After a spate of tweets on other subjects over the weekend, the president turned on Monday to the mosque massacres.
The Iowa Republican broached the subject in a Saturday Facebook post — a bizarre meme of two fighting Frankenstein figures, one red and one blue.
The new presidential candidate’s campaign is as thin as it is wealthy
Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said he was encouraged by the responses from the panel’s document requests to confidants of Trump, business associates and White House officials.
About that poll claiming 50 percent think the Mueller investigation is a “witch hunt.”
Perhaps the unusually prolific tweeting on a Sunday came about because of the rough week the president had.
The Christian County Republican Central Committee disinvited Blunt after he backed a resolution disapproving of President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency along the U.S.-Mexico border, the Kansas City Star reported.
A flooded air force base contrasts poorly with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's dismissiveness.
Some justices wonder whether Richmond’s House Republicans have the right to appeal a lower-court ruling.
House and Senate Intelligence and Judiciary committees ask FBI to investigate Li “Cindy” Yang, founder of day spa that was embroiled in a high-profile prostitution sting.
At a naturalization ceremony at the Bush Institute in Dallas, the former president delivered a message that sharply contrasted with President Trump’s rhetoric on immigration.
The justices turned down pleas from a death-row inmate claiming a juror in his case was racist.
During Monday’s episode of “The View,” the daughter of the late senator John McCain said the president will “never be a great man.”
A poll shows how strong opinions are among the network's viewers.
According to the latest-available data, the NSA in 2017 collected more than 530 million call detail records linked to 40 “targets.”
After the president implicated McCain in an alleged pre-election plot to take him down, Graham offered the softest of rebukes.
When it comes to aircraft, Boeing has long been the government’s favorite.
The tone and focus are wildly different.
In a series of tweets Monday, George Conway suggested that the president could be suffering from “narcissistic personality disorder” and “antisocial personality disorder.”
The total is more than any other Democratic presidential hopeful — and that's not the only way in which it's exceptional.
Mick Mulvaney is out of touch with the American people.