Senator Dianne Feinstein expressed hope that Donald Trump could yet become a "good president," angering many Democrats.
Steve Bannon is going to "war" in Alabama's Senate race against the Republican Party's, and Trump's, chosen candidate.
Tillerson has been contradicting Donald Trump, reportedly much to the frustration of the president.
Forty percent Republicans in a Fox News poll said minorities are now favored over whites in the United States.
Paul Ryan and Nancy Pelosi are even more unpopular than President Donald Trump.
The survey followed the violence in Charlottesville and President Donald Trump's blaming of "both sides."
Just 16 percent of Americans said they liked Donald Trump’s conduct since he became president.
Since being appointed chief of staff. John Kelly has successfully applied some order to President Donald Trump’s White House.
Valerie Plame Wilson has started a crowdfunding campaign to buy a controlling stake in Twitter and kick the president off the platform.
Simpson’s research firm is at the heart of multiple allegations of ties between President Donald Trump and Russia.
Bernie Sanders supporters didn't just stay at home, they voted for Donald Trump in significant numbers last November.
The commentator has joined a recent chorus predicting that Donald Trump will decide to call time on his presidency.
Glenn Simpson, whose firm compiled an infamous dossier on Donald Trump, spent more than 10 hours talking with Senate investigators.
A conservative news site suggested that the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville was staged by leading Democrats.
According to Irish bookmaker Paddy Power, large sums have begun to be placed on Trump calling it quits.
Heather Heyer's mother says she will not talk to President Donald Trump after he blamed "both sides" for violence in Charlottesville.
Rep. Steve Cohen will introduce articles of impeachment following President Donald Trump's Charlottesville remarks.
President Donald Trump has again criticized the removal of Confederate monuments across the country.
After Trump's Charlottesville remarks, one Democrat is calling to remove him from office using the 25th Amendment.