Advisers warned the president that there is little support for significant action on gun control among Republican voters — and even among some Democrats.

(Patrick Semansky/AP)

The move comes two days after President Trump told reporters that owning Greenland “would be nice” for the United States from a strategic perspective.

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You couldn't have written this script if you tried.

When Elizabeth Warren met Stephanie Oyen at a rally, her first words were, "We need to talk."


Trump admits his trade war could lead to recession but says ‘I have to do it’

Trump has spent days arguing that the possibility of recession is a media creation. But Tuesday, he suggested it might be the price of doing the much-needed business of his trade war.

A crack in Trump’s ‘poorly educated’ base?

The narrative is that Trump is alienating women. Polling suggests it's really that he's losing less-educated voters.

After extensive lobbying by the gun rights group, the president’s interest wanes.

Jennifer Horn resigned from the Log Cabin Republicans national board after the group announced its endorsement of President Trump.

The Romanian leader will be the seventh from Central or Eastern Europe to visit the White House this year.

Two of the court’s most important upcoming cases involve changing government’s view of the law.

“I think it’s much more appropriate to have Russia in,” the president told reporters in the Oval Office on Tuesday, days before he is set to arrive in France for this weekend’s G-7 summit.

Critics say that the president’s remarks, made in an exchange with reporters in the Oval Office, promoted anti-Semitic stereotypes.

Their departures comes at a time of extraordinary turmoil for the gun rights organization.

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A Pew Research Center study found that nearly two-thirds of Jewish Americans identified as Democrats or as independents who generally vote Democratic.

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How often does Trump repeat his favorite insults? An awful lot.

Federal prosecutors said the pathologist schemed to cover up years of drug and alcohol use on the job in Arkansas.

The president’s remarks came one day after The Washington Post reported that several senior White House officials had begun discussing such a move.

The wife of the former vice president sought to make the case for her husband’s “electability” during a campaign stop in the nation’s first primary state.

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The No. 4 House Democrat has thought for some time that an inquiry is the right thing to do.

Women aren’t expected to receive security guarantees in the initial U.S. deal with the Taliban.

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