Asked whether special counsel should step down from Russia probe due to his friendship with fired FBI director, president replied, "We're going to have to see"
On "The Takeout" podcast, Americans for Prosperity President Tim Phillips says Republicans should keep their word about a true repeal of the Affordable Care Act
More Americans suspect it will hurt them, instead of helping them, new CBS News poll finds
The bulk of the additional troops will train and advise Afghan forces
Congress faces a packed agenda: dealing with the debt ceiling, spending caps and preventing a government shutdown
Justice Dept. also seeking OK to enforce latest version of ban while case is being appealed; ACLU vows to fight on
The president promised repeatedly on the campaign trail last year that he would move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
Are the animals, a cousin of the llama, considered livestock or an exotic pet? GOP senator is concerned people use alpacas to dodge taxes
The Russian banker at the heart of the investigation into Jared Kushner's connections to the Russian government has had a fascinating life
Manchin tells "Face the Nation" he takes U.S. intelligence community's reports of Russian interference as "gospel truth"
Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson says it was a mistake for the White House this week to further limit televised or audio recordings of press briefings.
Bill Cassidy, Pat Toomey discuss Senate Republicans' alternative to Obamacare, House health care bill
Joe Manchin discusses latest on Russian efforts to undermine U.S. election system, new GOP health care bill
CIA Director Mike Pomeo said intelligence leaks do seem to be on the rise, and people like Edward Snowden are partly to blame
The GOP-led Senate introduced its version of health care reform Thursday and aims to vote on it next week
Democrats are saying one thing, while the White House says another. Who is right?
President Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet for the first time Monday
Obama "knew far in advance of November 8th about election meddling by Russia," the president said
Matt Mika, a lobbyist for Tyson Foods, and Crystal Griner, one of the Capitol police officers injured, were released from the hospital Friday
Voters passed a referendum to raise funding for education, but Republicans in the state government appear to be ignoring them
The office will be vacant July 1, and it's unclear if the Trump administration plans to fill it
Mr. Trump told workers that 1,100 jobs would be saved, but 600 jobs will soon move to Mexico
Johnson & Johnson heir and New York Jets owner has been an enthusiastic backer of President Trump
The FBI is probing whether Jane Sanders improperly acquired bank loans to expand Burlington College, which was forced to close because of heavy debt
The Nebraska Democratic Party removed an official after he apparently said he wished the House majority whip had died after he was shot days ago
Russian diplomats left behind damaged electronics, computers and other gear when they were expelled in December
Melania Trump announced Timothy Harleth has been appointed White House chief usher
Defense Secretary James Mattis will make the final decision on whether to grant a six-month delay requested by the Army and Air Force service leaders
Pediatricians, psychiatrists, OB-GYNs and the American Lung Association are among those concerned the GOP plan would harm patients
On the day he announced he doesn't support the bill, a pro-Trump organization said it would launch an ad against Heller over his opposition
They wrote four letters seeking information about emails leaked in the hacking of the DNC's computer system last summer
The House majority whip was in the intensive care unit for a number of days since he was shot in the hip at last week's baseball practice
Monday is the last day of the high court's term