Trump is not the first president to be divisive or to court controversy.
There was a 40 percent increase in government data breaches last year, with 72 across American government systems.
The president tweeted out a song of worship written around his campaign slogan by the First Baptist Dallas megachurch.
The Reddit user also made violent comments about Muslims and African Americans.
Peter W. Smith recruited a team to embark on the extensive online search.
Trump Organization head Eric Trump says he's a "big boy" but it bothers him when his wife is attacked online.
The U.S. Secretary of State lost it over interference in hiring of staffers.
The senators reasons for opposing the bill are varied and sometimes even in direct opposition to one another.
A threat of military action against Syria's Bashar al-Assad caught many military officials off guard.
Host Brit Hume followed other figures who suggested that even if collusion were proven, it wouldn't be a crime.
Former Iowa governor Terry Branstad remains hopeful Xi Jinping can combat threat of Kim Jong-un.
Trump has the richest Cabinet in history, with a combined net worth of at least $13 billion.
The fallout of Trump's disregard for the 70-year-long military alliance is offering Vladimir Putin an opportunity, according to a top ex-diplomat.
Senator Angus King estimates the probe is only a fifth of the way to completion.
Analysts estimate that $100 billion is diverted from the American government's pocket every year as a result of corporate tax avoidance.
The White House plans to push congress to make changes to bill to strengthen sanctions against Russia.
Jones says Kelly told him it would be a "softball profile" without questions about the Sandy Hook and Pizzagate conspiracy theories.
Amid president and speaker Ryan's calls for unity, some Republicans are calling out violence on the left.
President Donald Trump calls a GOP bill that he once praised "mean."
The group of Democrats alleges that payments to Trump Organization are illegal.
Those who have worked with or taught the former FBI director are defending him from attacks out of the Trump administration.
Broadcaster says it's going ahead with the segment because the founder of the "alt-right" website InfoWars "has the ear of the president."
The president gave Priebus the ultimatum just days after returning to Washington from a nine-day foreign trip in May.