The process by which the Trump International Hotel in Washington obtained its lease is now under scrutiny by two federal agencies.
After North Korea's latest missile test, Japan asked the U.S. to call for even more economic sanctions against Kim Jong Un's regime.
The former Arizona sheriff later walked back his 2007 comments while giving testimony in a civil lawsuit.
The president has "fumed" over recent public comments by Tillerson and Cohn but knows another shake-up could hurt his administration.
Germany's top diplomat said the two superpower leaders's tactics have set the world back.
Kim Jong-un is setting a new record pace for his government's missile-testing.
By studying tax data, a new report shows that six of the top 25 wealthiest Americans are more than 80 years old.
A top Democrat has questioned the president's fitness to serve after his statements on the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
With 42 people to protect, the security force has already reached its budget threshold for the year.
A lack of infrastructure in the country means the minerals and valuable metals are likely to stay in the ground for some time.
The conservative news outlet is already questioning if President Donald Trump will change his agenda.
A prominent actor and Donald Trump supporter resurfaced an old campaign accusation involving late Senator Robert Byrd.
Security concerns are reportedly top advisers' reasons for staying on after the president's Charlottesville comments.
The man first went to local police to claim his identification documents had been stolen after his image was spread by news media.
CBS poll shows sharp partisan divide over Trump’s reaction to the violent alt-right rally.
"Profexer" claims he didn't intend for his work to be used by hackers who supplied WikiLeaks with information.