The chaos is harming the president’s efforts to kick-start a sputtering GOP legislative agenda.
State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal says she will not resign despite bipartisan calls for her to leave.
The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach spent $244,000 on rent and food on a previous gala at another site.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, a major Democratic donor, wants to make history by supporting Danica Roem.
“The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over,” the former White House chief strategist told the Weekly Standard.
Staff infighting, dramatic congressional votes and high-profile resignations and firings by President Trump have created not only a tense season but a blurry one, where each day reveals a startling revelation or world-shifting moment. Here is a partial list of huge news that you have already forgotten about.
Missouri state Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal went on Facebook to express her frustration with Trump's comments about the violence in Virginia.
Unions are starting a two-week Rust Belt campaign to push the administration on jobs.
In the wake of the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, politicians question President Trump's response and ask whether he has the 'moral authority' to lead the nation through divisive times.
Locked out of power in Washington, the leaders of the political left, including Sen. Bernie Sanders, are organizing at a level of American politics where they are certain they can win: local government.
The newspaper El Periodico had reported that the CIA had warned Spanish authorities several months earlier of Islamic State plots.
The California congressman says it's too early to talk about forcing the president from office.
The Ohio governor says he is “rooting for” Trump to get his presidency together.
The treasury secretary responded to an open letter from his Yale classmates.
The cruiser was found in the North Pacific 72 years after it was sunk by a Japanese submarine.
GOP leaders see perils in a continued embrace and in a collective break with the president.
The president made no mention of his former chief strategist’s contributions at the White House, but Trump did swipe at his vanquished Democratic rival.
The announcement came after some honorees said they would boycott a White House reception over Trump's handling of Charlottesville.
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The president met with a dozen aides to discuss plans to send 3,800 more troops to the United States' longest-running war.
"Reproach and censure in the strongest possible terms are necessary," members of the President's Commission on Arts and the Humanities tell Trump on their way out.
Democrats said the removal of the White House chief strategist isn’t enough to change the president’s agenda.