Former White House adviser Steve Bannon will head to Alabama to campaign for Roy Moore – the Christian conservative who is running against the candidate endorsed by President Trump in the state’s Republican Senate race.
President Trump rallied with his Alabama supporters on Friday evening in a last-ditch effort to push incumbent Sen. Luther Strange across the finish line in next week’s heated Republican runoff.
Ben Carson, the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, on Friday praised Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore in the state’s contentious runoff, an apparent break with the president who is backing another candidate.
The Department of Veterans Affairs said Thursday it is working to fire an employee in Tennessee who was arrested over the weekend for allegedly pulling a gun on a pedestrian and her granddaughter in an apparent road rage incident.
The former director of the VA Medical Center in Washington has been fired – again.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday called it “unconscionable” that California lawmakers passed a sanctuary state bill that stops local police from cooperating with federal authorities to deport illegal immigrants.
President Trump, in his first speech before the United Nations, launched a rhetorical broadside Tuesday at “rogue regimes” including North Korea, Iran and Syria – while pointedly warning Kim Jong Un that the United States will “totally destroy” his country if he does not turn back from the nuclear weapons path.
Three Democratic congressmen were arrested outside Trump Tower after protesting the president’s immigration policies in New York City on Tuesday.
The Hillary Clinton road show is only just beginning.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore is consolidating anti-establishment conservative support in Alabama’s Senate race more than a week before voters head to the polls.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned North Korea on Friday that she is more than willing to let Defense Secretary Jim Mattis deal with the nuclear threat from Pyongyang if sanctions do not work.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy is calling on Illinois Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez to apologize for saying White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, a retired Marine general, is “a disgrace to the uniform.”
The Department of Justice should consider prosecuting former FBI Director James Comey for his “improper” and “illegal” actions, the White House said Tuesday.
Gridlock in Congress has not stopped the president from unraveling former President Barack Obama’s executive action legacy during his first eight months in office.
President Trump said Thursday it would be “a very sad day for North Korea” if the United States is forced to use its military to respond to Kim Jong Un’s nuclear threats.
President Trump took his push to reform the country’s tax laws on the road to North Dakota on Wednesday, describing America’s tax code as “a giant self-inflicted economic wound” as he called for drastic tax cuts for individuals and businesses.
Meeting with congressional leaders from both parties, President Trump said Wednesday he has no regrets about his decision to end the program giving illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. at a young age a reprieve from deportation.
President Trump said Tuesday he has “great love” for the so-called Dreamers affected by his administration’s decision to end a program giving illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. at a young age a reprieve from deportation.
President Trump on Tuesday met with key Republicans involved in crafting tax policy, calling for a legislative package as Congress returns to Washington that lowers taxes and makes America a “jobs magnet.”
Most people had never even heard of the left-wing meme-maker until Hillary Clinton gave her stamp of approval over the weekend.
Hillary Clinton takes aim at former Democratic presidential rival Bernie Sanders in her soon-to-be-released campaign memoir, accusing him of “paving the way” for the relentless “Crooked Hillary” attacks she endured from Donald Trump in the general election.
A federal judge has denied Sen. Bob Menendez’s "unique" request to schedule his upcoming corruption trial around key Senate votes, telling the Democratic lawmaker he is no more special than “the radio repairman, the cab driver and the businessman.”
President Trump plans to visit flood-ravaged Houston this weekend as the city copes with the devastating flooding from Hurricane Harvey.
Then-FBI Director James Comey began drafting a statement exonerating Hillary Clinton in the investigation into her private email use before interviewing key witnesses, including Clinton herself, two Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee said Thursday.
Hillary Clinton is ready to talk about “what happened.” But if you want to hear her speak about it in person, you may have to spend some serious dough.
The FBI is declining to turn over files related to its investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails by arguing a lack of public interest in the matter.
Waving the Texas flag, President Trump vowed Tuesday to help storm-stricken residents get back on their feet as he surveyed the damage on the ground from Hurricane Harvey and predicted a recovery effort "better than ever before."
President Trump landed in Texas on Tuesday to tour the damage from Hurricane Harvey and get briefed on the flooding that continues to devastate the state.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore is seeing his star rise in the state’s Republican Senate race despite both President Trump and Vice President Pence publicly backing his incumbent rival.
Sebastian Gorka, fresh off his departure from his job as President Trump’s national security aide, says he will likely take a post-White House role at the populist Breitbart News.
As Hurricane Harvey barrels toward Texas, the president’s homeland security adviser said Friday the Trump administration is readying the “firepower of the federal government” ahead of landfall late Friday or early Saturday.
The upcoming bribery trial for New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez could have damaging consequences for his party whether or not he's convicted, by sidelining him from Congress just as Democrats gear up to fight the Trump agenda.