Trump told reporters onboard Air Force One that Putin twice denied any meddling and the president asked what more he could have done.
By Mary Clare Jalonick and Erica Werner, Associated Press
The Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says he will call on President Donald Trump's son to testify amid investigations into Russian meddling in last year's election — and he says he'll subpoena him if necessary.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
Thursday's Congressional Budget Office report says that Trump's budget, if followed to the letter, would result in a $720 billion deficit at the end of 10 years instead of the slight surplus promised.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says he hopes to hold a committee vote next week on Christopher Wray's nomination to be FBI director.
By Vivian Salama, Associated Press
Shortly before Trump was to sit down with Emmanuel Macron, France's recently elected leader said it is "obvious and indispensable" to have exchanges with Trump, whose brand of politics has unnerved some stalwart European allies.
By Amir Shah and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
The third time's the charm for Afghanistan's all girl robotics team, who will be allowed entry into the U.S. to compete in a competition after President Donald Trump personally intervened to reverse a decision twice denying them enter into the…
By Eric Tucker, Chad Day, Associated Press
The Senate Judiciary Committee plans to question former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and will subpoena him if necessary, according to the panel's Republican chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa.
By Sadie Gurman and Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Breaking with the president, the lawyer Donald Trump picked to lead the FBI declared that he does not believe a special counsel investigation into possible coordination between Russia and the Trump presidential campaign is a "witch hunt."…
By Associated Press
FBI director nominee Christopher Wray says he has not been asked to pledge his loyalty to the White House nor would he do so.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
The Trump administration delayed its decision Tuesday on whether to permanently lift sanctions on Sudan, giving itself three more months.
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