The vice president’s office and White House dispute a report that Olympic skater Adam Rippon rejected meeting Pence.
The Trump aide landed back on reality TV after leaving the White House under a cloud in December.
Industry advocates have predicted more job losses are on the way as 30 percent tariff sets in.
The former vice president was speaking with CNN's Chris Cuomo.
The president has has said he wants to “try to top” France’s Bastille Day parade.
Trump has fueled a more hostile climate toward reporters, say advocates.
The president argues he is “vindicated” in the Russia investigation by a GOP memo. Now he needs to decide whether to release the Democrat reply.
The president's lawyers are concerned he could face charges of lying to special counsel.
Republicans suggest State Department may have worked to influence the election, says report.
Critics said quoting a Martin Luther King Jr. sermon to sell trucks was “crass and inappropriate.”
Trump ready to release controversial Republican memo despite warnings from his FBI Director Christopher Wray.
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. says it may be a long time before America and Russia can be friends.
Policy outlines the rules for immigration agents making the arrests.
Mueller's team is set to interview the president's former legal spokesman, who has told colleagues about a conference call with Hicks and Trump.
Many in Puerto Rico are still without power and clean water.
The president's legal team argues that Mueller hasn't shown Trump is the only one who can answer investigators' questions.
The counselor to the president argued "everybody who said Donald Trump couldn't win" interfered in 2016.
McCabe’s departure comes as Trump and Republicans step up attacks on the top law enforcement agency.
CIA director says that the U.S. will be able to push back against any attempts from Moscow.
The president will come face to face with illegal immigrants during his address to Congress.
The president's upcoming interview with the special counsel is a minefield after latest revelations, experts say.
The president says he "would certainly apologize" if anyone in Britain was offended.
The president's attitude toward black people is leading more people to say he is biased.
Republicans said the text messages indicate a conspiracy against Trump at the highest levels of law enforcement.