The president has repeatedly called the special counsel's investigation a "witch hunt."
Trump remains the impulsive provocateur in chief, while much of the Goldman White House contingent is leaving, The New York Times reports.
WASHINGTON, Jan 18- U.S. House Republicans said late on Thursday they had made progress toward passing a short-term extension of government funding to avert a politically embarrassing shutdown, after a day of tough negotiations and confusion when President Donald Trump offered mixed signals on the stopgap plan. The White House later said the president fully...
This race is like a presidential election in miniature.
Even though Trump is at the center of this race, most contestants in the contest don't want to mention his name, NBC News reports.
Here's why the GOP appears to be coming up short on a bill to repeal and replace key portions of Obamacare.
Governors are worried that the GOP health care plan could hurt their budgets. Now muni bondholders can share those concerns.
Governors across the country fear that a key element of the proposed GOP health care overhaul will leave the states stuck with a bigger bill.
The FDA has become the definitive example of a presidential transition gone awry, Vox reports.
Acting Attorney General Sally Yates' firing over her refusal to enforce President Trump's immigration ban made waves on social media Monday night.
Gingrich said that the statement was "a big boo-boo," adding that Trump reassured him in a Thursday conversation, NBC News reports.
In March, Mitt Romney called Donald Trump "a phony" and "a fraud" when discussing the then-candidate.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich tells NBC News that he will not hold a position in Donald Trump's Cabinet. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
President-elect Donald Trump's team is in the process of putting together a government after his surprise victory over Hillary Clinton.
Trump might have won the election but campaigning is vastly different from running a country, says Stephen Roach, senior fellow at Yale University.
As the election extended into early Wednesday, the rest of the world was contemplating the reality of President Donald Trump in the White House.
Should Trump follow through on some campaign pledges, experts see the potential for an explosive four years, NBC News reports.
Rudy Giuliani is being considered for attorney general, while Newt Gingrich is eyed for secretary of state, NBC News reports.
Trump doesn't think he's gotten enough credit for not talking about Bill Clinton's history of sexual misconduct in Monday's debate, NBC News reports.
Bill Clinton may be a great public speaker but if he really wants to help Hillary, the best thing to do may just be to stay quiet, says Jake Novak.