Allies of the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, apparently don't think this spells an end to the peace process.
Will an underdog's campaign to topple House Speaker Paul Ryan serve as a blueprint for Democrats trying to enlist disaffected Trump voters in the war for control of Congress?
Trump Jr. is cozying up to Kansas gubernatorial hopeful Kobach, who heads the president's controversial "voter fraud" commission.
If former national security adviser Michael Flynn cooperates in the Robert Mueller probe, he could lead investigators to the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, says the Obama Administration's ethics czar.
The former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York notes that prosecutors accept cooperation only for 'substantial assistance.'
Thanksgiving at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, nicknamed the Winter White House, features more than just turkey.
Out of all the hotels in the nation's capital, the Republicans just happen to be enticing donors with a chance to win a weekend at—Trump International.
Jason Kander, a rising Democratic star, is going cross-country as the host of a new Crooked Media podcast.
A member of what the president calls his "very distinguished voter fraud panel" is going back to court in an attempt to break through what he says is its veil of secrecy.
A member of President Donald Trump's "voter fraud commission" says he wants answers, not trouble.
It's the latest installment in Democrat Al Green's on-again, off-again plan to impeach the president.
San Francisco billionaire Tom Steyer doesn't just want Donald Trump out: He wants national change, and he's recruiting a millennial army to fight for it.
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, is feeling a bit put upon "by the haters" these days.
Even Republicans worry President Donald Trump is bringing the U.S. into "banana republic" territory with his investigation threats.
Some jokester decided to liven up Paul Manafort's vacant Brooklyn property with a little "landmark" signage.
President Donald Trump vowed to ramp up the nation's "already Extreme Vetting Program" in the wake of a deadly Halloween attack in Manhattan.
A former Health and Human Services secretary and some celebrity allies have dire worries about the new round of Obamacare enrollment.
Trump loyalists are shrugging, at least outwardly, as the dominoes start to fall in the Russia investigation.
A group of senators wants to know what the holdup is in enacting a rule to prevent prescription drug price gouging.
The Campaign Legal Center says the Clinton campaign wasn't up front about paying for research on supposed ties between Donald Trump and Russia.