Republicans ignored Trump's veto threat and joined with Democrats to overwhelmingly pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
Trump is spending the final days of presidency doing two things: trying to overturn the election and handing out pardons to his crooked pals.
Donald Trump ran for president in 2016 promising to drain the swamp. On his way out the door, he appears to be filling it up to the brim.
Trump has no intention of participating in a peaceful transition of power by attending Joe Biden's inauguration.
Two weeks after Biden was declared the winner, Trump basically admitted that he still doesn't have any evidence of widespread voter fraud.
Now that Trump lost the election, he has shifted all of his energy to pushing false claims of voter fraud and ballot tampering.
Trump is reportedly planning to fire FBI Director Chris Wray and Defense Secretary Mark Esper on his way out the door.
Under Donald Trump, the American people seem to be living in a constant state of crisis – and it just keeps getting worse by the day.
The Bill Barr Justice Department on Monday continued to intervene on Donald Trump's behalf in a decades-old rape allegation.
The U.S. intelligence community warned the White House that Giuliani is being used by the Russians to feed misinformation to Donald Trump.
Democrats must also win back the Senate if they want a shot at implementing a policy agenda that will put America back on the right track.
At least one attempt by Donald Trump to use his Department of Justice to go after his political rivals has flopped.
Meanwhile, Miller's wife who serves as an aide to Mike Pence, has been trying to block safety precautions for the VP debate.
After Donald Trump returned to the White House on Monday night, he claimed he is now immune to the coronavirus.
All of the video of Trump walking to the helicopter and going into Walter Reed was shot after Trump was given supplemental oxygen.
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, one of Donald Trump's biggest defenders, has officially tested positive for COVID-19.
The White House press office sent a memorandum from the President’s Physician confirming that President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the Coronavirus.
Hope Hicks, who just tested positive for the virus, has been in close contact with Donald Trump and other staff members in recent days.
The United States has had over 6 million COVID-19 cases. The death count from those cases is nearing 200,000 and the country is regularly seeing over 1,000 deaths a day.
Americans have also been waiting on a decision about expanded unemployment benefits since the end of July. Since Republicans in the House seemingly have nothing better, though, they’ve decided to ask William Barr to prosecute Netflix.
Trump didn't just downplay the pandemic, but he repeatedly dismissed measures to slow the spread of the virus and save American lives.