The Environmental Protection Agency chief has faced criticism over the past week for the cost of his domestic and international travel.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt testifies before the Senate Environment Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

The defiant president attacks FBI and McMaster, blames Russian interference on Democrats and claims exoneration.

Presidents' Day started as a celebration of George Washington's birthday; today, it honors all U.S. presidents.

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Trump tweets another anti-CNN cartoon — this one by the same artist who drew Clinton in blackface

Despite past criticism, the president still seems unconcerned about the origins of what he posts on Twitter.

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Do Trump’s alleged affairs even matter?

The president's supporters probably don't care, which adds an unusual twist to media coverage of Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.

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‘Shut up and dribble’: Fox News host extends Trump’s efforts to silence political athletes

Athletes engage in politics because they are Americans first.

Here's a guide to the many errant claims made by the president during his tweetstorm about the Russia probe.

  • Analysis

Nine times; all qualified.

Trump has long chafed at accusations that he had any Russian help in the 2016 election and has resisted calls to decry Russia's meddling.

A helicopter’s recent crash landing in South Carolina may have been triggered by an unmanned vehicle.

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The president’s failure to gain traction on the plan, however, cannot be explained entirely by circumstance.

‘We’re going to bury it,’ vowed a senior official as the administration torpedoed one of four proposals. Young undocumented immigrants remain in limbo with no congressional action.

At a gathering in Washington, officials ask feds for for more information about the 2016 hack attempt.

Robert Mueller’s indictment of a Russian plot to disrupt the 2016 election deals a fatal blow to Trump’s insistence that foreign interference was a fiction created by Democrats.

  • Perspective

Russian meddling is laid bare by the special counsel. Does the president have a plan to counter the threat in the future?

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Congressional inaction on guns and immigration underscore a disconnect. Polling shows overwhelming support for tougher background checks and a fix for “dreamers.”

So what comes next -- opening to democracy, or a crackdown on the opposition?

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The president visited a hospital and sheriff’s office near the school where 17 people were killed in a shooting rampage.

The National Enquirer’s publisher paid a former Playboy model for exclusive rights to a story that never ran, the New Yorker reports.

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