The Washington Post’s Lost Summer

Washington, DC - From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the Post had some pretty embarrassing moments. Whether it was incorrectly stating that presidents do not deliver remarks on the 4th of July, ignoring speeches by Presidents Reagan, Kennedy, and Obama, or being called out for shoddy, politically motivated fact-checking, the Post’s lost summer culminated with a fateful day in August when they were forced to issue 15 corrections to a single article.

Presidential Proclamation on National Days of Prayer and Remembrance, 2019

Washington, DC - During these National Days of Prayer and Remembrance, we come together to honor the memory of the nearly 3,000 men, women, and children who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.  The passage of time will never diminish the magnitude of the loss or the courage, compassion, strength, and unity displayed during one of our darkest hours.

Teaching Gardens Network plants funds aimed at growing access to healthy foods

Dallas, Texas - Today the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, in collaboration with Kelly Meyer, founder of OneSun, and Gail Becker, CEO of CAULIPOWER, launched a nationwide grant program to support the Teaching Gardens Network. Grant recipients will establish or revitalize school garden programs and expand garden resources for Network members.

Vice President Mike Pence’s Meeting with United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson

London, England - The Vice President met yesterday with Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson at 10 Downing Street in London. The Vice President underscored the United States’ unfailing commitment to the U.S.-UK Special Relationship and to working closely together to enhance our shared security and prosperity.

America's Navy Sails into the "Sunflower State" for Wichita Navy Week

Wichita, Kansas - If you want to know more about the Navy the nation needs, Wichita Navy Week is the place to be from September 9-15, coinciding with the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson.