Yuval Steinitz, a senior Cabinet minister and Netanyahu confidant, called Saudi Arabia "a hostile country" and said deal was "definitely something that should trouble us"
Mueller once again finds himself catapulted into the midst of historic events after appointed special counsel into Trump-Russia probe
On "The Takeout" this week: the Tennessee congresswoman believes it's time for the Trump team to change its ways
The move does not preclude him from moving the embassy to Jerusalem in the future
"Trade is very important. But massive warfare with millions, potentially millions of people being killed? That, as we would say, trumps trade," the president said on "Face the Nation"
A report Monday night said that Trump asked Coats and NSA director Mike Rogers to publicly deny there was any evidence of collusion between his campaign and Russia
This marks the committee's first open hearing on Russia since March when former FBI Director James Comey testified about the federal investigation
Trump ended his visit to the region by saying his "administration will always stand with Israel"
The $2 million ad campaign aims to highlight the new American Health Care Act while criticizing the Affordable Care Act
President offers "deepest condolences" to victims of England attack, calls on "civilized" nations to "drive out" terror
Deep budget cuts expected including $800B for Medicaid and 25 percent reduction in food stamp funding
President's new budget would make cuts to programs like food stamps and Social Security disability insurance
The Maryland Democrat reiterated his call to subpoena the White House for documents related to Flynn that it has been withholding
President reportedly asked the NSA chief and director of National Intelligence to say there was no evidence of collusion between his campaign and Russian government
The House Oversight chairman says that Comey wants to speak with Special Counsel Robert Mueller before testifying
The White House is trying to avoid fulfilling requests to disclose ethics waivers granted to dozens of former lobbyists now working in the administration
Trump confidante Roger Stone says he also turned over any relevant documents consistent with the committee's request
Christie said Flynn was not someone who would bring benefit to the president
The odd-looking picture from Riyadh was met with amusement on platforms like Twitter
Mississippi state Rep. Karl Oliver said destruction of Confederate monuments is "heinous and horrific"
Supreme Court justices rule that Republicans in North Carolina placed too many African-Americans in two congressional districts
Palm Beach officials say utility crews are at the scene to attend to the sinkhole
The president is meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in Israel and made reference to his revelation of classified information to Russian officials
The president became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Western Wall earlier in the day
Spencer's gym membership was revoked after a loud confrontation with a fellow gym member
President Trump fired Comey as the FBI director earlier this month
His lawyers notified the Senate Intelligence Committee that he won't comply with a subpoena seeking documents
The Arizona Republican told Fox News Sunday he was commenting on the administration's handling of the string of controversies
The scandals are mounting, but Trump critics hoping for impeachment shouldn't get ahead of themselves
Following tradition, the president placed a note inside a crack within the wall