Foreign policy took center stage this week, as President Trump met with foreign leaders and shifted his views on Syria. But the Senate also had an eventful week with the confirmation vote of Neil Gorsuch. Catch up on all of it with our news quiz.
The White House has ignored more than a dozen letters requesting documents from House Democratic chairmen investigating President Trump since the party took control in January, Democrats say, setting up a clash that could escalate into subpoenas or e
President Trump hosted Jair Bolsonaro, the Brazilian president, at the White House on Tuesday, and it was something like looking in the mirror. Like other authoritarian leaders Mr. Trump has embraced since taking office, Mr.
Wednesday's News: The White House is not handing over documents to House Democrats for investigation, President Donald Trump attacks John McCain and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson reflects on his role.
After a gunman left 50 dead in an anti-Muslim massacre at two mosques in New Zealand, President Trump did not condemn the white supremacy extolled by the alleged shooter, nor did he express explicit sympathy with Muslims around the globe.
The U.S. military is crafting plans to keep nearly 1,000 forces in Syria, U.S. officials said, a shift that comes three months after President Trump ordered a complete withdrawal and is far more than the White House originally intended.