim Jordan faces a tidal wave of scrutiny in sexual abuse scandal.

GOP congressman and Trump ally further scrutinized in Ohio State abuse scandal

The Ohio conservative has been one of Trump's closest allies on Capitol Hill — and one of the leaders in the Republican battle against Robert Mueller.

North Korea says US position on denuclearization “regrettable” after Pompeo talks

Trump had previously said there is "no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea."

Trump predicts ‘New York Times’ and ‘Washington Post’ will be “out of business in 7 years”

Trump calls out the media for quoting anonymous sources "that, in my opinion, don't exist."
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Mic Daily: The government struggles to reunite families, Trump mocks #MeToo and more

Every day, 'Mic' brings you important stories from around the world that fuel conversation.

Trump to face massive protest, his diaper-clad likeness in upcoming UK visit

London Mayor Sadiq Khan — a frequent critic of the American president — will allow protesters to fly a massive "Trump baby" balloon next week.

Trump mocks #MeToo — unless he can use it against his political opponents

Trump joked about #MeToo during a jab at Elizabeth Warren Thursday in Montana.

Who’s Sorry This Week? President Donald Trump, Chelsea Handler and other public apologies

These celebrities and public figures apologize for their behavior and will try to do better in the future. They appreciate you respecting their privacy at this time.
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Mic Daily: EPA head Scott Pruitt resigns, former Fox News exec joins the White House and more

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Disgraced former Fox News executive Bill Shine officially joins White House communications team

Shine had been ousted from Fox News over allegations he presided over a culture of sexual harassment at the network.

Trump has reportedly asked aides about possibility of invading Venezuela

Maduro responded by warning his military to be on guard.

Senate Intelligence Committee: Russia meddled in 2016 to hurt Clinton and help Trump

The intelligence community's assessment is "well supported," the Republican-led Senate panel found.

Meet the conservative judges Trump is considering nominating to the Supreme Court

Trump says he'll name his pick to replace Anthony Kennedy next week.

Today in Trump’s America: Michael Cohen suggests he may cooperate with Mueller

Trump has been unmoored by the raid on Cohen’s home and office, and he has publicly suggested Cohen would resist the urge to cooperate.
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Susan Collins, Senate swing vote, is opposed to activist judge who wants to overturn ‘Roe v. Wade’

Collins said she will only vote for judges that "demonstrate a respect for precedent" — including on abortion.

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Trump: Abortion “could very well end up with the states at some point”

In the wide-ranging interview, Trump suggested his Supreme Court pick could overturn 'Roe v. Wade' and praised Kim Jong Un while criticizing the European Union and Democrats.

Trump claims he didn’t support immigration bill he tweeted support for three days ago

Trump called on Republicans to pass the immigration compromise bill in an all-caps tweet Wednesday.

Did Trump get anything out of Kim Jong Un in Singapore?

It's too soon to tell, but there are signs Trump spiked the ball too early following his historic meeting with the North Korean leader.