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An aide shouted, "Don't look," as Trump looked up without eye protection, multiple sources reported.
Republicans may be committed to getting tax reform done, but Pimco's Libby Cantrill warned that getting reform enacted is "difficult."
The big question about the Afghanistan speech is if Trump can give a "thoughtful, grown-up president's speech," strategist Mike Murphy said.
Elevation Partners Co-Founder says you can't paint Trump as pro-business, but you can paint him as pro-"essentially white nationalist."
Mitch McConnell on Monday insisted the U.S. government will raise the debt ceiling and avoid defaulting on its debt.
Trump's decision on whether to ramp up troops comes after he heavily criticized the conflict in Afghanistan.
Steve Bannon is only going to make an already precarious legislative schedule more difficult, Michael Steele says.
Stephen K. Bannon left Trump's White House and immediately returned to Breitbart News, N.Y. Times reports.
The Secret Service can no longer afford to pay agents due to the sheer size of President Trump's family and the need to secure their multiple residences.
Losing the famous U.S. brand to China may not be acceptable to Washington.
U.S. Treasury yields fell Monday, as investors watched for more news surrounding the state of the current U.S. administration.
China on Monday expressed "strong dissatisfaction" with the U.S. launch of an investigation into China's alleged theft of U.S. intellectual property.
European markets closed lower on Monday amid persistent geopolitical uncertainty, though mining stocks helped to limit losses.
Fewer U.S. soldiers are participating in drills with South Korea in what analysts call a strategic move to calm tensions with Pyongyang.
Students are heading back to college campuses, posing a challenge for how to protect their free speech — and their safety.
Trump is going to consider whether or not to revoke the protection of two dozen national monuments—something no US president has ever done.
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