Haley, the former Republican governor of South Carolina, said she refused to listen to their instructions and had an obligation to carry out the president's orders since he was elected by U.S. voters.
Federal prosecutors in New York announced charges on Tuesday against a Turkish bank with ties to a gold trader connected to Rudy Giuliani, accusing the financial institution of a multi-billion dollar scheme to evade U.S. sanctions on Iran.
North Korea released and deported an Australian student after a week of detention for alleged espionage and spying.
Trump's White House has had the highest senior-level staff churn rate of the past five presidents, according to figures compiled by the Brookings Institution, a think tank. Sarah Sanders: White House spokeswoman Sanders will leave her job at month's end for a possible political future in her home state of Arkansas, Trump said on June 13. The White House chose...
President Donald Trump plans to nominate acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, a former Boeing executive, to formally take over the top spot at the Pentagon, the president's spokeswoman said Thursday.
The former U.S. diplomat who secured the release from North Korea of American Otto Warmbier said on Monday Washington should honor its pledge to pay Pyongyang $2 million for the student's hospital care.
Under Kim Jong Un, North Korea has conducted its most powerful nuclear test and launched its first-ever intercontinental ballistic missile.
President Donald Trump called former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson "dumb as a rock" a day after Tillerson said the president encouraged him to break the law while he was in the administration.
Utah Republican Senate elect Mitt Romney plans to submit requests to join at least three Senate committee posts, including the Finance and Commerce committees.
Before the Trump administration began calling for unimpeded commerce and an end to authoritarianism in the Indo-Pacific, both Japan and Indonesia already had their own policy ideas for the critically important region.
United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley will step down at the end of the year, and President Donald Trump has not yet announced a replacement.
The charm offensive includes resuming the hiring of diplomats' family members when posted abroad, cheerleading emails to staff about his travels, and a push to replenish the top ranks of U.S. diplomacy, officials said.
ProPublica found that $16.1 million of political and taxpayer money has been spent at Trump hotels and other properties since the president was elected. Most of it was from political entities such as the Trump campaign but government agencies chipped in, too.
Just last year, Trump and Kim Jong Un were exchanging insults and threats. Now they're on the verge of a historic summit that is back on track for June 12, the president said Friday.
The State Department pondered placing the label of state sponsor of terror on Putin’s government after the attack on the former Russian spy. Instead, the Trump administration continued to treat Russia as a partner in fighting terrorism even as evidence of its misbehavior continues, ProPublica reports.
Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday decried what he called “a growing crisis in ethics and integrity” in American public life.
A White House official dismissed McCain's opposition to a Trump administration nominee because "he's dying anyway," three sources with knowledge told NBC News.
President Donald Trump is set to host a joint press conference with President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria on Monday afternoon.
The DNC announced a far-reaching lawsuit against the Trump campaign, Russia and Wikileaks on Friday, alleging a conspiracy during the 2016 presidential election.
The senator says the Trump administration is harming its ability to formulate coherent policy toward North Korea's nuclear program and other important issues in Asia.