Top Biden aide says she was sent ominous messages that included her home address
The White House said President Joe Biden’s latest efforts to tie Republican policies to former President Donald Trump and his “ultra-MAGA” agenda are not in conflict with his pledge to work across the aisle.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday said the White House has "no plans in the works at this time," but said officials will "continue to assess."
The Trump family's cooperation with the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol -- and Ivanka Trump's appearance in particular -- has proven useful in confirming other key testimony about the state of play inside the White House as well as then-President Donald Trump's state of mind that day.
The White House on Monday outlined a plan to boost housing availability and lower costs for renters and homeowners, portraying it as part of a broader effort to combat inflation for Americans. The administration released a “Housing Supply Action Plan,” which officials said would produce more housing supply, including affordable units, in the next five
Former First Lady Melania Trump hinted that she could call the White House "home" again in the future.
Fox News Digital exclusively obtained the excerpt from "This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America's Future," which says a Biden adviser made the claim in relation to Biden's decision to make Kamala Harris his running mate.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday pushed back after a reporter asked if economists such as Larry Summers were right last year to warn that some government policies were going to lead to inflation. "I wouldn't say we agreed with them then and we don't agree with them now," Psaki told reporters during a briefing. She added that last year's $2 trillion COVID-19 aid package prevented the U.S. economy from "continuing to spiral," and it helped with keeping schools open and other...
In a damning assessment of Russian efforts, Nato's secretary general says Ukraine could win the war.
Russia's offensive in Ukraine is failing and its operation in the Donbass region has stalled, NATO's secretary general said on Sunday.
The White House blamed former President Donald Trump for an uptick in violent crime, waving off a charge that the surge is rooted in liberal bail reform policies.
A former White House economist took the Federal Reserve to task for failing to curb inflation while media leftists rushed to excuse Biden for worsening gas and food prices.