Violence in a few major cities drove the national murder rate higher in 2016, according to new FBI statistics.
The administration enacted new restrictions on foreign travel on Sunday as key parts of its previous order expired.
Amidst aggressive fundraising to support his reelection, the wealthiest president in American history is tapping the Republican National Committee and his campaign to pay Russia-related lawyer fees.
CNN and The New York Times on Monday shed new light on the federal investigation into the former Trump campaign chairman, but some aspects of the probe remain mysterious.
A judge in Illinois temporarily put the initiative on hold while legal proceedings continue.
Veterans of the Whitewater and Valerie Plame scandals recall what it was like—and offer advice to Team Trump.
A Florida sheriff department's plan to check warrants at shelters could risk lives among evacuees and first responders alike.
History textbooks used in New York City during the president’s childhood called the Klan “patriotic,” and downplayed the role of slavery in “the War Between the States.”
Trump picked the notorious Arizona lawman for his first-ever act of presidential absolution.
After Charlottesville, Democratic lawmakers have called for their expulsion, but Republicans haven’t joined in.
Eight Confederate leaders are honored with sculptures in the halls of Congress.
Democratic and Republican leaders broadly rejected the violence at a major white-nationalist gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Once the proper paperwork is drawn up, the president’s unexpected and off-the-cuff announcement will free up disaster funding for cities and states dealing with the epidemic.
The special counsel’s team executed a search warrant on the former Trump campaign chair’s home.
The new chief starts his job with a bipartisan mandate to preserve the bureau’s independence from the White House.
The president’s lawyers are looking at multiple ways to undermine or curtail the Russia inquiry, including his issuing pardons.
It seems to be business as usual for top federal law-enforcement officials one day after receiving harsh criticism from the president.
In an interview with The New York Times, the president said he never would have chosen his attorney general if he knew he would end up recusing himself from the ongoing federal inquiry into the 2016 election.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions expanded the controversial police practice on Wednesday by rolling back Obama-era reforms.
The president added a new lawyer to his staff on Friday, while son-in-law Jared Kushner reshuffles his representation.