Bannon has been in a precarious position before but Trump has opted to keep him, in part because his chief strategist played a major role in his election victory.
The more President Donald Trump reveals his character, the more isolated he becomes from the American mainstream.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will watch what "the foolish Yankees" do before making a decision on plans to fire four missiles toward the U.S. territory of Guam, state media in the reclusive nation reported.
Trump may have just painted himself into a corner after pledging to attack North Korea in the face of new threats.
President Trump has grown frustrated with the lack of progress in the Afghanistan War, USA Today reports.
Unlike "no drama" Obama, Trump can use madness to his own advantage, says National Review's Victor Davis Hanson.
Frustration is mounting among leading foreign policy officials in President Donald Trump's administration as they chafe at some policy and bureaucratic defeats.
President Trump slammed The Washington Post, accusing it of "fabricating" facts about a report last week detailing his decision to cut off U.S. aid to rebels in Syria.
U.S. President Donald Trump will get a chance to patch up trans-Atlantic ties this week when he meets with NATO allies.
Some intelligence Trump provided to Russian officials is so secret that American news organizations are still being asked not to report it. NBCNews reports.
Late Monday, The Washington Post first reported that Trump had divulged highly sensitive information related to ISIS during the meeting.
National security advisor H.R. McMaster said that Trump's talks with Russian diplomats were "wholly appropriate."
President Trump's latest self-inflicted damage is costing his administration the support of his own party.
The latest in a seemingly endless parade of scandals will further erode the president's ability to make progress on major legislative goals.
National security advisor H.R. McMaster said that President Donald Trump's conversation with Russian diplomats was "wholly appropriate."
The Trump administration, already in near-perpetual crisis management mode, scrambled again Monday night to respond to yet another explosive allegation.