White House Chief of Staff John Kelly personally told former “Apprentice” star Omarosa Manigault Newman that her White House employment had been terminated, despite her insistence to the contrary.
Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has caused a backlash, particularly among Muslims, in the region, and the reaction’s reverberated to Nazareth, where the town’s mayor, Ali Salam, announced Thursday all planned Christmas events would be canceled.
Accusations of collusion between the Trump administration and Russia have “been made up by Trump’s opponents to delegitimize Trump’s time in office,” Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
After the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Conn., left 26 dead in December 2012, lawmakers across the U.S. made attempts to prevent similar horrors. Five years later, the results are uneven at best.
President Donald Trump signed into law Tuesday legislation that bans the U.S. government from using products created by Kaspersky Lab, a Russian cybersecurity company, amid suspicions it was vulnerable to Kremlin influence.
From the White House chief of staff to the FBI director, from leaving for a new job to learning of his firing from a television, here’s a running list of those who have left the Trump administration.
A New York appeals court Tuesday tossed out a Republican consultant’s attempt to revive her $4 million defamation case against President Donald Trump, accusing him of hurting her career after he called her a “real dummy” on Twitter.
“There’s a special place in hell for Republicans who should know better,” former senior White House adviser Steve Bannon said on the eve of Alabama’s U.S. Senate election, as he went all-in for embattled Republican candidate Roy Moore.
Text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page in 2016 that have been obtained by Fox News refer to then-candidate Donald Trump as a “loathsome human” and “an idiot.”
Everything to know about Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow.
Michael Flynn’s former business associate told lawmakers that his phone records disprove an anonymous whistleblower’s account that the ex-national security adviser sent a text message to him on Inauguration Day stating a plan to build nuclear plants across the Middle East is “good to go,” Fox News has confirmed.
A senior Justice Department official demoted last week for concealing his meetings with the men behind the anti-Trump “dossier” had even closer ties to Fusion GPS, the firm responsible for the incendiary document, than have been disclosed, Fox News has confirmed: The official’s wife worked for Fusion GPS during the 2016 election.
President Trump on Sunday slammed “the Fake News Media,” which he called “out of control,” after a string of major errors in reporting on his presidency emerged over the past week.
President Trump on Saturday attended the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, telling visitors the venue honors “the brave men and women who sacrificed so much” for freedom.
President Trump on Saturday slammed CNN for a mistake in a recent report on Russia meddling, saying the cable TV network was “caught red handed” in disseminating “fake news.”
The FBI has put to bed a controversy whipped up by liberal critics of Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his contacts with foreign officials including Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the 2016 presidential campaign.
President Donald Trump early Friday tweeted a short montage of his three predecessors voicing support for Jerusalem to be recognized as Israel’s capital.
Donald Trump won’t be in Alabama on Friday, but Roy Moore is happy the president will be just miles away.
A flurry of lawsuits challenging President Donald Trump’s decision to chop up two large national monuments in Utah could finally bring an answer to the much-debated question of whether presidents have the legal authority to undo or change monuments created by past presidents.
Rep. Al Green finally forced a vote on the House floor to impeach President Trump, but his fellow congressmen overwhelmingly rejected the effort.