State Pot Officials: 'Impossible To Discern' White House Action On Retail PotState leaders say it’s unclear if White House Spokesperson Sean Spicer’s comments truly represent a new policy when it comes to legalized marijuana.
White House Could Be 'Taking Action' Against Recreational PotThe Justice Department will step up enforcement of federal law against recreational marijuana, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday, offering the Trump administration's strongest indication to date of a looming crackdown on the drug, even as a solid majority of Americans believe it should be legal.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer Responds To SNL SkitWhite House Press Secretary Sean Spicer thinks actress Melissa McCarthy could dial it back a bit if she reprises her impression of him "Saturday Night Live."
With McCarthy Playing Spicer, 'SNL' Cranks Up Trump SatireMelissa McCarthy lampooned White House press secretary Sean Spicer in a "Saturday Night Live" sketch where she taunted reporters as "losers," fired a water gun at the press corps and even used the lectern to ram a Wall Street Journal journalist.
CIA Director To Be On National Security CouncilWhite House press secretary Sean Spicer says the director of the CIA will be added to the White House National Security Council.
Lawmakers Concerned: Trump Freezes EPA Grants, Bars CommunicationSome Colorado lawmakers say they are deeply troubled by an order by President Donald Trump to censor several agencies' communication and freeze grant awards from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Spicer Defends Trump's Claim Of Voter FraudPresident Donald Trump repeated his belief that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 election while attending a bipartisan congressional reception Monday evening.
Republican Presidential Debate Will Put Boulder, CU In The SpotlightThe fact that the third Republican presidential debate is taking place in Colorado, a swing state, isn't surprising. The fact that it's taking place in the city of Boulder is.
Both Sides React To 2nd Presidential DebateIn the aftermath of last night's combative debate in suburban New York, President Barack Obama campaigns today in Iowa, while Mitt Romney will be in Virginia.