Trump, speaking alongside Jordan’s King Abdullah II in the Rose Garden, offered no details about what steps the U.S. might take in response.
Trump held onto ownership of his businesses when he took office, meaning he makes money when his properties do well.
New numbers from Custom and Border Protection show border apprehensions fell under President Donald Trump’s administration.
North Korea’s cyber-attacking efforts get bolder: Stealing money from financial institutions to potentially bankroll a nuclear program.
The U.S. and Chinese Presidents will be meeting on Thursday and Friday, and there are some issues to address that could make talks tense.
The Senate is set to end decades of tradition and potentially break a filibuster to nominate a Supreme Court nominee.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile into its eastern waters Wednesday, U.S. and South Korean officials said.
Elizabeth Warren said it would be “nuts” to approve Trump’s Supreme Court nominee when the President’s campaign is under FBI investigation.
Ricardo was a green card holder until he joined the Army in 2009 and became a U.S. citizen.
The GOP health care plan was supposedly dead. Could the second time be the charm for the Trump Administration?
Cambridge’s city council voted to ask the House to review whether the president’s business dealings violate the Constitution.
Rallies across the country mark “Equal Pay Day”, the date created as a way to highlight the wage disparities between the genders.
“California Values Act” would prevent authorities from assisting ICE agents in investigation or arrest people for immigration violations.
After the GOP led health care bill flat lined, the Republican health plan may be coming back to life.
With bids due Tuesday on the first design contracts, interested companies are preparing for the worst if they get the job.
Law enforcement officials said victims may be too afraid to report crime and it might be caused by the President’s immigration policies.
It’s apparent that tweets from President Trump can inflame some people, but now those tweets are ending up in flames, literally.
President Trump is warning China that if it doesn’t help solve the growing North Korean nuclear threat, the U.S. is prepared to go it alone.
The Massachusetts Democrat is among 41 senators on record as opposing Gorsuch, enough to block the nomination.
A likely Democratic filibuster has Senate Republicans considering a rule change in order to confirm Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.