The nation's first lady shot back at the president's first wife after she called herself the "first lady" Monday.
After the film producer was accused of sexual misconduct, top Democrats are sending his campaign donations to nonprofits dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence.
A group advocating against sexism will play the president's lewd comments for 12 hours straight on Friday.
Lawmakers respond to reports of the White House couple using private email addresses to conduct government business.
The Justice Department denied four past presidents the power to hire family members, but not Donald Trump.
The Islamic State terror group took responsibility for the attack and dubbed Stephen Paddock "the American."
The president ran as a staunch defender of the Second Amendment and praised the NRA in a speech in April.
The South's financial institutions are talking about potential moving sensitive data overseas over fears of a North EMP attack.
Sixty-nine percent of Republicans said "Dreamers" should stay in the country and have a path to citizenship.
The administration is sticking to a State Department policy that requires a passport to be held as collateral until the flight is paid for.
It’s unclear whether legislation to protect Mueller would be unconstitutional in limiting the president’s powers.
The North has reached out to Republicans and former government officials to understand the president better.