The president said he doesn't think there will be a reason to take action against his former personal assistant, Madeleine Westerhout, though he made no assurances.
The Brazilian president says he's dumping the French brand in favor of one of his country's own as tensions ratchet up between the two nations.
A Defense Department agency is looking for private tunnels stretching several city blocks to be "temporarily used for testing."
More than 2 million Facebook users have RSVP'd to storm the U.S. Air Force base. Communities are now wondering whether they will show up.
The president is promoting his Florida property, which a guest claimed was infested with "voracious bed bugs,” for next year's G-7 summit of world leaders.
The New York Times columnist emailed the boss of a professor who insulted him in a tweet, but claims he didn't want to get him fired.
The Maine senator's path to reelection may not be smooth sailing after she helped to secure the controversial Supreme Court justice's confirmation.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a crackdown on harmful online material after 51 people were killed earlier this year at two New Zealand mosques.
The Arkansas Republican said the island "would secure vital strategic interests" for the U.S. in a New York Times op-ed.
“It was beyond my wildest imagination that I would one day become the Notorious RBG," she told an audience at the University at Buffalo.
The White House economic adviser asserted that Trump could legally demand that private companies cut ties with China.
Howard Kurtz said the outlet's latest survey, which shows the president trailing four Democratic candidates in 2020, is "very much in line" with others.
Donald Tusk said there would be consequences if the U.S. president went through with his tariff threat against France.