President Trump lashed out at France on Twitter Tuesday, chastising French President Emmanuel Macron for denouncing nationalism.
President Trump on Monday suggested that the ongoing recounts in Florida should be halted and the races called for Republican candidates while floating baseless claims of voter fraud.
As votes continue to be counted, Democrats are inching toward solidifying their control of the House with a pickup of as many as 40 seats, while Republican Senate wins in Arizona and Florida are looking less solid.
U.S. progressive groups staged hundreds of protests nationwide on Thursday evening to demand that President Trump do nothing to hinder an ongoing investigation into his campaign and Russian meddling during the 2016 U.S. election. The protests, operating under the banner “Nobody Is Above the Law” and led by the activist group MoveOn, called for people to gather in cities at 5 p.m. on Thursday in an effort to protect the investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller. The action was spurred by Trump’s move on Wednesday to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions with Sessions’s chief of staff, Matt Whitaker, as acting attorney general.
In her upcoming memoir, Michelle Obama writes that she will “never forgive” President Trump for pushing the so-called birther conspiracy that she believes put her family’s safety at risk.
After Wednesday’s abrupt post-election firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, there are mounting questions about the legal landscape surrounding President Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Rep. Richard Neal says that Democrats will request the president's tax returns, despite their being under audit by the Internal Revenue Service.
President Trump on Wednesday cut off a reporter who dared to ask whether describing himself as a “nationalist” on the campaign trail had emboldened white nationalists.
President Trump said Republicans “defied history” in the midterm elections by maintaining control of the Senate and winning a “slew” of governor’s races — despite losing its majority in the House of Representatives.
There are political benefits for the White House in raising the specter of Chinese meddling, but there are also legitimate concerns about Beijing’s activities, even if they didn't rise to the level of election interference.
Last night’s election means that as the party in control of the House of Representatives, the Democrats will chair all 21 of that chamber’s committees. With that control comes the power to launch investigations.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney easily wins his bid to replace Orrin Hatch in the U.S. Senate.
President Trump delivered an hour and 20-minute speech touching on all his familiar themes before a packed house on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University.
In his efforts to narrow the gender gap Republicans face in Tuesday's midterm elections — in which women voters strongly favor Democrats — Donald Trump brought three of the top women in his administration to a rally in Fort Wayne, Ind.: senior adviser Ivanka Trump, counselor Kellyanne Conway and press secretary Sarah Sanders.
Georgia gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams defended herself against President Trump’s claim that she is unqualified to be governor on Sunday.
The president makes the case that the Central American migrant caravan is an issue that will lure female voters to the polls.
Renaissance Technologies has invested in firms that operate private prisons and immigrant detention centers, investments apparently based partly on President Trump’s plans and the ability to influence them. And it's all legal.
The 2020 presidential election is fast approaching, and there have been plenty of whispers in Washington about who’s running. Preliminary polls have former Vice President Joe Biden leading any other candidate by a large margin. “I don’t think about the polling data. In 2016, Hillary Clinton became the first female nominee of a major political party.