White House press secretary Sarah Sanders began her briefing on Wednesday by reading a statement from President Trump announcing his decision to revoke the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, a prominent critic of the current administration. The statement went on to list other current
The Charlottesville anniversary event drew a handful of white supremacists, who were far outnumbered by counterprotesters.
A package of baseball season tickets owned by President Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort was a major topic of discussion on Friday at his trial for charges including money laundering, financial fraud and tax investigation.
First lady Melania Trump's parents became U.S. citizens Thursday, through a process President Trump wants to end.
All of the leading candidates for attorney general in New York are eager to continue Robert Mueller's work or mount an entirely new investigation into the president.
Press secretary Sarah Sanders stressed Donald Trump’s tweets were “not an order” but instead reflected “the president’s opinion.”
Months after pulling the United States out of a nuclear deal with Iran, the president says he is willing to meet with leaders from Tehran.
A small change in President Trump’s travel plans Thursday morning left some members of the press corps suggesting the White House literally lied about whether the sky was blue to avoid facing questions.
President Trump's proposed Washington meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin will be put off until 2019, the White House announced Wednesday.
The N.J. Democratic senator, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has been raising the alarm about Brett Kavanaugh’s views on prosecutors’ ability to conduct criminal investigations of a sitting president.
Sam Husseini, who was covering the press conference for the Nation, was removed by Secret Service agents. “You’re grabbing me? For what? I’m telling you what I’m doing,” Husseini said. “I’m being totally open. What the hell.”
President Trump dismissed an article published by England's the Sun as “fake news” and suggested the White House had a recording that would prove it. Though Trump declared his press shop would release the tape, the White House did not respond to multiple requests from Yahoo News asking for the recording
Vice President Mike Pence visited the headquarters of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Washington, D.C., on Friday, where he delivered a speech that attacked the push to abolish the agency.
Almost two weeks have passed since President Trump signed an executive order to “address” immigrant children being taken from their parents at the U.S. border, but the impact of his action remains unclear. Much of the uncertainty stems from the fact that officials on Tuesday still would not answer basic
Trump administration officials refused to answer whether children are still being separated from their parents at the border during a heated conference call with reporters.
The federal government continued to provide million-dollar grants to a juvenile detention center in Virginia to hold child migrants even after a lawsuit was filed against the facility alleging the young immigrants there were subjected to “brutal, inhumane conditions.”
The White House isn't saying how many children have already been taken from their families or when they will be reunited with their parents
President Trump’s controversial child separation policy is being carried out with the help of private businesses who have received millions of dollars in government contracts to help run the shelters where young migrants are being held away from their parents.
The site has been used by the federal government for nuclear waste disposal since the 1950s, but in recent years, it has been the focus of concerns from state officials and watchdog groups who are alarmed at the volume of radioactive material being held there.
President Trump blasted New York state's attorney general over a lawsuit filed against his foundation for an alleged “pattern of illegal conduct,” including “willful self-dealing.”
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un issued the statement at a historic summit in Singapore. Here's what it says.
The party moves to make sure candidates seeking its presidential nomination are, in fact, Democrats.