A deadly terrorist attack in New York City, the GOP tax overhaul plan, and the president’s upcoming trip to Asia all made headlines this week. Have you been keeping up with the latest news? Find out with our Washington Week-ly News Quiz!
Iran denied U.S. accusations that it was behind Saturday’s strikes on Saudi oil facilities, as Riyadh and Washington rushed to respond to attacks that sent futures soaring and threatened to spark a broader clash with Tehran.
The top two Democrats in Congress, seeking to ramp up pressure on Republicans to pass legislation extending background checks to all gun buyers, told President Trump on Sunday that they would join him at the White House for a “historic signing ceremo
The Republican lawmakers gathered in Baltimore erupted in cheers and laughter Thursday as President Trump warned of “the dangers” of energy-saving lightbulbs and falsely claimed that televisions turn off when wind turbines stop spinning.
Monday's News: New allegations of sexual misconduct have prompted some Democrats to call for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Iran says it was not behind an attack on Saudi oil facilities and congressional Democratic leaders try to persuade President Trump to back gun reforms.
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.
The three leading candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination confronted each other over issues including health care in a marathon debate that featured all 10 top contenders onstage for the first time.