New documents show Michael Flynn was warned in 2014 that he needed to get permission before taking any money from foreign governments.
In the four years since the Supreme Court gutted part of a landmark civil-rights law, state-level legislation has undercut the justices’ rationale for doing so.
Trump tweeted that “things will work out fine between the U.S.A. and Russia.”
If Moscow had grown accustomed to being the unpredictable partner in the relationship, it will have to make adjustments.
Asked to defend President Trump’s policy shifts on economic issues, the White House press secretary opts out.
A president with so little knowledge about policy and so few ideological commitments can be pragmatic but also volatile and easily influenced.
Why does the president want to undo the post–World War II order?
The simplest explanation for Donald Trump’s new positions on everything from Syria to interest rates? Ignorance.
Lawmakers are finding that their desire to shrink the program doesn’t jibe with the interests of their base.
The state has announced its intention to quickly put to death more than half a dozen prisoners before their lethal-injection chemicals go bad.
Repealing Obamacare and reviving the GOP’s once-doomed bill are top priorities once again, despite a vow to move on to tax reform.
Liberals are hoping for an upset in the conservative sixth congressional district, but the results won’t necessarily predict the future of the party one way or the other.
In a joint press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, President Trump reversed his position on NATO.
His newest argument, that he was talking about Susan Rice and “unmasking,” doesn’t make any more sense than his previous versions.
The 45th president may already be redefining the right’s dominant philosophy.
Ron Estes narrowly defeated Democrat James Thompson in a special election for the House, the first of the Trump era.
Carter Page would be the first known candidate advisor to be directly monitored during a presidential campaign as a possible agent of a foreign power.
Sean Spicer’s comments on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Adolf Hitler drew ire on social media.
The White House spokesman argued the Nazis did not use chemical weapons to justify air strikes on Syria.
The attorney general is standing athwart a long overdue movement to reform forensics yelling stop.
From political solutions to regime change, U.S. officials have offered a dizzying variety of ideas about the goals and methods of American posture toward Bashar al-Assad.