The messaging effort will also focus on advancing Trumps stalled policy agenda and likely involve more trips out of Washington that will feature raucous rallies.
The FBI says it needs more time to consider a request by Congress to turn over memos related to meetings between former FBI Director James Comey and President Donald Trump.
Removing Trump from office would further anger the very voters who elected him, Rishabh Bhandari & Aaron Sibarium write in the National Review.
The Trump Russia probe provides a primer on how to fix the way we investigate presidents, writes Dan McLaughlin.
The issue galvanizing voters more than any other is health care, Vox reports.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz said an open hearing he hoped to hold Wednesday would be postponed.
Now is the time for investors to employ a new strategy to make money, Mark Grant tells CNBC.
The committee said it plans to schedule the hearing for after Memorial Day.
If the Trump administration experiences a Watergate-like event, analysts say, Wall Street should look at the U.S. economy for guidance.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on the White House response to stories from the New York Times and Washington Post.
Trump made the comment while meeting with top Russian diplomats.
The video comes to light a day after a story revealing how former FBI Director James Comey was discomfited by a Trump hug.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told Congress he stands by a memo he wrote about Comey.
Not only in the Mideast, President Trump needs to rebuild self-inflicted strained relations in Europe, Nicholas Burns tells CNBC.
Will Mike Pence be able to escape the controversies surrounding Trump and the White House? USA Today reports.
The Democrat will appear in court at 11 a.m. ET.
The joke came after reports that former FBI Director James Comey wrote that Trump asked him to kill an investigation.
At NATO and the Group of 7 summits, foreign delegations have gotten word that the new U.S. president prefers short presentations and lots of visual aids.
It is unclear whether the Republican president will say the words that whipsawed NATO partners really want to hear.
Factors including increased trading in Japan to debates over the future of bitcoin's underlying technology have boosted the price.