"Good news about the release of the American hostage from Venezuela," President Trump tweeted
How a once obscure New York lawyer and fixer became one of the biggest celebrities of the Trump era
Veteran "60 Minutes" correspondent says Trump admitted attacking press so "no one will believe" negative stories about him
In midterms, Bernie Sanders carries influence for Democrats; Republicans want candidates close to Trump
"If you were to out or to burn such an agent, that person's life could be in jeopardy," warned Warner
Here are the places and races Democrats would need to win to change the balance of the power in the House
Democrats have a chance of winning back the Senate, but only if they can defend a host of vulnerable incumbents
The White House considers anxiety about the president's temperament and nuclear weapons misplaced – but what is legal is a very real topic
North Korea has been testing missiles since at least 1984 -- here's a timeline, according to the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
The FBI prepared a secret 20-page analysis of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. a month before he was assassinated
President Trump welcomed Holt in the Oval Office, saying it was a "very tough ordeal"
It was just the latest setback for President Trump's former campaign chairman
President Trump claimed The New York Times quoted a White House official who "doesn't exist," but the comments were made in briefing with dozens of reporters listening
President Trump has made unproven claims about FBI misconduct and political bias
"The White House pre-advance team for Singapore will leave as scheduled in order to prepare should the summit take place," she said Saturday
The trend in the lower courts has favored extending civil rights protections to LGBT employees and students. Their prospects at the Supreme Court may be harder to discern
EPA officials worked with the conservative Heartland Institute to rally people for hearings, counter media coverage and promote EPA chief Scott Pruitt
Donald Trump Jr. posted on Instagram he had a "crazy drop-off in new followers"
Cohen discussed U.S.-Russia relations with Viktor Vekselberg, the biggest investor in a company that gave Cohen a $1 million contract, according to the New York Times
Sanctions that the U.S. imposed a month ago threatened to put the mobile phone maker out of business
The ACLU report, based on border patrol documents, says children have alleged physical violence and neglect
Some observers suggest the Russian leader might seek to have the constitution changed
Cmdr. Alfredo Sanchez pleaded guilty to dereliction of duty
"We express our willingness to sit down face-to-face with the U.S. and resolve issues anytime and in any format"
The president also said he doesn't know "anything about" the Harvey Weinstein case
EPA chief Scott Pruitt's security spending is nearly double that of his predecessors
Michael Avenatti is trying, again, to depose the president in court
President Trump called North Korea's reaction "warm and productive"
Promises of Kim Jong Un's family have been broken over the decades many times, and this is nothing new, Cory Gardner says
This week on "The Takeout," Karen Durham-Aguilera, executive director Army National Military Cemeteries, talks with Major Garrett about how the cemetery may change the standards for burial at Arlington
One White House official called it "a trail of broken promises"
Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Charlie LeDuff says a common rage has led America to the brink
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