Trump said he hadn't campaigned to win the popular vote, but asserted that he would have won had his campaign employed a different strategy.
"There's absolutely no doubt that the Russians were interfering with the election for the purpose of helping the Trump campaign," Andrew McCabe said.
A new edition of "Obama: The Call of History" claims President Barack Obama and his team thought Hillary Clinton "brought many of her troubles on herself" in her unsuccessful run against Donald Trump.
A super PAC that backed Jeb Bush's presidential run has been ordered to pay $390,000 for accepting a donation from American Pacific International Capital, which is owned by Chinese nationals.
The president also asked Andrew McCabe whether he voted for him.
The same Russian trolls who attempted to provoke racial tensions and influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election were also responsible for spreading propaganda against vaccinations.
If special counsel Robert Mueller concludes there was collusion with Russia or obstruction of justice, most Americans think Trump should be removed from office, a new survey says.
The investigation is separate from the special counsel's probe into Russian election interference, but some overlap is expected.
In spring 2017, bullying rates in Virginia areas that voted for President Donald Trump were 18 percent higher than in areas that supported his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.
President Donald Trump called Captain Humayun Khan a "hero to our country."
Half of the U.S. say the ongoing investigation has given them doubts about Trump's presidency.
"The only reason they think I did it is because they continually did it because they're a bunch of scumbag liars," the president's lawyer said.
Twenty-five percent of the students surveyed showed clinically significant levels of stress.
The footage—marked "Confidential–Internal Only" by Google—was reportedly provided anonymously.
Foreign powers have "weaponized" the debate surrounding health care, according to experts.
The narrative of the south as a place filled with people—as Obama once opined—who cling to their Bibles and their guns, is still the prevailing one.
Results revealed that individuals who overestimated their knowledge of political policies were also more likely to believe in conspiracy theories.
The 44th president questioned his legacy after Donald Trump's stunning win.