The Republican Party, both at the national and state levels, is trying to capitalize on the president's desire for the United States to purchase the island nation owned by Denmark.
As more House Democrats come out in support of an impeachment inquiry, some of them have been the targets of an orchestrated effort by a coalition of the country's largest liberal activist groups.
The news comes as Trump says he's considering tax cuts, a move that would likely further raise the deficit, and a massive bipartisan budget deal struck between Congress and the president that increases spending.
"Given the Taliban's sordid history and ongoing violence, it strains credulity to believe it can be a partner for peace," a top House Republican wrote in an op-ed.
The freshman Democrat has accepted an offer from Detroit Police Chief James Craig to visit the department and learn more about how it uses facial recognition software to catch violent criminals.
The president's son-in-law owns a real estate company with rental properties in the Maryland city that's been cited with hundreds of code violations in recent years, including for rat infestations.
"Denying a visit to duly elected members of Congress is not consistent with being an ally and denying millions of people freedom of movement or expression or self-determination is not consistent with being a democracy."
"I'm sorry for harm that I have caused," were some of the 2020 hopeful's first words after taking the stage at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.
The Muslim congresswomen have been condemned in the past for making anti-Semitic tropes and supporting a boycott movement against Israel.
The Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee announced it will return from its recess a few days early to consider a slew of gun control bills. Here's what they'll be discussing.
The California Democrat accused the Jewish ambassador of having dual loyalty in siding with Israel's decision to ban two Muslim congresswomen from entering the country, a claim that's considered an anti-Semitic trope.
The presidential candidate accused the president of using divisive, anti-immigrant rhetoric that emboldens extremists to commit violence.
"The fact that the U.S. president would urge the Israeli prime minister to bar members of Congress really does a disservice to this bilateral relationship and is yet another attempt by President Trump to politicize this relationship."
"At least three acts of deadly white supremacist extremist violence have been linked to 8chan in the last six months," the top Democrat and Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee said in a joint statement.
"What if we went back through all the family trees and just pulled out anyone who was a product of rape or incest? Would there be any population of the world left if we did that?" the Iowa Republican asked.
The issue of gun violence prevention returned to the spotlight in the wake of two mass shootings—one in Dayton, Ohio, and another in El Paso, Texas—earlier this month.
A top House Democrat told his staff to warn foreign government officials against spending money at Trump properties, saying that, by doing so, they're helping the president violate the Foreign Emoluments Clause.
The lawmakers were flanked by victims and advocates, in addition to medical professionals, that they invited to speak about their personal experiences involving gun violence.
"Give me your tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge," Ken Cuccinelli said, tweaking the poem on the Statue of Liberty to support the administration's new immigration policy.
Although the chamber's Judiciary Committee has not officially voted to initiate impeachment proceedings, Democrats continue to say that they are, "in effect," already in the midst of an inquiry.
"We are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility that are deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation," the attorney general said of where accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was jailed.
"We know the purpose of a gun that can fire hundreds of rounds in minutes," the Democrats wrote. "It's not for hunting or for civilian self-defense. It's for warfare."
"Here's a scenario that I think is real: there's a hurricane, a natural disaster, no power, no cops, no anything," the Trump ally said. "I think if you show up on the porch with an AR-15, they'll probably go down the street."
One of the Senate Majority Leader's Twitter accounts was temporarily suspended for sharing a video of protesters advocating for violence against the Kentucky Republican.
"I can tell you, there's tremendous goodwill for meaningful—I'm talking about meaningful, add that word—meaningful background checks so that sick and demented people don't carry around guns," said Trump, who also confirmed he was speaking with the NRA.
Twitter has suspended the re-election account of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Republicans are furious.
The ad urges viewers to "call Senator McConnell and tell him: America is relying on you to let Congress do its job and secure out elections."
"Let me be clear: You have a lot of talk — ta ta ta ta ta ta ta talk! But In the end — in the end — nothing happens," House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings told reporters.
The San Antonio Democrat has come under intense fire by Republicans for posting a list of top Trump donors on Twitter who are from his area.
Trump will visit first responders and victims' families in Dayton, Ohio, where nine people were killed by a gunman at a bar, before moving on to El Paso, where 22 people lost their lives by a separate gunman at a Walmart.