President Donald Trump ignored a deadline to provide more answers on the Saudi crown prince's alleged role in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. Now senators are coming after him.
On Sunday, Trump's lashed out at the Tennessee Republican for badmouthing him on CNN.
The GOP politician from Tennessee slammed the White House's response to Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
Republican senators have joined Democrats' calls to postpone Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation vote until the woman who has accused him of sexual assault can be heard by senators on the Judiciary Committee.
GOP Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee visited Nicolás Maduro amid diplomatic tensions between Caracas and Washington.
"Look, at some point, Democrats have to decide whether they love this country more than they hate this president."
The first lady's Twitter actions had been interpreted as another slight against her husband.
Trump did not just recently begin using "little" to put people down.
President Donald Trump could see a packed stage of Republican challengers again in 2020—only as an incumbent this time.
Two Democrats added Jeff Flake to the not-so-exclusive club after he criticized Donald Trump.
The chorus of GOP Senators speaking out against Trump exposes deep divides ahead of the 2018 midterms.
Senator Corker called President Trump harmful and said he is "absolutely not" a role model for the country.
The president's erratic "reality show" behavior proves he doesn't appreciate the impact his words have around the world, says Sen. Bob Corker.
One of the top Republicans is becoming even more outspoken against Trump after announcing his retirement.
Tillerson also wants to remove an envoy for the closure of Guantánamo Bay.
In February, the Trump administration imposed sanctions on 25 individuals and entities in Iran, which it said were just "initial steps" in its effort to counteract what it sees as provocations.
The U.S. currently contributes about a quarter of the $8 billion budgeted for peacekeeping missions.
Republicans cite the nuclear activity as a direct result of Obama's "weak" foreign policy.
John McCain and Bob Corker both criticized Obama Wednesday after news broke that Russia has bombed non-ISIL targets inside Syria.