Republicans want to cut food stamps, but they're already insufficient.
The president wants to roll back Obamacare by allowing for low-cost, but low-coverage, alternatives.
“The American people deserve a White House staff that meets the highest standards,” John Kelly wrote in a memo.
A Russian malware attack is estimated to have affected around 64 countries and cost companies over $1.2 billion.
European allies are frustrated with Trump.
But the total number of civilian casualties actually decreased in 2017, the U.N. said.
At least 21 women have accused President Trump of sexual misconduct.
The president privately mocked an Iraqi delegation, it was claimed.
Former White House aide says that things in the U.S. are very bad under President Donald Trump.
A member of the Senate Intelligence Committee argued that the Senate should look into the suspected ties between Russia and the NRA.
“I didn’t go and see him,” Stone told the Daily Beast. “I dropped off a card to be a smart-ass.”
"Thank you, President Trump," former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke wrote.
During his first State of the Unions, the president will display names of donors who have given $35 or more to his 2020 re-election campaign.
The Justice Department renewed a warrant to spy on Page.
The meaning of “alt-right” has come more into focus, and it now includes white supremacy.
The deputy speaker of Israel's parliament writes about his forced removal from the vice president's speech.
A new poll shows an increase of support for violence on both sides of the conflict.
Trump apparently urged Turkey to “limit its military actions” in northern Syria. Ankara says it’s a lie.
"We were one of the very few White House offices that were not political," said the head of the Obama administration's comment line during the last government shutdown.
The Senate has voted to temporarily end the government shutdown, here are the winners and losers of the deal.