Jaw-dropping claims in a new book recapping the first year of Donald Trump's presidency captured many headlines this week, but the president's tweets and extreme winter weather known as a "bomb cyclone" also made news.
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The White House is preparing to roll out its plan to reduce gun violence next week, even as President Trump remains conflicted behind the scenes on what provisions he will ultimately support and Senate Republicans continue to say they will consider o
John Bolton’s departure as national security adviser stemmed from a disagreement Monday over a suggestion from President Trump that the United States might lift some sanctions on Iran as a negotiation tool, a person close to Bolton said Saturday.
President Donald Trump said Thursday afternoon that he won't name Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as John Bolton's replacement on the National Security Council, despite reports the unusual move was under consideration.
President Donald Trump sought to boost the spirits of Republican lawmakers, mocking Democrats and promising a new tax cut package, as he returned to the city he recently disparaged as a “rat and rodent infested mess.”
Friday's News: All ten top polling Democrats meet for a debate where healthcare divides took center stage, President Trump says Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will not be the next national security adviser and House Democrats offer multiple messages on impeachment.
President Trump, seeking to justify his claim of a hurricane threat to Alabama, pressed aides to intervene with a federal scientific agency, leading to a highly unusual public rebuke of the forecasters who contradicted him, according to people famili
President Trump announced Tuesday that John Bolton was no longer his national security adviser, ending a stormy tenure marked by widening rifts between an unorthodox president seeking a foreign policy victory and an irascible foreign policy hawk who
Senate Democrats are demanding a fresh vote to terminate President Trump’s national emergency at the southwestern border, moving to force vulnerable Republicans facing re-election next year to choose between siding with the president to fund a border