The Trump administration’s assault on judges, watchdogs, and the ideal of impartial justice is ripped straight from the modern autocrat’s playbook, experts say
New reports suggest the U.S. has intel that Russia offered the Taliban bounty to kill American soldiers
Peter Navarro, director of trade and manufacturing policy at the White House, initially told Fox News "it's over,'' when asked a question that was focused on the China trade deal
Secretary of State is now "excited" to accept Josep Borrell proposal for dialogue on Beijing.
The publisher described the book by the president's niece as the "authoritative portrait of Donald J. Trump and the toxic family that made him."
Trump answered questions from Hannity and members of the studio audience but always managed to bring the conversation back to his favorite topic: media bias.
Ricardo Sanchez, the former commander of U.S. ground forces in Iraq, becomes the first high-ranking military officer to call out the president for bigotry.
A White House official said Trump was "obviously kidding."
Fourteen city governments say the president’s campaign now owes them a collective $1.82 million. The campaign says it’s not responsible.