Either the president doesn’t understand the proposal — or isn’t telling the truth about it. President Trump gave a lengthy interview Sunday morning to CBS’ John Dickerson about the Republicans’ health care plan. His responses to basic questions — like what provisions the bill includes or how it would change the health insurance system — suggest he either doesn’t understand how the American Health Care Act works, or doesn’t want to tell the truth about…"An interview suggests Trump doesn’t know what’s in his health bill"
President Trump’s rally in Pennsylvania Saturday night was a classic Trump campaign stop. He attacked the media, snarled about the Washington swamp, stoked fears about illegal immigrants, and promised a future in which “dying factories will come roaring back to life.” It also featured a special twist to mark Trump’s first 100 days in office: an alternative telling of his presidency so far, in which all of his policy plans are well on track. “What…"What Trump didn’t tell his supporters about his first 100 days"
The series’ attempts to filter the messiness of life through a comedic setup usually pay off. What happened this time? Every Sunday, we pick a new episode of the week. It could be good. It could be bad. It will always be interesting. You can read the archives here. The episode of the week for April 23 through 29 is “A Cricket and a Hedge Made of Gold,” the 20th episode of the fourth season…"The CBS sitcom Mom tackles rape in an episode that stays a little too pat"
Who needs beautiful spring weather when there’s so much great stuff to watch? In most parts of the country, May is when spring really unfurls her full beauty, beckoning us to emerge from our homes and step into the fragrant sunlight. Don’t be fooled. There are far too many great movies and TV series premiering on streaming this month to waste time enjoying the out-of-doors. There are recent Oscar-winners, intriguing original films, new seasons of…"27 of May 2017’s best streaming debuts on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO, and more"
Starz’s new adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel dives into a gorgeous world with no mercy for newcomers. Starz’s American Gods erupts onscreen in gushes of blood and sex and storms that crack the sky wide open. It spans centuries, with the camera panning across deserts and rooftops, gaudy casino floors and sprawling constellations. Its characters — deities or otherwise — wink and beguile, snark and swallow people whole. The result is a treat to watch.…"American Gods is one of the most beautiful, confusing shows on TV"
The Daily Show correspondent lights into everyone from Ivanka Trump to USA Today “This has been one of the strangest events I’ve ever done in my life,” Daily Show correspondent Hasan Minhaj said late in his set at Saturday’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner, before going on to say he felt like a tribute in the Hunger Games, waiting to see “if Steve Bannon is going to eat me.” It was part of a good, but…"Watch: Hasan Minhaj’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner set mocks Trump and the media"
Featuring Will Ferrell as George W. Bush, an alternate reality where Hillary won, and more. After months of being slammed by President Donald Trump himself for dealing in “fake news” and being a literal enemy of the American people, the media was honored on Saturday at Samantha Bee’s “Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner” — a love letter of sorts to America’s beleaguered journalists. Or to most of them, anyway. Bee, the acerbic host of…"Samantha Bee’s “Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner”: the best and worst moments"
Marchers were explicitly anti-Trump and brought social justice and environmental messages to Washington. Early this afternoon on the National Mall, as the temperature approached 90 degrees, thousands began marching from the Capitol to the White House. The crowd — thousands of activists from around the country — were headed to surround the White House and sit down for 100 seconds in protest of Donald Trump’s first 100 days of office. Along the way, they passed…"10 of the best signs from the People’s Climate March"
Their views were more nuanced than our poll showed. At first glance, Trump voters and Clinton voters appear sharply divided on how they view Trump’s handling of the presidency so far. Ninety-five percent of the people who voted for Donald Trump approve of his performance, according to a Vox-SurveyMonkey poll of more than 1,000 Americans conducted in early April. Among Clinton voters, it couldn’t be more different — 93 percent disapprove of his performance. But…"What Trump and Clinton voters really think about Trump"
3 battlefronts in Trump’s effort to make American food unhealthy again Trump brags about eating fast food. Michelle Obama planted a vegetable garden at the White House. Now it seems the President is quietly trying to overtake the former First Lady’s vision for the future of food in America. Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania – departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia! pic.twitter.com/jQTQYBFpdb — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 2, 2016…"Donald Trump is taking on Michelle Obama’s healthy food legacy"