Trump followed his presidential campaign announcement with one of the most unprecedented unique bids for office in U.S. political history, and his presidency has been similarly distinct. Here is a look at 34 notable moments since Trump entered the political world.
Seven of the nine justices ruled that the case should be sent back to the district court for re-argument, which will give the plaintiffs another chance to establish standing.
The lawmakers were visiting five men who were not with their children on Father's Day.
Former Trump campaign aide Roger Stone revealed his role in a shady May 2016 rendezvous with a Russian and the promise of political dirt on Hillary Clinton.
The right-leaning candidate clinched the presidency with 53.98 percent of the vote, but he will face a host of challenges.
Munich prosecutors said Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was being detained due to concerns he might hinder an ongoing investigation into the scandal.
Volcanic ash continues to sputter from a volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island, raising health concerns about exposure to the toxic plumes.
With the U.S. and South Korea suspending joint military exercises, Newsweek looks at the military forces facing off on the Korean Peninsula.
A Code Orange alert signals higher concentrations of air pollution—and potentially dangerous conditions.
“I appreciate the need to enforce and protect our international boundaries, but this zero-tolerance policy is cruel. It is immoral. And it breaks my heart,” said the former first lady.
But the Senate minority leader also warned against starting trade wars with allies.
It's been 25 years since the release of "Jurassic Park," and our understanding of dinosaurs has evolved considerably. Paleontologists describe new discoveries and technology enabling a better understanding of dinosaurs since "Jurassic Park" came out in 1993.
"Giant hogweed makes poison ivy look like a walk in the park," officials warned.
China-US trade relations seem more volatile than ever. But will the tension inevitably escalate to a trade war? Recent frictions offer lessons for both sides