Trump's comments came days after Facebook said it will provide the contents of 3,000 ads bought by a Russian agency to congressional investigators and make political advertising on its platform more transparent.
By Associated Press
The plan nearly doubles the standard deduction to $12,000 for individuals and $24,000 for families. This basically increases the amount of personal income that is tax-free.
By Associated Press
Roy Moore's 9-point victory over Sen. Luther Strange, backed by the White House and Republican leaders on Capitol Hill, ranks as a miscalculation and temporary embarrassment for the president; it's a more consequential rebuke for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell,…
Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server was one of President Trump’s most frequent points of attack during the 2016 election, but six of his high-level staff members have reportedly used private emails to discuss government business. Judy Woodruff…
By PBS NewsHour
North Korea has long rallied its people with bombastic threats against the U.S., but lately the evolving war of words has escalated between the two countries. Nick Schifrin speaks with Kathleen Stephens of Stanford University and Balbina Hwang of Georgetown…
U.S. states and territories typically cover 25 percent of the costs, with the federal government paying the remaining 75 percent.
By Marcy Gordon, Associated Press and Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
On the eve of the grand rollout of the plan, details emerged on Capitol Hill on Tuesday while Trump personally appealed to House Republicans and Democrats at the White House to get behind his proposal.
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press and Darlene Superville, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Suddenly, just about all President Donald Trump can talk about is Puerto Rico. After not mentioning hurricane-devastated island for days, Trump on Tuesday pushed back aggressively and repeatedly against criticism that he had failed to quickly grasp the…
By Josh Lederman and Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The Trump administration will allow no more than 45,000 refugees into the United States next year, officials said Tuesday, in what would be the lowest admission level in more than a decade.
By Ellis Kim
On Sunday, President Donald Trump issued a new travel ban, the latest in a series of moves aimed at stopping travel from certain countries to the United States. Here’s a breakdown of the new ban.
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