Former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama have been an emphatic public presence since they departed the White House on the afternoon of Jan. 20, 2017. The website BarackObama.com has been rebranded as "The Office of Barack and Michelle Obama," offering a clear point of contact, a built-in video titled ...
The Republicans' Senate headache in West Virginia isn't over, even as the party tries to pivot to defeating Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin in November.
Republican senators who have warned the White House for months not to interfere with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation are coming under new pressure given President Trump's latest demands for the Department o...
President Trump lashed out at American immigration laws during a dinner with Republican governors Monday night, saying that the statutes were "the worst anywhere in the world as far as stopping people from coming in."
Vice President Pence warned in an interview on Monday that talks between the U.S. and North Korea could end like Libya's denuclearization process if Kim Jong Un does not cooperate....
The idea reveals a high-level Republican misunderstanding of the dynamics among House Democrats.
The comment constitutes a remarkable admission from a member of President Trump's Cabinet that could be interpreted as conspiring to remove a sitting House speaker belonging to the president's own party.
Pyongyang’s recent hostile rhetoric has renewed concerns at the White House that Kim Jong Un is not serious about denuclearization ahead of Singapore summit.
We all know it's too much to ask, but don't you think we'd all breathe a lot easier if President Trump would only check the facts before he makes a wild assertion?
President Obama's education secretary urged parents Monday to pull their children out of school to demand increased safety, but statistics show children are far safer in the classroom than out of it.
The incoming president of the National Rifle Association, meanwhile, said educators should take a look at the prevalence ...
Two American businessmen sought to leverage access to President Trump while angling for lucrative contracts from two Gulf countries wanting to shift U.S. foreign policy against Qatar, ...
The man who reportedly was an informant for the FBI within Donald Trump's presidential campaign also sought a permanent position within the Trump administration, Axios reported Monday.
Stefan Halper, an academic China scholar, was recommended for such a post by a man who is now Mr. Trump's top ...
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee asked the Justice Department Monday to turn over communications between former Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr, British spy Christopher Steele and others about the infamous anti-Trump dossier.
President Trump said Monday that his hard-nosed trade negotiations won some concessions from China and not the trade war his critics had predicted, scoring what he crowed was another victory for his "American First" agenda.
More tough trade bargaining is still to come between the world's two biggest economies. But ...
The controversial former coal baron represents a potential threat to Republicans in their bid to keep the Senate majority.
Sanders's weird relationship with his adoptive party persists with his 2018 reelection bid, in which he'll seek the Democratic nomination but won't accept it.
Meanwhile, the RNC has doubled the DNC's 2009 and 2013 combined spending on legal bills through March.
The chairman of the Judiciary Committee on Monday demanded Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr sit for an interview with Senate investigators to explain what role he played to "funnel" information from anti-Trump investigator Christopher Steele to the FBI.
Sen. Charles E. Grassley, Iowa Republican, told the Justice Department to ...
President Trump got FBI and Justice Department officials to open a probe of the agencies' alleged spying on his 2016 campaign, the White House said Monday.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray agreed to the expanded investigation at a White House meeting called by Mr. Trump, ...
The inspector general will investigate conservative claims of FBI wrongdoing in the Russia probe.
Congressional Democrats on Monday unveiled another plank in their 2018 campaign platform — this one calling for a crackdown on the "pay-to-play culture of corruption, cronyism and incompetences embodied by the Trump administration."
Their plan — "A Better Deal for Our Democracy" — demands tighter campaign finance and ethics laws, ...
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Vice President Mike Pence told Fox News' Martha MacCallum Monday that "the American people have a right to know" whether the FBI infiltrated President Trump's campaign in 2016.
Lawyers from special counsel Robert Mueller's team have filed as special assistant U.S. attorneys in their case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, a move that could make it harder for a federal judge to...
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President Trump was meeting Monday with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, a day after demanding a DOJ investigation into whether the FBI “infiltrated” his 2016 campaign.
The creator of "The Family Guy" is also a "Democratic super PAC Guy" — to the tune of at least $2 million.
Writer, actor and producer Seth MacFarlane stars as Capt. Ed Mercer in his science-fiction television series "The Orville," but his goal off the studio lot is to ensure ...
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The administration doesn’t want a grand bargain with the Islamic Republic. They want a different government.
As part of their midterm pitch to voters, congressional Democrats are unveiling a series of policy proposals Monday aimed at cleaning up a "culture of corruption" in Washington. In other words: Drain the swamp. The party says it isn't stealing the slogan and sentiment that helped propel Donald Trump to the White House. Instead, Democrats are returning to an anti-corruption message that helped win back the House of Representatives in 2006 against the backdrop of scandals involving lobbyist Jack Abramoff and lawmakers Tom DeLay and Mark Foley.