The Golden State Warriors won’t be visiting the White House after President Trump singled out its star athlete Saturday.
President Trump set his sights on Sen. John McCain early Saturday after the Arizona Republican said he doesn’t support his party’s latest attempt to repeal and replace the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act.
President Trump is preparing to add more countries to his six-nation travel ban executive order — though he’ll likely impose lesser penalties such as additional traveler screening on them, administration officials said Friday.
Sen. John McCain of Arizona said Thursday he cannot support the GOP’s last-ditch plan to replace Obamacare, likely dooming the effort and President Trump’s pursuit of a major legislative victory.
Extemporaneous comments about the political benefits of Sen. John McCain’s brain cancer this week prompted the family to lash out at Democratic Rep. Matt Cartwright.
Anthony Scaramucci, the former White House communications director, said Friday that Steve Bannon has “tendencies” towards white nationalism.
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson denied reports on Friday that Nikki Haley was making a run for his job.
Mexican and Canadian companies have dramatically reduced the number of American-made components they include in the products they then ship into the U.S., according to a new study released Friday that the Trump administration says is the latest evidence that NAFTA has been a bad deal.
President Trump will deliver a speech on Oct. 2 about his efforts to cut regulations and to outline more plans to reduce red tape, senior administration officials said Friday.
Sen. John Kennedy said Friday that he’s anticipating a long night of voting next week for the Republican health care plan.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Friday that the Trump administration doesn’t want to “unnecessarily irritate” Congress with the coming tax reform plan.
Sen. Chris Murphy questioned Democrats’ efforts to push single-payer health care on Friday, saying he thinks the focus will be on defeating the Republican health care bill.
President Trump on Friday labeled Kim Jong-un a “mad man,” shortly after the North Korean leader had called him a “mentally deranged U.S. dotard.”
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s spokesman said Thursday that federal investigators’ moves to wiretap him in 2014 and again in 2016, around the time he was involved with the campaign, were politically motivated.
Rep. Maxine Waters on Thursday accused President Trump of collusion with the Russian government and obstruction of justice, suggesting that there’s enough evidence for Congress to begin the impeachment process.