Been there, got the T-shirt.
"Maybe, eventually, we'll solve the problem so [people] won't have to be so on edge," the president added.
Authorities said all the passengers were now accounted for.
Peter Strzok sent text messages to his lover that showed his negative views about the president.
New tax filings from the charity confirm report that charity paid president's properties for services that could have been offered for free.
Although not among the largest trade partners for the U.S., sub-Saharan Africa, El Salvador and Haiti are significant as Trump fumes over immigration reform.
The president speculated about a surveillance law being used on his campaign before realizing his administration supports it.
Missouri's Republican governor has apologized after a broadcast accused him of blackmail.
In an urgent message about the 2018 midterms Democrats warn of a "clear" threat from Moscow to U.S. national security.
The president's plan to subsidize coal and nuclear power would interfere with free markets, says energy market regulator.
The senator says Congress needs to protect 200,000 who sought safety in the U.S.
Staff should beware of laws against using the government to help and hurt media companies, experts say.
Republicans called for Sessions to step down this week; other critics say his position in the Department of Justice "isn't tenable."
If Americans heard private testimony in the Russia investigation probe, they would be "very troubled," says Representative Joaquin Castro.
A lawsuit could make revelations in a new book even worse for the Trump administration.
Tweets threatening political rivals, North Korea, Pakistan and others pose a threat to America, say experts.
A Hollywood campaign to help women fight sexual harassment is a "craven attempt by Hollywood leftists" to politic against Trump, said Laura Ingraham.
Political research firm calls for Congress to release their testimony in Russia investigation.