The Helsinki news conference was the most memorable of the Trump presidency — which is saying something.
A C-SPAN caller just thanked Russia for interfering in the 2016 presidential election.
Even amid protests and Trump’s harsh criticism, May viewed the visit as the best one yet with the U.S. president.
New York congressional nominee Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will be traveling with El-Sayed as he campaigns in the Democratic primary for Michigan governor.
Putin did want Trump to defeat Hillary Clinton in the election.
The Russian president claimed he was not aware of Trump’s past visits to Moscow. But top officials in his government knew about a 2013 trip.
The Massachusetts senator hones her pitch in a reelection campaign that could be a tuneup for a presidential run.
The Ohio governor acknowledged that his dismay may not be shared by most Republicans.
Trump, basically: Any criticism about his controversial meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki must have come from Trump’s political enemies.
The Trump Tower meeting wasn’t about “adoptions.” It was about what Putin raised on Monday.
Trump once again displays his inability to recognize that one side misbehaved in a way that the other side did not.
In separate statements, the top two Democrats in Congress were highly critical of the president’s appearance with the Russian leader.
‘The president must appreciate that Russia is not our ally,’ Ryan said.
McCain: “One of the most disgraceful performances by an American president”
Trump handed Putin the propaganda win we all suspected might be coming, siding with Russia over his own government repeatedly.
Twice in the past week, Trump has suggested or outright stated that his dad was born in Germany. He wasn’t.
A new report argues safety net programs have worked.
The stakes are high.
More whataboutism and moral relativism as the president meets with Putin.
The Republican hopeful in Wisconsin continued a family feud in an opinion piece written for Fox News.
The German foreign minister says his country can no longer “completely rely on the White House.”
It passed the House largely along party lines.
Is it a meeting for the sake of building a better relationship? Or is it something else?
Top Democrats are making health care a central part of their opposition to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
‘Violence management’ keeps America’s wars off the front pages, but U.S. forces are still involved.
There were 1,673 vacant physician positions as of March, according to VA data.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador has signaled a clear change of direction.
Trump’s chat with CBS made clear he won’t lift a finger more than he has to.
Attorneys fees paid by President Trump’s campaign committee have ticked down in the past three months.
The region that swung the presidency to the Republican now looks to candidates who pledge to keep him in check
The president’s boundary-breaking success has prompted a caste of politicians to act, and insult, like him
The president also tried to set expectations for his one-on-one meeting with Russia’s Putin in a new CBS interview.
Crowley spoke with CBS News three days after an unusual Twitter spat with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the self-described democratic socialist who beat him June 26.
Trump’s Supreme Court nominee has described conservative chief justice Rehnquist as his “first judicial hero.”
Many Russia experts worry the novice U.S. president is unprepared for the seasoned Russian president and ex-KGB agent.
Unlike his White House predecessors, the 45th president has eschewed cultural events meant to broaden U.S. appeal and promote a democratic agenda abroad.
President Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy was the subject of one of the Senate’s most contentious confirmation battles a dozen years ago.
Kim Dionne’s book tells us what goes wrong when global intervention meets local needs.
Six experts weigh in.
The U.S. president also continued his attacks on the Mueller probe as a ‘rigged witch hunt’ this week while traveling overseas.
Campaign swing will benefit two congressional candidates who argue that left-wing politics are the key to winning in red states.
There are 187 active charges and guilty pleas targeting 32 people and three businesses.
Day by day, as the hacking unfolded.