The president didn’t make good on his promise to expand treatment for addicts — he just rebranded Obama’s funding increase as his own.
Three sources heard the former president offer this slightly profane assessment of the event after he left the dais.
A supervisor forbid the office’s staff from using the words “climate change,” or “Paris Agreement” in any written memos, Politico reports.
The ‘sweetheart’ deal is dead.
His attorney for an unrelated defamation lawsuit said the political operative was in Washington, D.C., complying with lawmakers’ requests.
Her title will be “special assistant to the president.”
Trump has promised Obamacare’s imminent demise. But two powerful House Republicans plan to make the law harder to sabotage.
WNYC investigates the former Trump aide’s use of shell companies to purchase properties.
Fighting has intensified as Iraqi and coalition forces try to retake the densely populated, ISIS-held city.
It has proven to be a sideshow and partisan sham, anyway. Time for Senate investigation to take precedence.
All the norms the president has already destroyed.
Now, the U.K. has two years to reach a new deal with the E.U. — before high tariffs kick in and suffocate the British economy.
Meanwhile, small-dollar donors are delivering record-breaking sums of money to anti-Trump Democrats.
It’s as complicated as health-care policy, and almost as politically perilous.
We all thought Donald Trump and Paul Ryan had buried health care as a GOP agenda item for 2017. Now there are reports talks have improbably resumed.
A spokesman for Pyongyang called McCain’s remarks a “severe provocation” tantamount to a declaration of war.
The proposed property would be under the company’s Scion sub-brand.
Former payroll workers claim they were subjected to “top-down racial harassment.”
Clinton gave her first major post-election speech on Tuesday.
He’s canceling meetings, withholding information, and refusing to step down amid concerns that he’s undermined the Russia investigation.
The president ran into the celebrity lawyer at Mar-a-Lago. Peace was talked and messages were sent.
The ban will cost him more than $700,000.
Bridget Ann Kelly will be sentenced later today.
California’s attorney general filed a warrant for the activists’ arrest.
Ruy Teixeira co-authored an influential political theory in 2002 predicting liberal dominance for a generation. What does he say now?
It will fall under Jared Kushner’s new office, but Christie says things won’t be tense at all.
They’re “standing in solidarity” with Trump.
The Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces rule bars serial labor-law violators from receiving federal money. Trump just overturned it.
But he may be all talk, no action.
A party without a brain tries to tackle another Obama achievement, and will fail.
In a bizarre interview with the Daily News, he said he was angered by black men dating white women.
The former acting attorney general refused — then, Devin Nunes cancelled her hearing.
He can stop insurer subsidies and create a health-care crisis, or risk a clash with House conservatives.
Security protocols and expenses around his visits to the Palm Beach, Florida, club.
Another Trump ally has also joined the legal team.
He tweeted amid increasing scrutiny of Republican Devin Nunes’s handling of the Russia probe.
Twenty-four-year-old Ian Grillot tried to step in as the suspect attacked two Indian men, killing one.
Black teens go missing at a disproportionate rate — and the problem isn’t limited to D.C.
After failing to get Trumpcare to the House floor, the president has (reportedly) decided he can push two major policies through Congress at once.
The collapse of Trumpcare could be the GOP version of Clintoncare: something none of them will hurry to repeat.
And they’re starting to figure that out.
White House and GOP insiders have been leaking their stories following the demise of Trumpcare.
As many as 200 civilians may have been killed when three houses collapsed after a coalition attack on ISIS militants in the area.
The gunman is still at large. Terrorism is not suspected.
A weird news alert.
A new survey shows well-funded Democrat Jon Ossoff ahead of or even with his most likely GOP rivals in a second-round runoff in June.
Some solid owns coming from the left side of the aisle this afternoon.
The wounded president is trying to make sure his followers know that the failure of Trumpcare wasn’t his fault.
Before GOP can “move on” to tax reform, it must deal with the real risk of an internal revolt against the current budget.
After Trumpcare failed to reach the House floor, Wall Street loses confidence in the president’s capacity to deliver a large corporate tax cut.
Last week, the GOP lawmaker suggested the intelligence community mistreated Trump’s team. The night before, he met with a source at the White House.
The president is finding himself so deep in negative territory that it could really damage his party in 2018.
The investigation into Khalid Masood is moving fast.
Richard Haste was found guilty of departmental charges five years after shooting the unarmed 18-year-old.
She’ll represent the United States.
As part of a broader investigation into Kremlin’s 2016 election meddling.
Blaming the House Freedom Caucus minimizes the true failure of Trumpcare.
With some help from the business community.
The nationwide demonstrations were the largest in the country since 2012.
After a “final offer” to House conservatives failed, Trump and Ryan may be back to square one with a divided GOP and no clear path forward.
Donald Trump, 70, wears an “I Heart Trucks” pin.
The Trump aide has told associates he’s unhappy with the bill and is already distancing himself from it.
Ethics experts will not be pleased with this decision.
The president has realized that he doesn’t actually need to repeal Obamacare to slash taxes, as Paul Ryan had suggested.
Devin Nunes, who worked on the Trump transition, is having trouble letting go of old allegiances.
It’s not clear what House Republicans will do.
This week in Trump’s America: The president is flailing. But how he will respond to his setbacks is far from certain.
Get to know these phrases: “facially legitimate” and “bona fide reason.”