The network's case will test the ability of government officials to freeze out journalists who displease them.
Jim Acosta's press-conference question to the president about the immigrants' caravan sets off a heated exchange.
The White House press secretary complained on Twitter about not being served at the Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Va.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders appears rattled in a testy exchange with reporters over the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from their parents at the border.
Comedian Samantha Bee's on-air remark—which the White House calls "vile and vicious"—agitates the culture warriors again while the Roseanne Barr flap is still echoing.
“... There is nothing that could be more terrifying for a kid to go to school and not feel safe. I’m sorry you feel that way,” Sanders tells the boy.
The White House announces the hiring of Emmet Flood, who represented Bill Clinton during his impeachment process, in a shift to a more aggressive approach to the Russia investigation.
A 69-hour closure ends as Republicans win Democratic votes by promising to take up the plight of the "Dreamers" and other contentious issues. But the funding fix won't last long.