The explanations about a 2016 meeting between members of the Trump campaign and a Russian lawyer have continually changed.
For some brands, an apology is a matter of corporate survival. For others, not apologizing for anything is the brand itself.
The Republican senator from Arizona joins Democrats in calling for the release of a classified CIA report on Gina Haspel’s role in the destruction of videos of enhanced interrogation techniques.
It's difficult to overstate the hope that many Democrats have placed in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's to turn up evidence that will damage the presidency of Donald Trump.
The first lady's document, which was distributed as part of the “Be Best” rollout, relies on the same graphic design and wording as the FTC's 2014 “Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online."
During Monday's briefing, a reporter asked press secretary Sarah Sanders to respond to reports that Melania Trump lives in the Washington suburbs with her son and parents, rather than in the East Wing of the White House.
When it comes to telling the truth, President Trump has a problem. By the Washington Post’s tally, Trump has made 3,001 false or misleading claims since he was sworn into office — an average of 6.5 untruths per day.
Mandy Manning, a teacher at Joel E. Ferris High School in Spokane, Wash., wore several buttons that seemed to rebuke the president's priorities as she accepted a crystal apple trophy.
Former U.S. secretary of state and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has vowed she's "not going to run again," but that's not stopping several candidates from portraying her as their de facto opponent in the fall.
Gov. Ricardo Rosselló wants Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria to send a clear message to Washington in the midterm elections.
Within minutes of the news that former first lady Barbara Bush had died Tuesday at the age of 92, tributes began pouring in from political figures, including those in her own family.
As reports broke Friday that President Trump had issued a pardon of I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, former Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff, the immediate questions for many Americans were: Why Libby and why now?
The doorman, Dino Sajudin, reportedly signed a contract with American Media that carried a $1 million penalty for disclosing details of the explosive story.
Laura Ingraham returned to Fox News this week, but the bad news for her continued. The exodus of advertisers from Ingraham's show resumed following her weeklong hiatus, meant to stem the loss of sponsors unwilling to associate their brands with her program.
The real first sign that Thursday was going to be a particularly tumultuous day for Donald Trump came at the start of what was billed to be a West Virginia roundtable about tax reform.
With public school teachers taking a stand over low pay and dwindling education budgets in several Republican majority states, Democrats are sensing another opportunity to make inroads in the 2018 midterm elections.
In a rambling speech billed as a curtain-raiser for his $1.5 trillion plan to rebuild the nation's crumbling infrastructure, President Trump veered off topic numerous times, at one point chiding his predecessor for leaving him a high number of court vacancies.
Will young voters, mobilized by the movement that has sprung up in response to the high school shooting in Parkland, Fla., turn out for candidates well into their 70s?
President Trump did not heed the warnings of his own national security advisers Tuesday when he called and congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his reelection victory.