Lawmakers questioned why HUD kicked off a funding process for 17 states affected by disasters — but left out Puerto Rico. Two top officials with the Department of Housing and Urban Development admitted
White House and Justice Department officials were angered Thursday after a combative news briefing by acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney in which he insisted President Trump did nothing inappropriate,
Trump administration issues plan to lift limits on logging in the largest intact temperate rainforest in North America
President Trump ordered a reversal of the longstanding limits on tree cutting in the Tongass National Forest at the request of Alaska’s top elected officials, on the grounds that it will boost the local
A president who rose to political prominence on birtherism — and then won the White House obsessed with Hillary Clinton’s emails — is latching on to scraps of conspiracy theories to build his defense impeachment.
This is a serious question: What can a black person do to keep from getting killed by police in this country? Driving-while-black has long been potentially a capital offense, as witnessed by the case Philando
The Trump National Doral clubhouse in Florida is seen in 2016. | Wilfredo Lee/AP Photo The White House Correspondents’ Association on Sunday night condemned “a video reportedly shown” at a pro-Trump event
The longtime conservative commentator says the GOP could be looking at a historic defeat in 2020. George Will has a warning for Republican lawmakers: If you don’t stand up to President Donald Trump, you
At least four national security officials raised alarms about Ukraine policy before and after Trump call with Ukrainian
The nature and timing of the previously undisclosed discussions with National Security Council legal adviser John Eisenberg indicate that officials were delivering warnings through official White House
House Democrats subpoena Perry, Giuliani associates; Trump to hold first campaign rally since impeachment inquiry launch
House investigators issued subpoenas Thursday to Energy Secretary Rick Perry and two associates of President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani, seeking “key documents” that have not been produced
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article misspelled the surname of the White House counsel. He is Pat A. Cipollone, not Cippolone. WASHINGTON
Move by Trump administration could make it harder for poor migrants to enter the U.S. WASHINGTON—The White House issued a presidential proclamation on Friday night requiring many future immigrant visa
Attorney General William P. Barr has held private meetings overseas with foreign intelligence officials seeking their help in a Justice Department inquiry that President Trump hopes will discredit U.S.
When then-Vice President Joe Biden’s son joined the board of an obscure Ukrainian gas company half a decade ago, it was a stunning coup for its owner, a former Ukrainian minister working to remake the
The two-day conference is sponsored by Russia and the Moscow-based Eurasian Economic Union, a trade alliance launched by Putin in 2014 as a counterweight to the European Union. According to an agenda the
The chairmen of three powerful House committees subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents related to their investigation into President Trump’s controversial call with the leader of Ukraine.
The unusual move ratchets up the Trump administration’s ongoing assault on the nation’s most populous state, a multipronged campaign that California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has described as “weaponizing”
The whistleblower’s identity remains obscured, the details of his work for the CIA cloaked in secrecy. But the document he delivered reveals almost as much about the investigative mission he carried out
We finally know what President Trump talked about in that July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, thanks to a rough transcript released by the White House on Wednesday. The idea
Acting director of national intelligence threatened to resign if he couldn’t speak freely before Congress on whistleblower
The officials said Joseph Maguire, who was thrust into the top intelligence post last month, warned the White House that he was not willing to withhold information from Congress, where he is scheduled