President Trump will use a prime-time speech late Monday to lay out his long-awaited strategy for fighting America’s longest war: Afghanistan.
A look at how Confederate flags are made and where they are sold today. Spoiler alert: Some of the flags waved at the white nationalist rally in Charleston may have been made in China.
Former President George H.W. Bush and former President George W. Bush, in a rare joint statement, declared Wednesday that Americans must reject “hatred in all its forms” in the aftermath of the white supremacist and neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville.
President Trump defended Steve Bannon, arguably his most potent hard-right nationalist aide, without ever outright dismissing calls for him to be fired.
President Trump on Friday warned that North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un would “regret it fast” if he made any threats against the United States.
"Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path!" tweeted President Trump in his latest swipe at North Korea. He also warned that Pyongyang should not “act unwisely.”
Trump defended his threat to rain “fire and fury” on North Korea, as his team struggles to resolve the most serious crisis of his 200-day-old administration.
“We must face facts: We are losing in Afghanistan, and time is of the essence if we intend to turn the tide,” the Arizona Republican said in a statement.
Trump warns North Korea on nuclear threats, as his administration grapples with unsettling news of a possible nuclear breakthrough by the Stalinist regime.
President Trump grudgingly signed legislation toughening sanctions on Russia over its interference in the 2016 election, but ripped into the law and mocked its authors.
Days after declaring that President Trump would sign legislation imposing tough new sanctions on Russia, Sarah Huckabee Sanders said government lawyers needed to wrap up a “legal review” first.
President Trump’s volatile communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, has been removed from his position just 11 days after he was brought into the West Wing.
The news came at the end of a tumultuous week of White House infighting, notably pitting incoming communications director Anthony Scaramucci against Priebus.
President Trump on Tuesday sharply criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions but refused to say whether he would fire him or wanted him to resign, saying “time will tell” what fate awaits the former senator.
Newly minted White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci warned suspected leakers on Tuesday that they must stop spilling Trump administration secrets or risk being fired.
President Trump, due to unveil his new strategy for fighting the war in Afghanistan, faces what some aides are calling a “victory problem” — how to define success in America’s longest war and sell the war-weary U.S. public on the possibility of sending a few thousand more troops into the nearly 16-year-old
President Trump on Thursday lavished praise on Chinese leader Xi Jinping, calling him “a friend,” “a terrific guy,” as well as a “good man” and “a great leader” who “loves China” — and saying nothing about the death of that country’s best known dissident, Liu Xiaobo.
Sarah Sanders dismissed talks of "treason" Tuesday after Donald Trump Jr. revealed he had an undisclosed meeting with a Russian lawyer to talk about dirt on Hillary Clinton.
The vice president earlier denied the Trump campaign had contacted Russians trying to affect the election. Now he’s simply “not focused” on such stories.
President Trump on Friday repeatedly “pressed” Russian President Vladimir Putin on Moscow’s alleged interference in the 2016 election, only to be rebuffed, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.
President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met Friday on the sidelines of a major economic summit in Germany, their first face-to-face encounter since U.S. intelligence formally accused Moscow of meddling in the 2016 election.
President Trump warned that America's “strategic patience” with North Korea has run out, a rhetorical escalation amid increasing U.S. pressure on China to rein in its smaller neighbor.
President Trump will meet with Russian President Putin next week, their first face-to-face talks since U.S. intelligence declared that Moscow had meddled in the 2016 election.