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.
Democrats say the #ReleaseTheMemo hashtag is linked to Russian efforts to manipulate public opinion.
President questioned top FBI lawman on how he voted, raising concerns amongst former officials.
It's unclear whether the president was being sarcastic in his tweet and disparaging the FBI.
"I shouldn't have done that," Trump told aides after sending out Sean Spicer to dispute crowd size reports, book claims.
The first lady will not join the president in the Swiss Alps following the couple's 13th wedding anniversary.
Trump supporters found it hard to believe they helped spread Russian misinformation after 677,775 Americans got warning emails.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross may have fallen out of favor with the president.
During the 2013 government shutdown, Trump criticized Obama for his failure to "get everybody in a room" and lead.
The former Celebrity Apprentice contestant Jesse James wants to sell Trump his custom .45 pistol.
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to intervene in several ongoing court cases against the Trump administration's decision to end the immigration program.
In a 165-page transcript of testimony, Simpson discusses Trump's shadowy business dealings.
The president has stoked nuclear tensions, threatened America's allies and denigrated a continent in moves that may have implications for U.S. influence.
The former adviser to the president stonewalled lawmakers on instruction from the White House, says top Democrat.
The National Review is telling readers that "the odds are overwhelming that you'll survive an initial blast."
Experts say the president is adding to a polluted news environment.