The leading infectious disease expert has reportedly not talked with the president since the start of last month.
The Chinese government has adamantly denied claims that it intentionally created the novel coronavirus.
The president is stressing that he wants schools to reopen in the fall, despite the ongoing spikes in coronavirus cases across the country.
The 18-time Grand Slam winner criticized the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for changing its guidelines after pressure from President Donald Trump.
Experts generally agree that it's unlikely the public will have any chance peeking into Trump's financial records before November 3—if ever.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin wouldn't give details on what the next round of payments could look like but said the White House does support them.
One of the reasons President Donald Trump lashed out at federal guidelines for reopening schools Tuesday is because it urges all kids to bring lunch from home, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters Wednesday.
Long before he became a president notorious for mocking people, Donald Trump's "name-calling and teasing kids too young to fight back" helped land him at the New York Military Academy, according to a niece's tell-all book due out next week.
A new tell-all from President Donald Trump's niece paints a dark portrait of the first family and Trump's upbringing. It's due for release next week, but Newsweek obtained an early copy of it.
The vaccine will take a different approach than other companies, focusing on boosting the body's immune response by stimulating T helper cells and high levels of neutralizing antibodies.
The president issued the order in 2017 as part of a bid to fulfill his campaign pledge to "drain the swamp."
The former confidante of the first lady is due to release details of her time working in The White House in an upcoming book.
The White House doubled down on Trump's claim "99 percent" of coronavirus cases are "totally harmless," with Chief of Staff Mark Meadows saying "facts and statistics" back up the president's claims.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows vowed that people would "go to jail" over reports that Russia offered the Taliban bounties for U.S. soldiers, during an interview with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani released Friday.
Viewers can tune in for Trump's remarks Thursday at 11:30 a.m., ET by way of the White House's YouTube channel.
Nearly 60 percent of voters say they disapprove of the job President Trump is doing.
The White House called a sudden press briefing to push back on a New York Times report about Russian bounties on U.S. soldiers.
Four men have been charged with destruction of federal property over a failed effort to topple a statue of President Andrew Jackson during a protest on June 22.
After a New York Times article alleged that Donald Trump had been informed about bounties placed on U.S. and U.K. troops by Russian military operatives, the White House said Trump did not know.
The White House coronavirus task force will be holding their first public briefing since April 27 on Friday after coronavirus cases have spiked across the country.
Stimulus checks are still "on the table" but economic adviser Larry Kudlow speculated they'd target people who lost their jobs during the new coronavirus pandemic.
In 2013, Bolton told Fox News that Snowden "committed treason" and "he ought to swing from a tall oak tree."
White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro rebuffed criticism over President Donald Trump asking to slow coronavirus testing down.
"A president may not misuse the national government's legitimate powers by defining his own personal interest as synonymous with the national interest," John Bolton writes in his new book.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said he had not spoken to President Donald Trump in "two weeks," while efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine continue to move "very quickly."
"It's better than their salaries," Larry Kudlow said.
"It's something that we're very seriously considering," Steve Mnuchin said
A new biography from Washington Post reporter Mary Jordan says the first lady wants her husband to win re-election.
"Defund the police" isn't backed by either candidate for president, but the idea has been catapulted into a national debate about the future of law enforcement in the country.
The chain link barrier has been decorated with placards calling for justice and policing reform since it was erected last week.