In a rapid-fire series of tweets, Trump unloads over the Russia investigation, days after an indictment charged 13 Russians with a plot to interfere in the U.S. election.
He “has fresh cuts on both his arms. Mr. Cruz stated he plans to go out and buy a gun,” the child welfare agency abuse hotline was told in 2016. But he was deemed safe and "stable."
Groups advocating stricter gun laws are organizing Americans who want to channel anger into action after the deadly Florida school shooting.
The president signs a $400 billion budget deal that sharply boosts spending and swells the federal deficit, ending a brief federal government shutdown.
The measure contains more money for the Pentagon, infrastructure and disaster aid—and balloons the deficit—but leaves "Dreamers" unprotected.
The agreement, which now goes to the House for a confirming vote, does not address immigration, and both Democratic liberals and GOP tea party forces have swung against it.
A leader of House conservatives predicts the group's objections to big domestic spending increases would not be enough to block the Senate's proposed budget.
The president declines to express confidence in Rod Rosenstein, but two White House sources say Trump is not planning to fire the deputy attorney general.
Fresh off passing massive tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy, Republicans want to use the deficit they’ve created to justify huge cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.