The Department of Homeland Security is urging President Trump to impose a new set of “tough and tailored” rules for foreign travelers to the U.S. ahead of the looming expiration of his controversial travel ban.
Former Republican presidential candidate and Senate majority leader Bob Dole has been hospitalized since last week, Fox News has learned.
President Trump fired off a tweetstorm early Friday slamming Sen. Rand Paul, Kim Jong Un, the “Russia hoax” and the Facebook controversy.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra plans to announce Wednesday that the state will sue the Trump administration over one of President Trump’s paramount campaign promises—the border wall.
A small Maryland city drew national attention this week for allowing non-citizens including illegal immigrants to cast ballots in local elections – but it's just the latest municipality to do so, in a trend that has some worried the changing definition of 'voter' could erode what it means to be a citizen.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Friday that President Trump's dealings with Democrats shouldn't surprise anyone, adding that “Washington needs to wake up” and understand the president is looking for the "best deal."
Here is a timeline of recent terror attacks in Europe.
President Trump called for a “larger, tougher” travel ban early Friday after the attack in London, calling the perpetrator a “loser” and saying the U.S. will have to get “nasty” to fight terrorism.
President Trump called for a “larger, tougher” travel ban early Friday after the terror attack in London, slamming the Obama administration and referring to the perpetrator as a “loser.”
Huma Abedin’s mother helped to water down a speech then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave at a Saudi women’s college, warning not to mention “political” terms like “freedom” and “driving for women,” new emails show.
Newly disclosed emails expose fresh examples of "pay to play" at the Clinton State Department, a conservative watchdog group said Thursday.
The mother of one of the victims of the 2012 Benghazi terror attack slammed Hillary Clinton on Wednesday for calling the criticism she faced in connection with the tragedy “political.”
Hillary Clinton seemed to add Benghazi to her already-long list of culprits to blame for her upset loss to Donald Trump last November, on the heels of the five-year anniversary of the terror attack.
Hillary Clinton's newly released campaign memoir adds voter ID laws and Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to the list of reasons why she lost the 2016 presidential election.
Sen. Ron Johnson is calling for the release of full, un-redacted transcripts from interviews the Office of Special Counsel conducted with former FBI staffers for James Comey, after initial details from those documents raised questions about the bureau’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email case and the ex-director’s statements to Congress.
In an unusual move, the wives of President Trump and Vice President Pence attended a Camp David briefing on Sunday with their husbands and Cabinet members in an effort to become closely involved in the federal response to Hurricane Irma.
President Trump commemorated the Sept. 11 attacks for the first time as commander-in-chief on Monday, leading a moment of silence and sharing words of strength on the 16th anniversary of that tragic day.
State officials sounded the alarm Wednesday on Capitol Hill about skyrocketing ObamaCare premiums as insurers across the country propose double-digit rate hikes – renewing pressure on Congress to act.
President Trump tweeted early Wednesday that his team is watching Hurricane Irma “closely,” saying the Category 5 storm looks like the “largest ever recorded in the Atlantic.”
Former Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Jr. announced Tuesday he will join the super PAC devoted to electing candidates who support the Trump-Pence administration.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders defended the administration’s decision to rescind the Obama-era program that gave a deportation reprieve to illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children Tuesday, saying that “it’s not cold-hearted” for President Trump to “uphold the law.”
The head of the Chicago Republican Party is claiming the city reported thousands more votes cast than voters in the 2016 election -- sparking a battle with Chicago officials who call the allegations overblown.
President Trump announced early Tuesday that he would allow Japan and South Korea to buy a “substantially increased” amount of sophisticated U.S. military equipment in the wake of the latest threat out of North Korea.
Congressional Republicans are looking to revive legislation that could give a deportation reprieve to thousands of illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children, in turn easing the pressure on President Trump as he faces a deadline to decide the fate of a related Obama-era program.
President Trump took to Twitter early Friday praising his new Chief of Staff John Kelly after just four weeks on the job.
President Trump has pledged $1 million of his personal money to victims of Hurricane Harvey in both Texas and Louisiana, the White House said Thursday.
Sen. Kamala Harris, the California Democrat considered a potential 2020 presidential hopeful, aligned herself with the liberal wing of her party this week by endorsing Sen. Bernie Sanders' single-payer health care proposal – multitrillion-dollar price tag and all.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller reportedly is working with a top Trump foe — New York's Democratic Attorney General Eric Schneiderman — in a development that could signal an attempt to get around the president's pardon powers.
One of the key figures named in the unverified anti-Trump dossier has delivered a point-by-point rebuttal shooting down more than a dozen allegations contained in its pages.
President Trump declared Wednesday that talking to North Korea is “not the answer,” criticizing what he described as “extortion” payments to the regime as Pyongyang’s latest missile tests raise tensions anew in the region.
Melania Trump's office is firing back at the social media snickering that broke out Tuesday over the first lady's choice of footwear for her visit to Texas, calling the attention to her outfit "sad."
The same Democrats who criticized President Trump for his response to the Charlottesville violence and warned for days of potential chaos at a right-wing rally planned for last weekend have been virtually silent on the attacks committed Sunday by apparent Antifa members in Berkeley, Calif.