Tensions could extend beyond the trade sphere and impact other areas of contention between Washington and Beijing.
The president said it “may very well be a good thing” to confuse Iran about U.S. intentions.
Opponents of the wall claim the administration acted illegally when it repurposed money to fund construction.
Democrats and many Republicans want clarity on the intelligence that has informed what some see as dramatic escalations by administration.
The Russian military spy agency penetrated the voter registration database in Washington County, according to two U.S. officials.
Rosen, a senior Transportation Dept. official, takes the job once held by Rod Rosenstein.
The president also signed an executive order to protect U.S. networks from foreign espionage, a move that appears to target China.
Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar died in 2017 after being attacked by fellow U.S. service members.
A federal judge in California will hear arguments from separate groups of plaintiffs, including 19 states, seeking an injunction to block any construction activity.
“They are getting way out ahead of themselves, and Trump is annoyed,” one official said of aides pushing for aggressive action.
She said The Post contributing columnist, who always championed the United States, “would have been most disappointed of all to see the U.S. response.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is seeking a briefing from administration officials on threats to Americans overseas.
Under the deal, Trump Jr. would appear for closed-door testimony in June, and the interview would be limited to only a few hours, according to people familiar with it.
The House Judiciary Committee wants to explore the curtailing of investigations of troubled police departments.
The resignation comes as the Trump administration faces new threats related to arms control in Iran.