Brexit will be "fantastic" for the United States because it will allow the UK to abandon European trade standards, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday.
The Iowa caucuses were thrown into chaos Monday night, with results delayed indefinitely after problems with an app designed to transmit voter data.
Donald Trump slammed the phone down on UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson who had accused the president of "failing to lead."
The Justice Department sues California and New Jersey to overcome enforcement roadblocks.
Retired Ambassador Marie "Masha" Yovanovitch -- a highly respected career diplomat who unwittingly became one of the central figures in the impeachment drama -- warned about the degradation of the State Department and took veiled jabs at the Trump administration in her first public remarks since leaving the diplomatic service.
A powerful Tanzanian government official responsible for sweeping anti-gay crackdowns, surveillance squads and arrests of homosexuals has been banned from the United States. On Friday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted out the news, saying, “Today we designated Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Paul Christian Makonda as ineligible to enter the U.S. for his involvement
On a July 25 telephone call with the president of Ukraine, President Trump described Ambassador Yovanovitch as “bad news” and said, ominously, “She’s going to go through some things.”
The commander in chief is, in his words, "actually, I guess, the chief law enforcement officer of the country." President Donald Trump made that comment on Tuesday from the tarmac at Joint Base Andrews when discussing high-profile pardons and commutations.
State attorneys general are moving at a rapid pace in their legal fight to slow or block President Trump’s agenda.