Senate OKs Pruitt for EPA, first Cubans deported after “wet foot, dry foot” ending, and more from the United States and around the world.
At a Florida rally, he launched some of his fiercest attacks to date on the press, and took in the cheers of his fans.
Trump goes back to the campaign trail, and a “weather bomb” hits Southern California, opening sinkholes and killing at least two people.
Tweet, report, outrage, denial, confirmation, qualification. What to make of the bewildering reports from the early days of the Trump administration.
The military is targeting militants after a suicide bombing at a Sufi shrine.
Trump’s pick for national security adviser declines offer, ISIS attack in Pakistan, and more from the United States and around the world.
In his first extended press conference at the White House, the president railed against his critics and unspooled a series of bitter complaints.
The president railed against intelligence leaks and lambasted the media.
The Bush administration veteran, who served on the National Labor Relations Board and the Justice Department, is a conservative choice who would give the Trump cabinet its first Hispanic member.
Andrew Puzder withdraws his nomination, suspects arrested in connection to assassination of Kim Jong Nam, and more from the United States and around the world.
The president is taking the permanent campaign to new levels with a political rally in Florida—the latest sign that he’s already planning for a second term.
Is the gusher of leaks about the White House the work of bureaucrats who want to undermine the president? And if so, is that a good or bad thing?
President Trump is not the first to make this claim.
Kim Jong Un’s half-brother assassinated, Oroville Dam evacuation order lifted, and more from the United States and around the world.
According to The New York Times, the FBI found that several associates of the president had been in contact with Kremlin intelligence officials, despite months of official denials.
A timeline of the events that led to the national-security adviser’s resignation
Who in the White House knew that the national security adviser had misled Mike Pence, and when? Who will replace him? And what will be the next bombshell?
Drought, climate change, and aging infrastructure combined to create a looming catastrophe that forced 188,000 Californians to evacuate.
The threat of flooding prompts the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people in California, news from the Trump administration, the Grammys, and more from the United States and around the world.
World leaders condemn North Korea’s latest missile test, hundreds of passengers at Hamburg Airport were evacuated, and Parisian suburb erupted in violence after an officer allegedly raped a young man.
A massive herd of whales beached themselves in New Zealand and about 300 have died so far, and a deadly magnitude 6.7 earthquake hit the Philippines.