Julián Castro, former San Antonio mayor and U.S. secretary of housing and urban development in the Obama administration, was unusually open about his political ambitions in an interview with Yahoo Finance.
The billionaire investor and anti-Putin activist, who believes the California congressman is compromised, now wonders if the Kentucky Republican is too.
The battle between President Trump and Stormy Daniels, the actress who says she slept with him in 2006, took a predictable turn on Tuesday in an exchange of insults on Twitter over her looks and his anatomy.
President Trump on Tuesday revived his nickname for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who released a DNA test showing evidence she has Native American ancestry.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday released the results of a DNA test that the Massachusetts Democrat said proves she has Native American ancestry.
As the national debate over violent rhetoric rages among politicians, pundits and President Trump, the Republican candidate for governor in Pennsylvania offered the latest case study in partisan rancor Friday.
In perhaps the most surreal moment of the Trump White House to date, Kanye West launched into an extended Oval Office speech that touched on such topics as crime, mental health, slavery, aerospace technology and the Unabomber.
The president defended his decision to go ahead with a political rally in Pennsylvania as Hurricane Michael ripped across the southeastern U.S., saying he could not disappoint his many fans.
CNN’s Brooke Baldwin struggled to find the words to describe the sheer devastation left by Hurricane Michael as she flew in a helicopter above Mexico Beach, Fla., on Thursday morning.
President Trump lavished praise on Kanye West hours before a meeting at the White House with the rapper who has become one of his most outspoken supporters.
President Trump says Democratic voters will support Republicans because of Democrats' talk of impeaching Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
The U.S. Senate on Saturday voted narrowly to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, ending a bitter, months-long fight over his nomination.
The president denounces demonstrators protesting his SCOTUS pick — especially those confronting lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
The president tweeted that the Supreme Court nominee has been subjected to "harsh and unfair treatment."
During a press conference meant to tout a trade deal, President Trump fielded questions on the FBI probe of Brett Kavanaugh.
Moments before, the Republicans issued a statement saying he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court.
President Trump lashed out at the lawyer for the third woman to accuse the Supreme Court nominee of sexual misconduct.
President Trump said he would’ve pushed for a vote on Brett Kavanaugh without hearing from the Supreme Court nominee’s accuser.