President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow remained an "active proposal" as late as November of 2016. » Read More
By: Hugh Son
Whether it's the U.S.-China trade dispute, Trump's reported wish to withdraw from NATO, or the government shutdown threatening the world's biggest economy, it'll be hard to avoid discussing Trump at the Davos. » Read More
By: Carmin Chappell
Sunday marks two years since President Donald Trump took office and promised to put "America first." » Read More
By: Jacob Pramuk
The plan comes as Trump faces pressure to end the partial government shutdown that has inflicted financial pain on government workers and disrupted services from food inspection to airport security. » Read More
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office issued a rare public rebuke of elements of a stunning report that alleged President Donald Trump directed his former legal counsel to lie in sworn Congressional testimony.
President Donald Trump said he will make a "major" announcement about the border and ongoing government shutdown, amid reports that the White House could make a major concession on its immigration hardline.
As the special counsel's investigation grows increasingly damaging to President Donald Trump's close associates, and possibly the president himself, it's worth looking at how Mueller obtains this crucial information in the first place.
This year, at least four women, two African-Americans and one Latino have serious prospects for a 2020 bid.
Still, it's not clear whether the administration will move forward to publicly announce a new plan of its own, or wait for Democrats in Congress to bring their own infrastructure proposal out first.
The summit would be the second between Trump and Kim as the U.S. pushes North Korea to dismantle its nuclear and missile programs.
If true, Schiff said, the allegations "would constitute both the subornation of perjury as well as obstruction of justice."
Bill Barr's answer to Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., went viral after a BuzzFeed report said that Trump had directed his then-personal lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about an aborted plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
In a letter, Warren asked why the Treasury chief made the calls when they were no major concerns about stability or financial institution liquidity.
BuzzFeed reported that Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about talks regarding a possible Trump Tower project in Moscow.
Some 800,000 federal workers across the country have seen their income suspended as the government shutdown crawls into its fourth week.
The FDA cannot accept any new funding during the shutdown, now in its 28th day, forcing the agency to stretch its remaining money to last only about five more weeks.
"The two leaders will probably need multiple summits before major progress on resolving long-standing grievances can be made," according to Fitch Solutions Macro Research.
BuzzFeed's report that Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about attempts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow cites two federal law enforcement officials involved in the investigation.
Jim Cramer advises hedging against government shutdown weakness by trimming your consumer-tied stock positions and investing in long-term winners.
The White House says Trump canceled the trip "out of consideration" for 800,000 workers not receiving pay because of the partial shutdown.