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.
Focus on a single policy could get reluctant Republicans back on Trump's side, Sara Fagen says.
Mitt Romney urges President Trump to apologize for his response to Charlottesville.
Romney calls on Trump to "acknowledge that he was wrong" for his remarks this week about Charlottesville.
There was a reason why it took Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell an entire night to respond to President Trump's chaotic news conference. He was livid.
Top GOP lawmakers either called out Trump outright or condemned racism following his latest remarks about the rally.
The US poultry industry has succeeded in opening the US market to chicken cooked in China, Financial Times reports.
Doing so will correct a tax injustice and spark a prosperity wave, too.
Ron Christie thinks there is only a 50-50 chance of Republicans passing tax reform, and the political infighting isn't helping.
Since Ronald Reagan's 1980 election, every new president has scored a major early legislative victory except one. That's Trump.
Sizzling corporate earnings reports, not the president’s deregulatory agenda, are fueling the bull market.
As both Congress and the president head out for a couple weeks of August vacation, it's time to look back on the first chapter of Trump's presidency.
Beijing has forced a long list of American companies to enter joint ventures or share research with Chinese players, The New York Times reports.
Flatiron Books told AP that Comey is writing a book about leadership and decision making that will draw upon his career in government.
Increasingly, federal officials are deciding simply to ignore President Donald Trump.
It also allowed John Kelly to send a clear message, Bill Daley tells CNBC.
"Donald Trump has a long history of people exiting and re-entering his orbit," political strategist Sara Fagen says.
Democrats want to nix a legal paradigm which held that consumer welfare is the sole relevant metric for making antitrust policy, Vox reports.