While headlines, outrage, and days of fury have followed incendiary claims by Trump, one thing never has: any real sense of proof.
Key members of congress want to hear from Roger Stone about his own admitted communications with hackers who tried to disrupt the U.S. elect…
If Trump gets his way, there will be more losers than winners among government departments and programs.
Gov. Baker said he finds cause for concern with many of the proposed cuts in President Donald Trump’s budget blueprint released Thursday.
Trump’s proposal seeks to upend Washington with cuts to long-promised targets like foreign aid and the Environmental Protection Agency.
President Trump called his new travel ban a watered-down version of the first one, which he said he wished he could implement.
The House Republicans’ health care bill’s focus on Medicaid, but most Americans get their insurance through their job.
It’s a question that has perplexed us for months. How do we know when to take President Trump seriously, and not literally?
Hours before it was to take effect, President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban was put on hold Wednesday by a federal judge in Hawaii.
Members of Trump’s own party are openly challenging his claim that Trump Tower had been wiretapped – under the orders of President Obama.
President Trump hit the campaign trail Wednesday, presumably to drum up support for the endangered GOP health care plan.
Senator Edward Markey isn’t happy with President Donald Trump’s decision to re-examine fuel efficiency requirements for cars and trucks.
Two pages of the 2005 return were revealed Tuesday night, but is it much ado about nothing?
The pages from Trump’s federal tax return show the then-real estate mogul also reported a business loss of $103 million that year.
Sen. Marco Rubio says Snoop Dogg shouldn’t have shot a toy gun at a clown dressed as President Trump in a music video released recently.
The Massachusetts Democrat sent letters to Trump and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Tuesday raising concerns.
The White House says President Donald Trump made more than $150 million in income in 2005 and paid $38 million in income taxes that year.
Findings from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office could make prospects for the legislation backed by President Trump even tougher.
The budget office’s estimates provide a detailed, credible appraisal of the Republican effort to unravel Obamacare.
The formal session had been scheduled for Wednesday to consider a $259 million spending bill that Gov. Charlie Baker.