The attorney general reiterated that anyone in U.S. illegally could be deported.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, file)

President Trump and his aides are using the government-shutdown talks to press for funding of the barrier.

Trump addressed the World Jewish Congress by video on Sunday night.

Why the president likes Sean Spicer: ‘That guy gets great ratings.’

Under fire for recent Holocaust flubs, Trump will headline Days of Remembrance ceremony

On Tuesday, President Trump, like others before him, will deliver the keynote address at a ceremony commemorating the Holocaust.

Trump has no favorite in the French election, Priebus insists, despite the president’s tweet

Although Trump and Le Pen share similar policy views, the president's chief of staff said, Trump isn't pulling for the French candidate.

Jeff Sessions brushes off criticism over Hawaii comments: ‘Nobody has a sense of humor anymore’

People criticized the attorney general last week for referring to Hawaii as simply “an island in the Pacific."

The attorney general reiterated that anyone in U.S. illegally could be deported.

Mick Mulvaney says he does not know if President Trump would sign a spending bill without border wall funding.

Administration officials and lawmakers of both parties on April 23 discussed funding for President Trump’s project to build a border wall as the deadline for passing a government funding bill approaches.

That includes nearly half of Democrats.

But a new poll shows that most Americans don't see it as a conflict.

In private call with Republicans, the House speaker urged members to focus on passing a stopgap spending bill. He said a health-care vote would come when he has the votes to pass it.

Northam questioned Perriello money given by a global activist group but defended his own funding from lobbyists.

The popular initiative has become a GOP target, seen as a pet project of Barack Obama.

It was Trump's first visit to the hospital as president.

Fake news, hate speech and foreign interference highlight darker aspects of a medium thought to open up the democratic process.

The president is eager to tout his accomplishments at an important milestone.

Lawmakers face a Friday deadline to keep federal agencies funded through the year. Yet Trump is also pushing for revisions on health care and the tax code — giving the appearance of a frenzied search for wins ahead of the 100th day of his presidency.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he sent letters to nine 'sanctuary cities' to provide proof that they are communicating with federal authorities about undocumented immigrants or they will risk losing grant funding on April 21.

Democrats need 24 seats to retake the House. They hope to take advantage of this year’s showing of grass-roots anger at President Trump to recruit candidates.

As President Trump nears his 100th day in office, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll found that a historically low 42 percent of Americans approve of his job performance thus far. His efforts to keep jobs in the U.S. is one area of bipartisan support among heavy criticism of his judgment, honesty and accomplishments.

The Justice Department's threat to cut funding is an odd way to tackle crime.

Reps. Jim Jordan and Michael R. Turner are considered front-runners for the top job.

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