As Trump extends the emergency into a third presidential administration, legal experts say a review is overdue, USA Today reports.
The Senate defeated an attempt to repeal the war authorization for the 16-year-old Afghanistan conflict and the fight in Iraq.
Rep. Richard Neal says Bush's tax cuts benefited the wealthy and Reagan's left the U.S. with huge deficits.
"Quite a few" possible 2020 presidential hopefuls have already come knocking for money, the co-founder of distressed asset specialist Avenue Capital says.
The Senate took up the National Defense Authorization Act late Monday, passing a motion that lets the bill proceed and consideration of many amendments.
The Trump administration's recent moves indicate an aggressive regulatory effort to promote conservative social priorities, N.Y. Times reports.
The U.S. is much more divided this 9/11 anniversary than ever before. Here's how we got here.
US policy has utterly failed at curbing North Korea's nuclear program, says Vox's Zack Beauchamp. Here's what might work.
President Donald Trump has tapped one of his own White House attorneys for a judgeship on one of the most important federal appeals courts.
Trump's slippery stance on DACA is just the latest in his weak negotiations, says Ben Shapiro in National Review.
The federal government's ability to work with state and local officials has been "very, very tight," says Gail McGovern.
"The level of preparedness is better than it's ever been before," says Scott Cowen, former president of New Orleans-based Tulane University.
Michael Brown, who was viewed as mishandling the federal response to Katrina, praised President Trump's FEMA administrator.
Brown says media reports that people in the path of Hurricane Harvey refuse to evacuate their homes proves his point.
In Congress, the effects of tax cuts on economic growth is an ongoing debate, N.Y. Times reports.
Here's the real problem with President Trump's never-ending campaign, says National Review's Theodore Kupfer.
Congress needs to step in on Afghanistan, says the National Review's Kevin Williamson.
President Trump will lay out his long-awaited US strategy for the war in Afghanistan in a prime-time television address on Monday night.
Carl Icahn resigned from a role as special advisor on regulation to Trump ahead of an article detailing potential conflicts of interest.
Steve Bannon could make more trouble for the "establishment" Republican agenda outside the White House.