President Trump insisted Sunday he will keep his campaign vow to build a southern border wall and force Mexico to pay for it.
Top White House officials on Sunday said they hope House Republicans will vote on a health care agreement this week.
Reince Priebus said President Trump’s interest in France’s presidential election shouldn’t be interpreted as him putting his thumb on the scales for one candidate over another.
Mick Mulvaney on Sunday said it is unclear whether President Trump would sign a funding bill that doesn’t include money for his border wall with Mexico.
Rep. Mark Sanford said a House proposal could help President Trump and GOP leaders move forward with their repeal-and-replace-Obamacare strategy.
Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly said anyone in the country illegally is subject to deportation by law but so-called “Dreamers” should rest easy.
President Trump announced Saturday his plans for next weekend the he skips the annual White House Correspondents Dinner: He’ll be holding a rally in Pennsylvania.
Elected judges in Wisconsin don’t have to automatically recuse themselves from cases involving campaign donors, the state’s Supreme Court ruled Thursday, rejecting a petition from more than 50 retired judges to impose the new rule.
President Trump’s lawyers told a federal judge Friday that he’s not a legal expert and his comments on his extreme vetting executive orders can’t be taken as gospel truth, as the administration sought to head off yet another legal black eye over his six-country travel ban.
The Trump administration put nine of the country’s top sanctuary cities on notice Friday that they could soon have to give up some federal funds unless they can prove they are no longer thwarting Homeland Security’s efforts to deport illegal immigrants.
A new ad uses House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to hit the Democratic candidate in Montana’s special election next month.
The Treasury Department announced Friday that it had denied Exxon Mobil’s request for a waiver of sanctions on Moscow that prevent U.S. companies from oil drilling in Russia.
President Trump signed executive actions Friday aimed at rolling back Obama-era regulations under the Dodd-Frank financial law that cracked down on big banks, and promised to unveil “major” tax reform next week.
President Trump expressed confidence Friday that budget negotiations would succeed in avoiding a government shutdown.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly both stood by the need for a physical border wall during their trip to the U.S.-Mexico border Friday.