Donald Trump

Politics & Society Last Take
Charles SykesJune 05, 2017
Today, many voters use information not to discover what is true but to reinforce their political tribe.
Participants look at a screen showing a world map with climate anomalies during the World Climate Change Conference at Le Bourge, France, in this Dec. 8, 2015, file photo. (CNS photo/Stephane Mahe, Reuters)
Politics & Society Vatican Dispatch
Gerard O'ConnellJune 02, 2017
Vatican officials slammed it as “a disaster for the whole world because the United States has such importance today and is a country that many follow.”
Politics & Society Dispatches
Watch out Pope Francis, President Trump is coming for you—at least in terms of popularity on Twitter.
President Donald Trump speaks about the U.S. role in the Paris climate change accord on Thursday, June 1, 2017, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
Politics & Society News
The EditorsJune 01, 2017
It is clear that the president either has not yet read "Laudato Si'", or he simply disagrees with what the pontiff said.
Protesters carry signs during the People's Climate March April 29 outside the White House in Washington. The U.S. bishops on June 1 urged President Donald Trump to honor the nation's commitment to the Paris climate pact and protect the planet. (CNS photo/Joshua Roberts) 
Politics & Society News
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops "is on record supporting prudent action to mitigate the worst impacts of climate change."
Politics & Society Of Many Things
There is a bubble in American politics, but it is not separating Democratic and Republican voters; it is keeping political leaders of both parties from hearing the voices outside Washington.