Was the president's tweet a serious threat or just blowing off steam? Whatever it was, the White House Correspondents' Association didn't like it.
The U.S. has become a country that supports torture, so the fight to stop the godmother of the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" program may be futile.
Perhaps members of the mainstream media didn't realize just how harsh the comedian would be at Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner.
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.
The president suggests the former vice president's chief of staff had been "treated unfairly" by a special counsel who prosecuted him for obstruction of justice and lying to investigators.
Gov. Jerry Brown cites the "criminal threats" of smugglers. He also issues a document emphasizing the National Guard's limited role at the border and explicitly rejecting any guard involvement in immigration enforcement.
Diverting money from the Pentagon budget to build a barrier on the U.S.-Mexico border would require the approval of Congress.
Reacting to the poisoning of an ex-spy in Britain, the White House says 60 Russian diplomats will be expelled; Canada and 14 EU nations also order expulsions.
Trump follows up on his 2017 declaration that he would reverse an Obama-era plan to allow transgender individuals to serve openly.