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Spicer's briefing follows the release of new details about the Trump administration's border enforcement plans.
Donald Trump plans to order agencies to revamp the Clean Power Plan and Waters of the United States rules, The Washington Post reports.
As Republicans debate a border adjustment tax, Trump may be the key, John Harwood writes.
DHS Secretary John Kelly has signed a pair of memos outlining Trump's plans to crackdown on immigration. NBCNews reports.
Trump faced criticism for his recent responses to questions about threats against Jewish community centers.
Trump promises to bring back manufacturing jobs, says Dustin McKissen. Here's the real problem with his plan.
Trump has been confronted with a series of administrative crises while struggling to move the ball on key policy priorities, NBC News reports.
Thousands of Americans marked Presidents Day on Monday by denouncing the current occupant of the White House — President Donald Trump.
North Korea will probably be “the single most defining geopolitical challenge” for the Trump administration, a former NSC Asia director said.
U.S. President Donald Trump caused confusion by supposedly alluding to a terror attack in Sweden – which didn't happen.
In the first visit to Singapore by an Israeli head of state in 30 years, Netanyahu Monday called for greater diversity and tolerance.
Michael Flynn was sent a sealed proposal detailing a way to lift sanctions against Russia just a week before he resigned; New York Times report.
President Trump attributed his comment about a terror-related incident in Sweden to Fox News, NBC News reports.
Former Aetna CEO Ron Williams weighs in on what changes could be ahead for the Affordable Care Act and consumers.
The administration reportedly is looking into excluding re-exports from trade deficit calculations.
A new travel ban will not stop green card residency holders or travelers already on planes, Homeland Security John Kelly said.
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