Trump's latest tweet implicates him for obstructing justice.
Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon will ignore sexual assault allegations against Roy Moore and campaign for him at a rally on December 5.
Multiple journalists revealed that they'd been investigating allegations against Lauer for months and that management at NBC News was aware.
Matt Lauer, host of NBC's Today Show since 1997, has been fired following a sexual harassment complaint filed against him by a colleague.
After a morning tweet by Trump declaring that he didn't see any deal coming, Schumer and Pelosi canceled a meeting with the president.
Russell Begaye, president of the Navajo Nation, slammed President Trump’s most recent instance of mockingly referring to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas.” This isn’t the first time Trump has used Pocahontas’ name as an insult toward Warren — he did so repeatedly during his presidential campaign — but on Monday, he hit a new low when he chose to deride the senator during a ceremony honoring Navajo veterans at the White House.
If you're wondering which GOP members are most likely to vote against the plan, here are six Republicans who have expressed views opposing or wavering on it.
Charles and David Koch, the billionaire brothers known for using their money to fund Republican politicians and conservative agendas, are now two of Time Inc's new owners.
According to a new Vanity Fair profile of Melania Trump, she really did not want to end up being America's first lady.
First daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are apparently not looking to leave D.C. quite yet.
On Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law a bill allowing his government to register U.S. media as foreign agents.
A new report has revealed the first mention of Donald Trump's name within the Panama Papers.
Data compiled from 112 funeral homes raised the number of hurricane-related deaths from 55 to 499.
The president has cast doubts on the allegations during "animated conversations" with White House aides and senior members of the Republican party.
Trump once again lashed out at LaVar Ball, father of UCLA basketball player LiAngelo Ball, who was detained in China earlier this month.
It appears that the Trump administration has been keeping a report conducted by the office of Inspector General John Roth at the Department of Homeland Security inaccessible to both Congress and the American public for several weeks.
When asked about the senatorial race between Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore, President Trump practically endorsed Moore.
On Sunday, thousands marched at the National Mall in Washington D.C. to urge the Trump administration and Congress to provide more aid for Puerto Rico. Hundreds of rally-goers waved Puerto Rican flags, carried signs, and chanted “Puerto Rico, Presente” and “Puerto Rico Se Levanta” — meaning “Puerto Rico is Present” and “Puerto Rico Is Rising.”
Nearly 60,000 Haitians will be forced to leave the United States within the upcoming 18 months, thanks to a decision made by the Trump administration on Monday. In a press release, the Department of Homeland Security announced that it would cease shielding 59,000 Haitian immigrants from deportation through the Temporary Protected Status program. The state of Florida is set to be influenced the most by Monday’s decision, with roughly 30,000 Haitian TPS recipients living in the state.