The president has a habit of surrounding himself with close friends and family.
The State Department did not go far enough in uncovering Clinton’s emails related to the 2012 Benghazi attack, a federal judge appointed by Obama rules.
If Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker is Tripp, does that make Scaramucci Monica?
American Green Inc. purchases the tiny town of Nipton for $5 million.
The president’s female consorts and family members do not step into the public eye without their feet contorted into the shape Mattel toy designers once devised for Barbie’s plastic feet.
Trump, who apparently played 18 holes Wednesday, doesn’t “grasp the ongoing grave situation,” a North Korean official said.
Democratic operatives tell Newsweek the party needs to embrace progressive issues if it is to have any shot at victory in 2018.
Diamond and Silk have frequently begun appearing on Conservative media to defend and promote President Donald Trump’s agenda.
President Donald Trump retweeted a poll suggesting Americans think he is a better president than Barack Obama.
Trump has asked the military for a new strategy. They’ll tell him we should double down. That’s crazy.
A new poll showed a slight majority of Republicans think voter fraud is such a problem they would support pushing back the next election if the president and Congress backed it.
Meet-and-greet events for fans have since been scaled back, and metal detectors are now in place at all functions where the singer appears.
Nonprofit research hospital's charity event raises too much money for "important medical equipment," says clinic.
The Rasmussen family said there were problems with air conditioning on the flight, which was delayed by two hours.
Cheap cracks against the agency's Planetary Protection Officer trivialize the job’s serious intent.
African American children and children who’ve been abused are disproportionately handed life sentences.
Mueller has identified specific potential crimes and is zeroing in on key evidence.
The validity of potential presidential immunity is key to how Mueller proceeds in his Russia investigation.
Trump’s impromptu drug summit could lead to rushed policy decisions with bad unintended consequences.
“My conversations with Donald Trump continued after he went into the White House, and I had reasons to believe he would stay in the Paris agreement," Al Gore said.
Michael Rubin tells how weakness and naivety has led successive U.S. presidents to enable North Korea’s quest for nukes.
The former White House communications director says the reporter who published his expletive-filled interview can't live with himself.
The first daughter's new boutique is set to open in New York this fall.
Gordon Humphrey of New Hampshire lobbies lawmakers to support a bill that would establish an oversight commission on presidential capacity.
Thirty-five percent of Gallup poll respondents believe the president did nothing wrong.
The president said nuclear threats from North Korea would be met with "fire and fury."
There is no escaping nuclear fallout in general, so you might as well accept your fate.
“The Koreans have faced coldness and subtle discrimination, not only from white Americans, but from ethnic minorities in the area.”
The benefits gained from taking a vacation are known to be helpful to employees, and they could do the same for the president.
The symptoms were contracted late last year, with two Cuban officials being asked to leave the United States in May.