The president has said he's "the least racist person," but a Quinnipiac University poll suggests many voters have doubts.
Records show how much the Secret Service spent on contracts with Palm Beach companies in the run-up to New Year's Eve.
Could the president's "voter fraud" panel become even stronger in death than in life? Critics are worried.
Some Trump loyalists were openly overjoyed to see Steve Bannon go under the proverbial bus. Others treaded cautiously.
The president says size matters, and he's winning the race.
The former Montana congressman and Navy SEAL has faced plenty of questions about his air travel as secretary of the interior.
"This is not easy. I understand why so many women don't come forward. I mean, I cried," she said.
This is one department where White Houses don't look to overachieve.
The first lady outstrips her husband's popularity in a serious way, a new Gallup Poll finds.
The Trump administration renominated an openly lesbian leader of the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Americans asked by pollsters to come up with words for the president offered mostly negative descriptors.
Allies of the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, apparently don't think this spells an end to the peace process.
Will an underdog’s campaign to topple House Speaker Paul Ryan serve as a blueprint for Democrats trying to enlist disaffected Trump voters in the war for control of Congress?
Trump Jr. is cozying up to Kansas gubernatorial hopeful Kobach, who heads the president's controversial "voter fraud" commission.
If former national security adviser Michael Flynn cooperates in the Robert Mueller probe, he could lead investigators to the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, says the Obama Administration's ethics czar.
The former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York notes that prosecutors accept cooperation only for 'substantial assistance.'