President Donald Trump on Wednesday placed Vice President Mike Pence in charge of the US government response to the novel coronavirus, amid growing criticism of the White House's handling of the outbreak.
Congressional leaders on Wednesday began designing a large emergency spending package for dealing with the new coronavirus outbreak, revealing the wide gulf between lawmakers who have demanded aggressive action and a White House that has sought a mor
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that the Justice Department can refuse to give crime-fighting money to cities and states that consider themselves sanctuaries and refuse to share information with federal immigration authorities.
In its latest attempt to win over African-American voters, President Trump’s 2020 campaign said Wednesday it would lease 15 retail properties in predominantly black neighborhoods across swing states like Florida and Pennsylvania, where it will build
The rosy sheen that Trump, Kudlow and other White House officials have tried to express about the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak has now collided with reality: The coronavirus is spreading, quickly, to more countries.
Attorney General William Barr urged Republican senators Tuesday to quickly reauthorize a set of expiring surveillance tools, breaking from House GOP lawmakers and some White House officials who are pushing for a more expansive overhaul to be enacted