In defiant remarks after a backlash, he reverts to his original message.
The vice president will return to Washington for a strategy meeting Friday at Camp David with President Trump and the national security team.
A side-by-side look at how President Trump and Fox News pundits discussed the Charlottesville violence.
On a Latin America tour, the vice president repackaged the president’s threat of military action in Venezuela.
The president's defiant remarks about Charlottesville were a reminder that he does not take instruction.
The Minnesota Democrat wants his party to get back to grass-roots campaigning.
Tuesday's news conference featured Trump, furious at the press, freelancing in self-destructive fashion.
The former presidents said Americans should reject “hatred in all forms.”
“What happened in Charlottesville was a tragedy, and the president has been clear on this tragedy and so have I,” the vice president said.
The list of most liked tweets of all time is dominated by former president Barack Obama, but includes a few entertainers too. Here are the top five most liked tweets.
Trump’s position on issues of race and immigration could pose a nearly existential threat to his party.
Hicks, one of Trump's most trusted confidants, will have a hand in finding a new White House communications chief.
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) told The Washington Post on Aug. 15 that President Trump “has some level of sympathy” for white supremacists in the wake of his remarks about events in Charlottesville.
Republicans are horrified by Trump’s moral equivalence on white supremacy. But he remains popular in Alabama, and they will rely on him to promote their colleague, Sen. Luther Strange.
Hope Hicks, a trusted confidante and adviser to President Trump, will serve as interim White House communications director.
While speaking on health insurance reform, President Obama responded to a question at his prime time news conference July 22, 2009, about the arrest of Henry Louis Gates Jr., the black Harvard professor, at his own home over the weekend.
Polls aren't yet in, but the safe bet in 2017 has consistently been: No.
From the alt-right to Putin and the Clintons, Trump’s “both sides” conceit is nothing new.
- Monkey Cage
White identity politics is much more mainstream than hooded Klansmen or disaffected white men marching with tiki torches.
Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) and judge Roy Moore face a runoff race in Sept. to determine who will earn the Republican nomination to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions's Senate seat. Here's what you need to know.
- Fact Checker
Actually, six of the last 12 presidents can claim a lower unemployment rate.
Politics in deep-red Utah are usually somewhat subdued. That wasn’t true this year.
Strange failed to win the nomination outright despite the backing of President Trump and the GOP establishment.
Doug Jones, a candidate in the Democratic primary for Alabama's open U.S. Senate seat, criticized the president's response to violence in Charlottesville on Aug. 15.