A new poll has found voters strongly support Mount Rushmore ahead of President Donald Trump's Independence Day celebration at the site in South Dakota.
Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth has accused President Donald Trump of attempting to politicize the U.S. Armed Forces and vowed to block promotions of more than a thousand service members until she's assured that a key witness in Trump's impeachment has secured his own advancement.
The first daughter and adviser to the president has a new cause—our nation's forests.
With parents facing a choice of returning to work or staying home with kids, the White House is hoping to address school reopenings in the next wave of stimulus funding.
"I've had a mask on, and I sort of liked the way I looked," the president told Fox Business.
The White House called a sudden press briefing to push back on a New York Times report about Russian bounties on U.S. soldiers.
The Court ruled that Louisiana's law requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at a local hospital was unconstitutional.
Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Trump wasn't told about Russia paying bounties on U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.
It's the first major abortion ruling for the high court under its new majority of members who have track records opposing abortion rights and a potentially defining moment in President Donald Trump's presidency.
Vice President Mike Pence said the United States is seeing spikes but the nation is still in a better place than two months ago.
During a pre-taped, sit-down interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity that aired Thursday, Trump slammed crime in inner cities and said he's often thanked for his "law and order" approach amid unrest across the country.
During a debate over the effort to grant statehood to the Washington, D.C., Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton questioned whether DC Mayor Muriel Bowser could be trusted with gubernatorial powers.
In its first review of the nation's coronavirus response, the Government Accountability Office identified several issues, including money going to people who were no longer alive.
President Donald Trump's promise to pull thousands of troops out of Germany and send them to Poland came just four days ahead of President Andrezj Duda's tight reelection.
President Donald Trump has revived his calls for a Congressional ban on burning the American flag amid ongoing demonstrations.
Thousands of students packed into an Arizona auditorium amid a coronavirus resurgence to hear from President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump has planned an executive order that would cut back on several legal visa options for foreign workers, citing the nation's high unemployment numbers. It's also a campaign pitch.
In his new memoir, former national security adviser John Bolton recounts President Trump tweeting after top-secret briefings.
During a 20-minute sit-down with Donald Trump Jr. the president covered a lot of topics, including "Tiger King," aliens and what he thinks about beards.
"As in any event you assume a personal risk," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters ahead of Trump's Tulsa rally.
Donald Trump unveiled a law enforcement executive order, with a focus on the law part.
After a pause for the coronavirus, Trump's campaign rallies are set to resume this week with masks and hand sanitizer
During a Fox News interview, President Donald Trump responded to comments from Democratic rival Joe Biden and other that he may not willingly leave the White House if he loses in November: "If I don't win, I don't win. We'll go on and do other things," he said.
President Donald Trump is restarting his 2020 campaign rallies in Oklahoma next week, but attendees will have to agree to coronavirus risks.
President Donald Trump is traveling to Texas today to fundraise and hold a roundtable discussion on police and race issues.
The FBI and DOJ aided local law enforcement during anti-police brutality protest crackdowns—part of a federal effort to keep protests civil.
"Defund the police" isn't backed by either candidate for president, but the idea has been catapulted into a national debate about the future of law enforcement in the country.
Elite SWAT teams and sniper-trained units were among at least a dozen federal agencies set to D.C. amid protests over the past week, according to a Homeland Security document.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser penned a letter to Donald Trump asking him to remove federal forces who have been patrolling protests from The District and raising concern about "unidentified" officers.