Intel CEO is third to exit Trump’s manufacturing council after Charlottesville

Brian Krzanich, the CEO of Intel, is leaving President Trump’s manufacturing council, becoming the third high-profile executive to leave the body in an apparent protest over the administration’s response to the deadly Charlottesville violence.

Trump ‘entirely correct’ to blame both sides for Charlottesville violence, White House says

The White House is pushing President Trump’s remarks at Trump Tower on Tuesday as “entirely correct” in a talking points memo that has been circulating to allies of the Trump administration.

{FD} ‘Guccifer’ calls Fox from Romania, says he shouldn’t be sent back to U.S.

EXCLUSIVE - Guccifer, the Romanian hacker who first revealed to the world that Hillary Clinton used a non-secure private email address while serving as secretary of state, has reached out to Fox News from behind prison bars in Arad, Romania to argue that he shouldn’t be sent back to the U.S. to serve another jail sentence.

{FD} Haley: North Korea needs to brace for combined pressure from US and the world

Less than a day after North Korea threatened that the United States will pay dearly “thousands of times” for pushing through new sanctions to cripple its economy, Nikki Haley – the U.S Ambassador to the United Nations – has reaffirmed that America has the iron-clad upper hand when it comes to leveraging the hermit country.

{FD} Manchester bombing: NY Times defends coverage as Trump calls leaks ‘deeply troubling’

The New York Times defended its publication of the crime scene photos from the Manchester bombing site on Thursday, as President Donald Trump condemning the diplomatically damaging leaks and calling the Justice Department for a complete investigation.

{FD} Congressional leaders call Assad war criminal, say he must go

Congressional leaders from the Republican and Democratic parties condemned the suspected chemical attack on the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun, and demanded that the Trump administration and the United Nations respond forcefully to actions believed ordered by Bashar al-Assad.

{FD} Conservative students at Lutheran college say they fear for personal safety

It’s no surprise that secular U.S. college student bodies are becoming more progressive and intolerant of conservatives, but the same trend has emerged in some of the nation’s religiously affiliated schools.