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In a new book informed by extensive White House access, top officials described the president with words like "crazy" and "stupid."
Trump's remarks about Bannon earlier Thursday were muted compared with the statement he released Wednesday in response to Bannon's comments.
The Trump Interior Department announced plans to offer blocks in the Arctic, Atlantic and Pacific oceans for oil and gas exploration.
President Trump may end up regretting his decision to latch onto such a fickle indicator.
Obamacare insurers are on track to return to their pre-Affordable Care Act performance levels, a new analysis says.
Trump says a deal fixing DACA must include a border wall with Mexico and must stop chain migration and the visa lottery.
A lawyer for Trump accuses them of publishing "false/baseless statements" about the president.
Mark Corallo reportedly left his job over the summer because he believed the president may have obstructed justice.
With the Dow breaking 25,000 for the first time, President Trump is hoping for even bigger gains.
The Trump administration proposed rules to facilitate the interstate sale of health insurance policies.
Top White House officials derided President Donald Trump for his intelligence, an upcoming book says.
President Trump lambasts experts discussing the reopening of dialogue between North and South Korea as "fools."
Rob Portman of Ohio says the yet-untold story of the new tax law is the impact it will have on global investment.
Bannon irked Mercer partly by his actions in the Alabama Senate special election, The Washington Post says.
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the move in the West Wing is due to security concerns.
Trump lashes out at Bannon after the former strategist is quoted as saying the Trump Tower meeting with Russians was "treasonous."
Worsening Pakistan-U.S. relations could lead to a costlier Afghan war, including U.S.-led forces losing key supply routes.
The president's attorney Charles Harder sent a letter to Bannon on Wednesday, demanding him to "cease and desist" any more of such claims.
All actions taken by the special counsel "must be set aside," Manafort's lawyers argue.
Trump signed an executive order dissolving his voter fraud commission, citing the refusal of some states to provide voter information.