On CNN Thursday, senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta reported that President Donald Trump’s aides are giving up on trying to get him to wear a protective face mask, in compliance with his administration’s own public health guidelines for COVID-19. “Jim, you have new information on the president’s refusal over the last few months to [
The Trump administration has won a court ruling upholding its plan to require insurers and hospitals to disclose the actual prices for common tests and procedures in a bid to promote competition and push down costs
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration won a court ruling Tuesday upholding its plan to require insurers and hospitals to disclose the actual prices for common tests and procedures in a bid to
Presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden is looking to assemble a team that will help carry him to the White House next year should he defeat President Trump in November.
White House Press Secretary Keyleigh McEnany said President Trump tries to assemble a 'team of rivals,' when asked why he hired people he later called 'dumb' or 'overrated.'
President Trump felt his former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was a "block of granite" and that his one-time Attorney General Jeff Sessions had "lost his mind."Secretary of State Mike Pompeo passed a note expres
Senior Defense Department personnel who are perceived as White House critics are resigning or facing what is viewed as reprisal.
President Donald Trump explained why he hired former John Bolton as a National Security adviser, despite disagreeing with him.
If the rapper is serious about running against Trump and Biden, he has significant obstacles to clearUS politics – live coverageIf Kanye West is serious about running for president, the rapper and fashion designer will face major obstacles to mounting a serious campaign less than four months before the 3 November election.
Trump culture, on display at his Tulsa rally, is like an elaborate and dangerous alternate-reality game. Key words signal an in-the-know audience.
The televised format is expected to be brought in by October, a Downing Street source says.
'Decisions almost always are made on imperfect information. There is never enough data,' Robert Gates, former CIA director and defence secretary, told senators in 1991