(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump made a surprise appearance at a White House event for women on Tuesday, thanking the women for attending and making a brief but wide-ranging speech with points on the economy and DACA.
The e... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's "overall health is excellent," and his cognitive health is normal, presidential physician Dr. Ronny Jackson said Tuesday.
Jackson shared the outcomes of Trump's physical with reporters at the White ... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Four congressional Democrats are boycotting President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address scheduled for Jan. 30 after the president reportedly said African nations were "s---hole countries" in a closed-door meeting a... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Eager to capitalize on a political environment that looks more and more favorable, national Democrats Tuesday unveiled their political strategy as President Trump nears one year in the White House.
“Trump At One Year:... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen faced intense questioning about her memory of the Oval Office immigration reform meeting last week in which President Donald Trump referred to several nations as "s---hole countries," in... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- The note from President Donald Trump's current doctor may be less effusive than the one from his last.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, then-candidate Trump had longtime physician Dr. Harold Bornstein release a letter... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon arrived on Capitol Hill Tuesday morning for a closed door meeting with the House Intelligence Committee.
Bannon is expected to face questions about the ongoing investigatio... Read More
(LARGO, Maryland) -- A pastor in Maryland who had Vice President Mike Pence as a captive audience on Sunday took the opportunity to attack the politician's boss, calling President Donald Trump's comments on Haiti and Africa "hurtful," "dehumanizing" ... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump found himself in the hot seat on Monday after he decided to go golfing on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, breaking with a years-long tradition set by previous presidents who commemorated the holiday by performing ci... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department has long been a lightning rod for political criticism, but this past year brought it to a new level — with a Republican president taking sharp aim at the Republican attorney general he nominated.