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Did Trump’s Tax Break Save a Sawmill?
Among the guests President Trump invited to the State of the Union on Tuesday was Roy James, the plant manager of a sawmill in Vicksburg, Miss., whose appearance was intended to highlight a tax provision that the White House credits with saving Mr. James’s job.
Trump could cost the US the World Bank presidency for the first time
Donald Trump is preparing to select David Malpass, a Treasury official, as the US nominee to lead the World Bank, a move predicted to hasten the end to a 72-year-old tradition of US leadership at the global development finance agency.
Monica brings the heat — and a one-on-one with Ben Carson
HUD Secretary Ben Carson announced with Mayor Bill De Blasio that an independent monitor will be appointed by HUD to oversee NYC public housing. “I expect individuals like yourself to keep a spotlight on what is going on," Secretary Carson said. "It’s the best tools to make sure things are being don
Deep Background: Armstrong Williams turns 57, Pence in for 2020, Dems set 'Designated Driver Caucus'
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson joined Fox’s Juan Williams and others to celebrate TV’s Armstrong Williams’ 57th birthday at Capitol Hill’s Monocle Restaurant just hours before the State of the Union.
President Trump Speaks At 2019 National Prayer Breakfast
President Trump delivers remarks at the annual National Prayer Breakfast. "All children, born and unborn, are made in the holy image of God," Trump said to cheers and applause.
Former White House Staffer Cliff Sims on His New Book ‘Team of Vipers’ and Faith Inside the White House
Cliff Sims has been on a whirlwind tour. His book, Team of Vipers, has led him to interviews on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, CNN, and much more. (That’s him next to the president on the book cover.) I watched several of these interviews, and I was particularly interested in his own faith (whi
Ben Carson answers NYCHA questions after major announcement
NEW YORK — Will residents of the New York Housing Authority have their voices heard under a new agreement signed by U.S. Housing Secretary Ben Carson and Mayor Bill de Blasio?
Ben Carson, NYC Officials Announce Agreement For ‘Fundamental Reform’ At NYCHA
NEW YORK — Ben Carson, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”), and Andrew Wheeler, Acting Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”), announced today the signing of an administrative agreement (“Agreement”) with the Housing Authority and the
Roy James: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Roy James is the plant manager at a lumber mill in Vicksburg, Mississippi. He will be among the 13 guests of President Trump’s at the State of the Union Address on February 5. The White House released President Trump’s guest list ahead of the State of the Union address, writing, in a press release,
HUD Secretary Ben Carson cancels Charleston County Republican appearance
Housing Secretary Dr. Ben Carson has cancelled his appearance as the keynote speaker at the Charleston County Republican Party's second annual black history recognition event next week.
NYCHA to get federal monitor: Ben Carson, Mayor de Blasio
Housing Secretary Ben Carson announced Thursday a federal monitor will supervise reforms meant to better living conditions at the New York City Housing Authority. The monitor is expected to be hired in the coming weeks, Carson and Mayor Bill de Blasio said at a news conference. The mayor said he wil
Late train delays Ben Carson’s announcement on NYCHA deal
The midday press conference where HUD Secretary Ben Carson is expected to announce a deal to overhaul the city’s embattled Housing Authority has been delayed — by a late train.
Kamala Harris’s memoir released before campaign announcement has a method to its madness
Senator and presidential candidate Kamala Harris has had her memoir, “The Truths We Hold: An American Journey,” remain at No. 5 on The New York Times Best Sellers List for three weeks straight.
Carson takes shots at NYCHA, calls for more private money to fund broken system
U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson took shots at NYCHA on Sunday, four days after he inked a controversial deal that came with no new federal funding for the nation’s largest public housing system.
Proud Boys Founder Gavin McInnes Is Suing Over a Hate Group Designation
Gavin McInnes, the right-wing founder of the violent Proud Boys gang, is suing the Southern Poverty Law Center over its decision to include the Proud Boys on its list of hate groups.
Hicks column: Locals help ensure GOP Black History Month banquet becomes tradition
Some Charleston Republicans feared their Black History Month Celebration was doomed when Ben Carson dropped out. The U.S. Housing and Urban Development secretary, who was to be the keynote speaker at this Friday’s banquet, sent his regrets last week — scheduling problems, he said.
NYCHA Residents on Possible Federal Takeover: Ask Us How to Fix Our Buildings, Not Ben Carson
The mayor’s office faces a January 31 deadline to resolve two federal disputes over NYCHA housing. Now that the government shutdown is on hold, a reckoning once again seems imminent between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben […]
'Stop Being Driven By Envy': Ben Carson Says Dems Pushing Socialism 'Need to Look at History'
Housing & Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson joined David Webb on "Reality Check" on Fox Nation to discuss the issues with some on the left suddenly pushing a socialist agenda.
The $2 billion Cabinet: This is how much the 10 wealthiest members of Trump's Cabinet are worth
President Donald Trump's Cabinet is regarded to be the wealthiest among previous administrations. When Trump raised eyebrows by announcing the select group of executives, bankers, and media-made millionaires, he defended his choices as deliberately searching for successful people, likening the futur
A Dem debate on, and in, Puerto Rico: An idea for candidates courting votes
Friends who traveled to see Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” at the Centro de Bellas Artes in San Juan tell me that the performance was an artistic triumph, and also helpful as a way to get tourist dollars to Puerto Rican businesses that are still recovering from the devastation of 2017’s Hurricane M