Trump hosts lawmakers for a wide-ranging discussion on school safety and gun laws
ABC News' Mary Bruce, Serena Marshall and Arlette Saenz break down the headlines out of the meeting.
Talked about on stock issue. Senator Feinstein who cares passionately about and on that are right that out. What that we can do that with an executive order a matter right the bumps up essentially write it out. So you won't have to worry about bumps on shortly and will be gone. We can focus on.
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, political director Rick Klein and Katherine Faulders break down the headlines out of the session.
As President Trump's first year in office unfolded, ABC News' Amna Nawaz spent one year with families in the county that had the highest percentage of Trump voters in the 2016 election.
The White House press secretary took questions on the DACA debate, new work requirements for Medicaid, and the Russia investigation.
GOP senators applauded the president for sticking to the party's talking points.
Martha Raddatz travels to the US-Mexico border to examine President's promise of a border wall.
Homeowners nationwide are scrambling to pay their property taxes for next year in hopes of saving thousands before new tax laws kick in.
The new tax code limits the amount that people can deduct on federal returns.
Tax changes are already in the works for the unpopular bill which may present changes in taxpayers' paychecks as early as February.