The Trump administration is probing several high-profile companies’ use of guest-worker visas to see if they are using them to skirt the intention of the law and replace Americans with foreign workers, officials confirmed in a letter to Congress this week.
President Trump called the terrorist attack on Christians in Egypt Friday a “merciless slaughter” that would strengthen the resolve of the U.S. and its allies to crush extremist groups.
President Trump resisted some intense lobbying by leaders of other industrialized nations Friday to back the Paris climate-change agreement at a G-7 summit in Sicily, Italy.
A top White House adviser said Friday that President Trump has no plans to lift sanctions against Russia and might even take a “tougher” approach with Moscow.
Former House Speaker John Boehner said everything President Trump has done so far in office, with the exception of foreign policy and health care, has “been a complete disaster.”
In another stark departure from his predecessor, President Trump used the words “terrorist” or “terrorism” three times Friday in a statement wishing Muslims a joyful Ramadan, a traditional month of fasting.
Rep. Tom Cole argued Friday that Republicans are doing the moral thing by trying to fix Obamacare instead of letting it collapse.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly pushed back Friday against comments made by former President Barack Obama about constructing a border wall.
It’s business as usual at the White House, and traditional protocol and programs continue. The Fall 2017 White House Internship Program application is now open for interested parties, though time is of the essence. The process closes at precisely 11:59 p.m. EDT on June 16.
Democratic candidate for governor Tom Perriello said Friday that the amount of undecided voters heading into Virginia’s primary is good news for his “challenger”-type campaign.
Former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Friday that President Trump did “exactly the right thing” in addressing terrorism during his speech in Saudi Arabia.
President Trump began the last leg of his foreign trip Friday beating back a report that he said Germany was “very bad” for flooding the U.S. with automobiles.
Republican Greg Gianforte muscled his way to victory in Montana, overcoming a stiff challenge from Democrat Rob Quist and an election-eve scuffle with a reporter that led to criminal charges being filed against him.
Senators from both parties said Thursday they’re growing impatient with foreign postal services that do not provide electronic data to U.S. inspectors hoping to intercept packages that contain highly dangerous opioids.
The Justice Department will ask the Supreme Court to review a federal appellate court’s order that on Thursday upheld a block of President Trump’s executive order on travel and refugees.