Vice President Mike Pence detailed the administration’s plan to establish a Space Force by 2020.
Republican Representative Chris Collins of New York has been indicted on insider trading charges.
For almost 50 years, hemp has been lumped together with heroin, LSD, and Ecstasy, but new legislation could soon make the crop legal for farmers still struggling from the loss of tobacco.
Rick Gates, Paul Manafort’s longtime business partner, testified in the fifth day of Manafort’s federal trial that the two men committed crimes.
NASA announced the nine astronauts who will test spacecraft developed by Elon Musk’s company and Boeing.
President Trump’s repetition of words like “witch hunt” could have a psychological effect on Americans—say it enough, and people might start to believe it.
The Senate’s request for hundreds of thousands of documents from the National Archives could hold up Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation for months.
A judge heard opening arguments on the first day of the trial for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who has pleaded not guilty to banking and tax-fraud charges.
In interviews on CNN and Fox News, Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani argued that collusion is not a crime.
The administration hoped a $12 billion aid package and a new deal with the European Union would allay their concerns. But farm country wants free trade.
During a visit to Iowa, Trump touted his limited trade deal with Europe as a win for American farmers.
President Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker announced a limited trade deal, including increased exports of American soybeans to Europe.
The Department of Agriculture announced $12 billion in emergency relief for farmers facing losses as a result of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration.
In a late-night tweet, President Trump warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to “NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN.”
The White House said that President Trump asked National-Security Adviser John Bolton to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington this fall.
When asked by a reporter on Wednesday whether Russia was still targeting the U.S., President Trump answered, “no.” The White House said he was talking about something else.
During a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump rejected the consensus among the U.S. intelligence community that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.