A Ukrainian political party tied to Russia had paid President Trump’s campaign chairman for help branding itself as warming toward the European Union.
Mr. Colbert found something he has in common with President Trump: Both enjoyed taking shots at CNN this week.
Around the country, clinics that serve immigrants report seeing fewer patients since the Trump administration issued broad deportation orders.
Since Watergate, the bureau has come to view itself as an essential, and essentially independent, check on the president.
The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, reportedly told the White House that a “super PAC” ad campaign against a Republican opposed to the bill was “beyond stupid.”
A Pew Research Center poll found that President Trump and his policies are broadly unpopular around the world, especially among some of America’s closest allies.
It was the latest in a series of embarrassing episodes at CNN, which has a contentious relationship with President Trump.
The display of warmth between President Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was at least partly aimed at China, which has disappointed Mr. Trump in recent weeks.
Adam Liptak, Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, explains the court’s decision to hear arguments on the legality of the Trump administration’s travel ban. The court also left part of the executive order in effect.
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Mexico’s economy and U.S. energy companies depend on free-flowing cross-border natural gas. Both are scrambling to avoid the chaotic disruption of a trade war.
The president demanded in a series of tweets that his critics give him “an apology” for any suggestion that “T people” had colluded with Russia or obstructed justice.
In a win for President Trump, the court said it would hear arguments in October on a case that sets the stage for a major ruling on presidential power.
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson has found himself out of sync, especially on Middle East policy, with President Trump and his top advisers Jared Kushner and Stephen K. Bannon.
The president’s refusal to acknowledge Russia’s cyberattacks last year, as well as the threat of future incursions, has dismayed fellow Republicans.
Political analysts say last year’s election has ignited a wave of political engagement among Indians in the United States, and that is also driving interest in this week’s meeting.
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Their children died at the hands of undocumented immigrants, and their anguish forms the emotional cornerstone of the president’s signature issue.
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Mr. Ferrell stars with Amy Poehler as a couple who open a casino in “The House.”
The Trump administration began searching early on for ways to free Austin Tice, a journalist who has been missing since 2012.
The legislation aims to make it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to remove poor-performing employees and to promote whistle-blowing.
Republicans and President Trump have said a new health law would make it easier and more affordable to get care. But the opposite may be true.
“It’s been awhile, and maybe it’s time,” the film star said, after asking, “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?”
It was not clear if the inquiry was part of a broader investigation that has ensnared Paul Manafort, who once served as Donald Trump’s campaign chairman.
In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” the president also raised questions about the impartiality of the special counsel for the Russia investigation, Robert S. Mueller III.
The Canadian prime minister spoke about President Trump, Twitter and Nafta at an event in Toronto organized by The New York Times and the Rotman School of Management of the University of Toronto.
After weeks of speculation over his suggestion that his talks with the F.B.I. director might have been recorded, the president said they were not.
Style-heavy and substance-light, President Trump’s speech in Cedar Rapids, at his first rally since the end of April, went over an hour.
The Trudeau government appears to be bypassing the Trump administration, taking its business directly to mayors, governors and Congress.
The “Full Frontal” host is flabbergasted by what she calls the Trump administration’s disregard for the meaning of the words it uses.
The president views Mohammed bin Salman, the newly named Saudi crown prince, as a key ally in his effort to cement a Sunni Muslim alliance in the Persian Gulf.
The Trump administration is quietly lobbying House Republicans to weaken the legislation passed overwhelmingly by the Senate.
Americans who earn too much to qualify for premium assistance could face double-digit rate increases if the government stops making cost-sharing payments.
The president’s statement was an extraordinary admission of failure of his strategy for dealing with the North, leaving him with unpalatable options.
A demoralizing special-election defeat has left some Democrats questioning the leadership and political strategy of Nancy Pelosi, the House minority leader.
The Congressional Budget Office, a provider of cost estimates for legislation, has been under intense pressure from top Trump administration officials.
The company, which canceled plans to build in Mexico under pressure from President Trump, will also invest in a Kentucky plant for S.U.V.s.
On Tuesday, voters in Atlanta’s suburbs will decide the most expensive House race in history — and the most consequential special election in decades.
Military experts say that in outsourcing decisions on troop levels to the Pentagon, the president has abdicated his duty to defend troop deployments.
Some of his allies have questioned the link between his current lawyer and the special counsel appointed to investigate the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.
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Jay Sekulow made the assertion on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” though he acknowledged that he had no way of knowing for sure.
The appointment of Lynne Patton, who planned Eric Trump’s wedding, to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s New York office, is raising eyebrows.
David A. Clarke Jr., an ardent supporter of President Trump, had claimed in May that he would accept a senior position with the agency.
Although President Trump has said he has no active business ventures in Russia, his intellectual property holdings remain a valuable commercial interest.
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A production of the Shakespeare play was interrupted by protesters objecting to a scene where a character resembling President Trump is murdered.
Germany’s chancellor also said that the pope shared her aim to “bring down walls,” not build them, an apparent reference to President Trump.