{FD} June 2017 Zinke charter flight ‘could have been avoided,’ watchdog says

A $12,000 charter flight by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was reviewed and approved by department ethics officials without complete information, because staffers who helped schedule the trip did not provide sufficient details, an internal watchdog said Monday.

{FD} Judge won’t let Trump attorney Cohen review seized files before the feds, as Stormy Daniels speaks out

A federal judge on Monday denied a request from President Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen to review the documents seized from the lawyer's home and office last week before prosecutors see them, dealing a setback to Trump's legal team.

{FD} Comey calls Trump ‘morally unfit to be president,’ says he wouldn’t have changed handling of Clinton probe

In his first TV interview since being fired by President Trump, former FBI Director James Comey came out swinging, describing Trump as “morally unfit to be president,” and an ego-driven serial liar who treats women like “meat.”

{FD} White House reacts to Macron’s claim France ‘convinced’ Trump to keep US troops in Syria

Almost one year into his term, French President Emmanuel Macron will discuss the airstrikes in Syria and defend an economic reform agenda that has prompted widespread worker strikes.

{FD} US to hit Russia with new sanctions after Syria airstrike, Haley says

The Trump administration will levy new economic sanctions against Russia over its support of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Sunday.

{FD} The US attack on Syria is completely legal and utterly moral. Here’s what Trump’s critics need to know

President Trump’s action to attack Syria was exceptionally well-grounded legally. Self-evident moral authority supports using any reasonable means to protect innocents from the moral outrage of chemical weapons.

{FD} Why targeting Syria’s chemical weapons is not enough to stop rising civilian death toll

By firing 105 missiles at Syrian chemical weapons targets before dawn Saturday, the U.S., Britain and France sent a clear message to dictator Bashar Assad: they will not tolerate his regime’s use of toxic gas and other weapons of mass destruction against his own citizens.

{FD} Trump strikes Syria, media fire back, and other examples of their war against the president

Following the missile attack by U.S., French and British forces on Syrian chemical weapons targets that President Trump announced Friday, the anti-Trump media immediately fired back at the president, wondering if he ordered the strike to divert attention from news coverage of his troubles at home.

{FD} US strikes Syria after suspected chemical attack by Assad regime

President Trump on Friday announced that he has approved military strikes in Syria against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad after an alleged chemical attack in the country.

{FD} US warships, B-1 bombers strike against Assad after suspected chemical attack

President Trump on Friday announced that he has approved military strikes in Syria against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad after an alleged chemical attack in the country.