The 23-year-old toured Harvard, Columbia and NYU, but she's reportedly headed to Georgetown.
A draft counterterror strategy provides little on how the U.S. will pass responsibility to allies, many of which lack the necessary military and intelligence capabilities.
The Peoples Climate March, the culmination of a string of Earth Week protests that began with last Saturday's March for Science, coincides with Trump's 100th day in office.
A new North Korea propaganda video entitled "Within the Scope of Destruction" shows the White House, U.S. Capitol, Navy and more under attack.
Michael Flynn, Trump’s first national security adviser, had alarming contacts with Russians and Turk lobbyists, but still got a top-secret clearance.
U.S. embassy web pages advertised Trump's Florida resort as a "winter White House."
Senator Elizabeth Warren, however, gave the president with an “F” grade, saying his policies have given a "gut punch" to America's working families.
Since she became a government employee, Ivanka Trump has influenced her father's decision to bomb Syria, advocated for equal pay and met with the Chinese president.
Israeli politicians had attacked Spicer and the U.S. over the Holocaust blunder, saying "the White House urgently needs a history teacher."
Several members of the Trump administration received money from a variety of political organizations, including super PACs.
Dozens of staffers' forms listing their salaries, assets and liabilities are now available online.
The White House said internet providers would need to obtain affirmative "opt-in" consent from consumers, but noted that websites are not required to get the same consent.
Secret Service dealt with its second security incident Saturday, after a person jumped over a bike rack in a buffer zone at the White House.
The unidentified person jumped over a bike rack in front of the White House, spokesman Sean Spicer says.
Backpack carried by the suspect is searched, with no hazardous materials found.
The rule, Statistical Policy Directive Number 3, is meant to "preserve the distinction between the policy-neutral release of data by statistical agencies and their interpretation by policy officials."
Reporters for CNN, The New York Times, Politico, The Los Angeles Times and BuzzFeed were not allowed into the session in the office of press secretary Sean Spicer.
Priebus wriggles in his effort to deny campaign involvement.
During a feisty press conference, the president claimed that his administration is running like a “fine-tuned machine.”
Athletes from the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL have declined White House invitations under both Republican and Democratic presidents.
The decisions were announced one week after Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon labelled the media the “opposition party.”
Trump’s team aims for a White House website makeover, with content to reflect the new president’s views.
White House Correspondents' Association objects to 'any move that would shield the president and his advisers from the scrutiny of an on-site White House press corps.'
Congressman Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina, who must face Senate confirmation, says the administration "will restore budgetary and fiscal sanity back."