Senate set to vote on bill proposed by GOP Sens. Bill Cassidy, Lindsey Graham next week
Some lawmakers are scrutinizing the role social media played in the 2016 election
Warning to Trump's former campaign chairman came after the FBI searched his house in July, The New York Times says
Members of the much-maligned subculture rallied in Washington, D.C over the weekend
Steve Bannon tells 60 Minutes that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Trump to back off his "Drain the Swamp" talk -- and says the GOP establishment is "trying to nullify" Trump's win
With Ohio Gov. John Kasich reportedly mulling a run against President Trump, a look back at presidential primary challenges
On Tuesday, the president said the "alt-left" was partly responsible for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend
Hillary Clinton relives her stunning defeat to Donald Trump in her first TV interview about her new memoir "What Happened"
North Korea has been testing missiles since at least 1984 -- here's a timeline, according to the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
In the first five months of President Trump's administration, drug prosecutions were down 9 percent from last year
Trump's strongest backers like to see him fighting his opponents. Most others dislike this combativeness
"It could be discussed," the president said, "There are a lot of good reasons to do that"
The Arizona Republican helped deliver the deciding blow to GOP leadership’s last effort to repeal Obamacare at the end of July
The agency's inspector general has taken an interest in Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price's jet-setting habits
Trump was joined by Boys and Girls Club children to visit the garden first planted by Michelle Obama
The education secretary has said the Obama rules were unfairly skewed against students accused of assault
"You sold out to the FBI!" students yelled at school administrators
After a routine checkup, Sen. John McCain says he left his doctor only to be called on the way home: "You've got to come back…it's very serious"
A few other countries are expected to be added in new executive order. The existing travel ban expires on Sunday
At the U.N. this week, Trump said U.S. could "totally destroy North Korea"
The Republican runoff election in Alabama between incumbent Sen. Luther Strange and challenger Roy Moore is Tuesday
This week, on "The Takeout," Fran Townsend analyzed Trump's maiden address to the UN General Assembly in New York
President will hold a rally Friday for Luther Strange in Huntsville, Ala., while Steve Bannon and Sarah Palin have backed Strange's opponent
It's not yet clear whose security detail was responsible for allegedly punching protesters as they were kicked out of speech
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee has unanswered questions about alleged Russian attempts to influence the campaign
Special counsel's Russia investigation cast a wide net for documents. Could they include the Spicer files?
Fact-checking the late night host's comments about the Graham-Cassidy legislation
Ambassador to the UN says she doesn't want Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's job
Tech giant was under significant criticism for how it may have allowed Russians to affect the election outcome
The D.C. Appeals Court overturned a conviction of a suspect that involved use of a cell-site simulator, a law enforcement tracking tool
McCain has complained about the rushed process to repeal Obamacare, calling for “regular order” – but he may still vote in favor of Republicans’ latest bill
EPA employees are attending mandatory training sessions focused around the leaking of classified or sensitive information
The GOP runoff special election is Tuesday - and Trump and several of his own supporters have taken opposing sides
During meetings at the United Nations, Trump said that more sanctions against the North would be coming
"We believe this is the right solution at the right time," said Pence of the Graham-Cassidy bill
Department of Homeland Security was pushing for reduction beyond 50,000 maximum-entry mark set by Trump earlier this year