James Comey calls Trump ‘morally unfit to be president’

In his first sit-down interview since being fired as FBI director, James Comey didn't hold back his contempt for President Trump.

Prostitutes, impeachment and Putin—nothing was off limits in the one-hour ABC special that comes just days before the release "Higher Loyalty," Mr. Comey's tell-all about his time in the ...

Donald Trump’s Syria strike authority under debate in Congress

President Trump told Congress on Sunday that he was exercising commander-in-chief powers when he ordered strikes on Syria's chemical weapons capability, insisting the action on Saturday was "in the vital national security" interests of the U.S.

The claim — which is different from the justification administration officials gave last week ...

Loretta Lynch defends handling of Clinton email probe, pushes back on Comey

Former attorney general Loretta Lynch defended her handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server on Sunday amid criticism from former FBI director James Comey.

In a statement on Sunday, Ms. Lynch said she "fought corruption of all types" during her tenure at the Justice Department, "whether by ...

Where is Trump’s red line on Syria? Policy unclear

President Trump has enforced his predecessor's "red line" about chemical-weapons use almost six years after it was drawn, but the parameters of the president's Syria policy are far from clear.

White House officials have pointed to the April 7 attack in Douma as a catalyst for the missile attack launched ...

Steve King keeps Donald Trump from linking NAFTA, illegal immigration

Rep. Steve King, a crusader against illegal immigration, has emerged as the unlikely culprit blocking President Trump from a crackdown on Mexico's border jumpers in the renegotiation of NAFTA.

Mr. Trump has repeatedly tied the issues together, saying he will scrap the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement unless Mexico ...

Donald Trump issues pardon to Scooter Libby in 2007 conviction

President Trump issued a pardon Friday to former Vice President Dick Cheney's top aide, saying his 2007 conviction for obstructing the probe into the leaking of a CIA operative's identity, saying the conviction now appears to be tainted.

The decision to grant clemency to I. "Scooter" Lewis Libby is likely ...