Donald Trump may be incompetent, but his characterization of our foreign conflicts as profoundly misguided has more than a little merit.
The president strikes a conciliatory tone a year after deriding the autocrat at the U.N. as "Little Rocket Man" and threatening to "totally destroy North Korea."
The president doesn’t realize he’s playing a losing hand with Iran, which has already called his bluff on targeting its oil sales.
Questions are swirling about the White House chief of staff's defense of an aide he fought to keep in a sensitive West Wing job after the official was accused of abuse by two ex-wives.
One-time Grammy winner Hillary Clinton makes it back to the awards show in a skit about a recording of Michael Wolff's best-selling book, "Fire and Fury."
Lawmakers want answers about his time working in the White House and during the transition after the 2016 presidential election.
More than the insults and trolling, the most damning thing this book reveals is the extent to which the Trump team and the president himself were simply unprepared to govern.
The White House did not immediately respond to the news of Bannon's ouster, which was announced Tuesday.