Miriam Adelson, a doctor, philanthropist and humanitarian who also happens to be a GOP megadonor, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Nov. 16.
President Trump responded to a federal ruling Nov. 16 that temporarily restored the press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta, after the White House revoked them on Nov. 7.
U.S. District Court Judge Timothy J. Kelly ruled that Acosta could return to the White House, pending a trial, a week after President Trump suspended his access following a fiery exchange with the reporter at a news conference. The indefinite suspension marked the first time a reporter has been barred by the administration. This is […]
Acting attorney general told Sen. Lindsey O. Graham his worries relate to the drug part of the bill.
The Camp Fire has killed 56 people since it started near Chico on Nov. 8, while the Woolsey Fire is devastating parts of Southern California.
The president called the team of lawyers working for the special counsel “a disgrace to our Nation.”
The White House has said the accounting is an essential first step toward the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
The president’s comments follow the dismissal of a national security official who clashed with the first lady.
The news comes one day after the office of first lady Melania Trump called for Ricardel’s firing.
In a statement Wednesday evening, the White House said the deputy national security adviser is leaving her post and will “transition to a new role within the Administration.” The news comes one day after the office of first lady Melania Trump called for Ricardel’s firing. “The President is grateful for Ms. Ricardel’s continued service to […]
President Trump announced his support for the bipartisan bill H.R. 5682, known as the ‘First Step Act,’ on Nov. 14.
Marian Robinson, 81, had a job unlike any other during her eight years in the White House. Now, after nearly a decade, she’s talking about it.
The departure of Jeff Sessions removes one obstacle to the legislation, but the president remains concerned about appearing soft on crime.
After pushing off pre-election questions about House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, many non-incumbent Democrats are still dodging post-election questions about her.
There is no record of the White House removing a reporter’s press pass due to unfavorable questioning, but CNN’s Nov. 13 lawsuit is not the first time the office of the president and the media have clashed.