Congress is off to a slow start this year, and Republicans are starting to get nervous.
House and Senate Republicans are following President Trump's lead by demanding investigations into the damaging leaks that have been pouring out of the federal government since President Trump took office.
President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday emphasized the need for tougher security along their shared border, despite previous clashes over immigration restrictions that Trump believes will keep both countries safe.
The ballistic missile that North Korea claimed it successfully test-fired over the weekend "probably" traveled farther than any other missile of its type launched by the rogue nation, a Pentagon spokesman told reporters on Monday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a polar opposite to President Donald Trump in almost every way, has arrived in Washington keen to build a relationship that doesn't threaten trade.
President Trump has embarked on the most aggressive campaign against government regulation in a generation, joining with Republican lawmakers to roll back rules already on the books and limit the ability of federal regulators to impose new ones.
A new survey suggests Brexit is causing non-U.K. nationals to leave Britain, prompting fears of a labor shortage.
A federal appeals court unanimously refused to reinstate President Donald Trump’s ban on travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, issuing a sharp rebuke in a ruling likely destined for the U.S. Supreme Court.
President Donald Trump reaffirmed Washington's long-standing "one China" policy in a call with Beijing's leader, a move that could ease anger in China over his earlier suggestions that he might use Taiwan as leverage in negotiations over trade, security and other sensitive issues.
Of the many puzzles posed by President Trump’s administration, the role of the National Security Council is among the trickiest.
Not so long ago, the National Debt Clock, perched above the Avenue of the Americas, a block east of Times Square, was running backward.
President Trump’s escalating attacks on the federal judiciary drew denunciation Wednesday from his Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, who told a senator that the criticism was “disheartening” and “demoralizing” to independent federal courts.
President Donald Trump's executive order barring refugees and citizens from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US is one of his most popular so far.
The US Senate confirmed Jeff Sessions as attorney general Wednesday, despite vitriolic debate over his civil rights record and whether he can serve as the nation's top law enforcement officer independent from President Donald Trump.
President Trump said Wednesday his executive order needs to be maintained to provide security to Americans, the morning after a panel of judges appeared skeptical about the legal reasoning behind the order.