President Trump’s relationship with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in particular has deteriorated in recent weeks, with the president blaming his party’s senators for failing to pass health-care legislation this summer.
Since Jan. 20, Trump’s administration has enthusiastically and systematically undone or uprooted rules, policies and tools that predated his time in office. Here’s a list of those changes, roughly organized by subject area.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s recommendation that President Trump alter at least three national monuments established by his predecessors will likely reshape federal land and water protections and is certain to trigger major legal fights.
The collision Monday between the destroyer and an oil tanker near Singapore left five Navy sailors injured and 10 missing. Of the missing, the Navy has found the remains of one sailor in the confines of the ship.
“This action will cause Web users to worry that the government will be monitoring every site they visit,” said an attorney for DreamHost Inc., who also argued that the order would include info on people beyond those involved in violent Inauguration Day rioting — the targets of the case.
Chris Hurst, left, is a political novice, but a local celebrity with a tragic backstory. His opponent is Del. Joseph R. Yost, a Republican who has represented the 12th District since 2011 and is from an old pioneer family.