Washington, DC - First Lady Melania Trump announced the appointment of Lindsay Reynolds, Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to the First Lady. As Chief of Staff, Lindsay Reynolds will be responsible for managing the agenda and day to day operations of the Office of the First Lady. Reynolds brings over fourteen years of experience in political fundraising, event management, and logistical expertise. She previously served in the White House under President George W. Bush.

Washington, DC - Vice President Mike Pence Wednesday announced the appointment of Jarrod Agen as Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Communications to the Vice President.

Washington, DC - Bipartisan Praise For The “Impossible To Oppose” Judge Neil Gorsuch:

Washington, DC - Michael R. Pence was born in Columbus, Indiana, on June 7, 1959, one of six children born to Edward and Nancy Pence. As a young boy he had a front row seat to the American Dream. After his grandfather immigrated to the United States when he was 17, his family settled in the Midwest. The future Vice President watched his Mom and Dad build everything that matters – a family, a business, and a good name. Sitting at the feet of his mother and his father, who started a successful convenience store business in their small Indiana town, he was raised to believe in the importance of hard work, faith, and family.

Washington, DC - By a 98-1 vote, the Senate confirmed retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis to be the 26th secretary of defense, and Vice President Michael R. Pence administered his oath of office shortly afterward.R. Pence administered his oath of office shortly afterward.

Washington, DC - President Barack Obama: "Today, the United States is taking important steps forward to normalize relations with Cuba and to bring greater consistency to our immigration policy. The Department of Homeland Security is ending the so-called "wet-foot/dry foot" policy, which was put in place more than twenty years ago and was designed for a different era.  Effective immediately, Cuban nationals who attempt to enter the United States illegally and do not qualify for humanitarian relief will be subject to removal, consistent with U.S. law and enforcement priorities.