At what age can one quit re-inventing one's self?
Most of my life I've felt capable of doing the things I really wanted to do. #HowCouldIBeSoDelusional?
Paris Agreement. Nicaragua, Syria and the U.S. vs. the rest of the world. Trump has called climate change a hoax. Do we really think that 200 countries' leaders are being duped by a hoax? The only hoax is Trump.
Then again. Who knows. Maybe clean water, clean air and food are not really that important. When Trump owned casinos that issue rarely came across his desk.
President Transparency may invoke executive privilege. That didn't take long.
Trump learned that he could personally be enriched while bankrupting his companies. We elected him, so obviously we should let him continue to do what he has done well all this life. What's wrong with grabbing something along the way?
Lunch with my daughter
By PETER BAKER
No one working for President Trump who was sent out to explain his decision on the Paris accords knows or would say if he believes in climate change.
By MARK MAZZETTI, MATTHEW ROSENBERG and CHARLIE SAVAGE
The move raises the possibility that the few existing copies of the 6,700-page report could be locked in Senate vaults and never made public. #Transparency
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and ALISON SMALE
On the heels of President Trump's decision to pull out of the 195-nation Paris climate accord, other nations say they'll move on "with or without the United States."
By JON HURDLE and RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA
The former president, Graham B. Spanier, must serve at least two months in jail for failing to report Jerry Sandusky's molestation of a boy in a locker room.
By PATRICIA COHEN
By GEETA ANAND
As the United States drops out of the Paris climate pact, New Delhi is canceling coal-fired power plants and investing heavily in renewable energy sources.
By WINNIE HU and EMILY PALMER
Revenue at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point is shrinking after two years, and many nearby residents say the fees are too high for the area.
Here’s what the president said in full, with fact checks and analysis from NPR reporters, including this: Trump promised new negotiations — either to re-enter the Paris accord on better terms or to create a new deal altogether. But the leaders of France, Germany and Italy rejected that idea: “We deem the momentum generated in Paris in December 2015 irreversible.”
The line most touted by Trump and his campaign was this: “I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.” But as NPR’s Jessica Taylor noted, Trump lost the county that Pittsburgh is in. Scott Detrow adds that Pittsburgh’s coal jobs have flatlined and it has seen a boom in the natural gas industry, so the Paris accord would very likely have helped, not hurt, the city.
- What’s in the Paris Agreement, anyway? We broke it down.
- Here’s what the decision could mean for the coal industry, the climate, U.S. global leadership and the U.S. economy.
- Fact check: Is Trump correct that coal mines are opening?
- Michael Bloomberg promised $15 million to help make up for the U.S. withdrawal.