In a concession speech, the Utah congresswoman says the president embodies her party's refusal to fully embrace minority communities.
In a series of tweets before James Comey's first interview about his forthcoming memoir airs, the president calls him "the WORST FBI Director history, by far!"
Facing a Democratic "blue wave" this fall, the Republican National Committee is building an army of staff and volunteers across more than two dozen states.
Republican money man Elliott Broidy quits his post amid reports that with the help of Donald Trump's lawyer he paid $1.6 million to a Playmate with whom he had an affair.
In "A Higher Loyalty," former FBI Director James Comey blasts the president as unethical and calls his leadership of the country "ego driven and about personal loyalty."
The special counsel's investigators are looking into how the Trump campaign collected and utilized voter data in battleground states, according to an unnamed source.
The Republican senator from Arizona says he may stand up against the Republican president in 2020—either as a Republican or an independent—if no one else does.
The casino mogul leaves the post after news of a sex-related scandal, in which he denies the charges. The Wall Street Journal alleges that one case led to a $7.5 million settlement.
Republican officials are concerned about the party's image after Trump's recent rhetoric, but some caution against seeming too defensive.
Jonah Peretti, the media company’s CEO, said Trump’s presidential campaign is akin to cigarette ads—“hazardous to our health.”