Trump’s use of the pardon power to undo contempt convictions poses a threat to the independence of the judiciary.
Gorka said Trump would not back down from his agenda. “The question is, Are the people around him going to support him?” he said.
No one could claim the First Amendment protects mayhem, murder, defamation, and deceit.
The term White House aides reportedly use to refer to Ivanka Trump is definitely not meant to be a compliment.
The press discussion of higher education is dominated by a small number of elite institutions which are unrepresentative.
The president has "fumed" over recent public comments by Tillerson and Cohn but knows another shake-up could hurt his administration.
The first couple will stop in Corpus Christi and Austin on Tuesday.
Years of politically motivated attacks on unions have led to a loss of wages for workers.
Fox News host Jesse Watters claimed "some really weird biblical things" were happening in Texas after Hurricane Harvey.
Jesse Arreguin said that urgent action needs to be taken against violent left-wing protesters after clashes at a demonstration Sunday.
Dems can’t just be anti-Trump or move to the middle ground.
Many people in flooded areas around Houston don't have appropriate insurance, experts say.
He had claimed that that his church was flooded and unavailable to victims of the hurricane.
Duncan Hunter gave a stark assessment of Trump's character.
Trump refused to be drawn into directly criticizing the Kremlin at a press conference with Finland's president.
Local residents doubt Lakewood Church's claim and have been posting their photos to social media.
Surveys conducted by Urban Institute researchers in four Chicago neighborhoods showed that relations between the police and the community are poor.
Video clips of both instances from his news conference with Finnish President Sauli Niinistö went viral Monday.
“Know that it is possible for people to stand up and do the right thing, even when they are surrounded by evil.”
Heyer was killed protesting at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.
Newsweek’s former Moscow bureau chief reflects on her experience interviewing Trump in Russia 30 years ago.
The city of New Orleans seems to recognize what Houston did for it after Katrina and wants to return the favor.
The Mexican government says it won't pay for a border wall, but it did offer to help U.S. states dealing with Hurricane Harvey damage.
The natural disaster will turn the city into a sprawling, pathogen-infested swamp.
Local police and sheriff’s deputies who usually spend their days writing speeding tickets or chasing robbers have switched focus.
An August 15 executive order revoked an Obama directive regarding planning for flood risk.
Sater told Michael Cohen in 2015 that pending a real estate deal in Moscow, "our boy can become president of the USA."
"As we saw in Charlottesville, this mission is more important than ever,” George Selim said.
Obama commuted the sentence of the military leaker but did not issue a full pardon.
The move is being met with criticism from organizations concerned with reducing policy brutality.