Already facing long odds and historical headwinds in November, Trump has put many of the most vulnerable Republicans in Congress in yet another nearly impossible situation. » Read More
By: Dan Mangan
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosentein discussed secretly recording President Donald Trump, and also talked about getting members of Trump's cabinet to invoke the Constitution to declare him unfit to remain as president, The New York Times reported. » Read More
By: Jeff Daniels
Former Vice President Joe Biden, who is still weighing whether to run for president in 2020, will be heading to Beverly Hills next month for a fundraiser for his American Possibilities PAC, according to the Hollywood Reporter. » Read More
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In order to finance eight of the submarines, Moscow cut funding for other military modernization programs, such as the nation's surface vessel fleet, according to a source who spoke to CNBC on the condition of anonymity. » Read More
A top U.S. Treasury diplomat accused Beijing of "non-market behavior" and said that the U.S. needed stronger responses to counter it.
President Trump's Council of Economic Advisers warned that taxing gasoline to pay for infrastructure improvements is an "imperfect" system.
Special counsel Robert Mueller told the court on Friday that new criminal conduct involving bank fraud was discovered in the case.
A Chicago bank loaned $16 million to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who is now charged with a slew of crimes.
Robert Weaver's claims of management experience at a Missouri hospital were questioned after some executives said they did not remember him.
Trump has repeatedly criticized Sessions, particularly for the attorney general's recusal from the Russia probe.
Keith Schiller left the White House last fall and immediately started a lucrative consulting job with the Republican Party's 2020 convention.
Trump has tried to balance a desire to take action on gun rules with keeping his political base happy.
Jon Cordova reportedly wrote that Barack Obama would not have won the presidency if he were white and compared Black Lives Matter to Nazis.
Incumbent Democratic senators from Florida, Missouri and Wisconsin are facing major challenges in the 2018 Senate race.
The gunman in the massacre in Las Vegas had at least 12 rifles fitted with a device that allowed him to fire hundreds of rounds per minute.
Sixty-six percent of voters support stricter gun laws, compared with 31 percent who do not, the Quinnipiac University poll found.
U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller stepped up pressure on two former Trump campaign aides to cooperate in his probe into possible collusion with Russia.
A crackdown on security clearances at the White House won't have any impact on the work of Jared Kushner, the White House said Tuesday.
Increasing the gas tax for the first time in 2½ decades is the only way to pay for Trump's infrastructure package, says Ray LaHood.
Americans lately have expressed satisfaction with the prospect that lower taxes will boost their paychecks. Yet that doesn't mean the economy will dominate voters' attention this fall.
A secret meeting between Vice President Mike Pence and North Korean leaders at the Olympics was canceled abruptly earlier this month.
Retailers limiting gun sales will not solve the gun crisis, argues former Walmart US CEO. Instead, legislators should regulate them.
Trump's tweet on Obama follows a flurry of posts he has made since Friday's bombshell indictment of Russians accused of election meddling.
"That spirit speaks to the future potential of what this country can do," the American president's eldest son said in New Delhi.