The president has become the Mad King who says or does anything his gut tells him to, while his courtiers genuflect.
Rex Tillerson is on his way out after his unceremonious firing by President Trump, but his spokeswoman Heather Nauert's star is ascendant.
Choe Kang Il’s trip comes ahead of a possible meeting between Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Donald Trump's conviction that being president means doing whatever the hell you please is likely to cause him legal trouble.
Onetime Deputy Director Andrew McCabe decries the move—which endangers his pension—and suggests it is part of the Trump administration's "war on the FBI."
The newly appointed CIA director's career at the intelligence agency spans more than three decades. While her work is shrouded in secrecy, two things are well known.
In a closely watched race for a House seat, Democrat Conor Lamb and Republican Rick Saccone appear to be separated by fewer than 1,000 votes.
The president says he is “watching court cases and rulings” before taking action on raising age limits for purchasing some firearms.
"... They cannot engage in missile testing, they cannot engage in nuclear testing and they can't publicly object to the U.S.-South Korea planned military exercises," a White House spokesman says.
The president and many members of his circle have been influenced by an author who didn’t believe there was a common good.