Kushner — President Donald Trump's son-in-law — reportedly proposed the channel to the Kremlin at an early December meeting. » Read More
By: Christine Wang
The Wall Street Journal reports that the White House is considering a number of possible strategy changes, including having lawyers approve the president's tweets. » Read More
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. » Read More
The president's chief economic advisor is casting doubt on the future of U.S. coal, saying it "doesn't really make that much sense anymore as a feedstock."
Trump's views on climate change are evolving after discussions with Group of Seven allies, but in the end he will put U.S. interests first.
Americans are worried about losing health coverage under a House Republican plan, raising the political stakes for the GOP.
Clinton, a former secretary of state, warned against an erosion of accepted standards of truth in U.S. public discourse.
North Korea is now the focus of U.S. missile defense efforts because it vows to soon field a nuclear-armed missile capable of reaching American territory.
In Brussels, Trump admonished other NATO members for not paying their "fair share" for defense.
Boehner said he's been friends with Trump for 15 years, but still has a hard time envisioning him as president.
The American electorate chose an inept president. Of course Washington looks less like Washington, writes Kevin Williamson.
President Donald Trump is "leaning to understanding the European position" on the international pact, Gary Cohn says.
World leaders braced for contentious talks with Trump at the G-7 summit after he earlier lambasted NATO allies for not spending more on defense.
Trump told Macron that, contrary to media reports during the race, he had not backed Marine Le Pen and had followed Macron's campaign with great attention.
Recent history suggests that sustained 3% GDP is a tall order, and the U.S. risks inflating its debt if the growth falls short.
House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady told CNBC that Republicans are working to allay concerns about the border adjustment tax.
The struggles of all-Republican governance have handed Democrats growing influence over how policy gets shaped.
The White House budget doesn't explain how the U.S. will pay for the president's massive tax cuts.
Trump did not endorse Article 5, the mutual assistance clause that he was expected to publicly back.
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