The Latest: FBI pick says Russia probe not a "witch hunt"
President Trump's choice to lead the FBI says he does not believe a special counsel investigation into possible coordination between Russia and the Trump election campaign is a "witch hunt."
FBI nominee rejects Trump claim: Russia probe no witch hunt
Breaking with the president, the lawyer Donald Trump picked to lead the FBI declared Wednesday that he does not believe a special counsel investigation into possible coordination between Russia and the Trump presidential campaign is a "witch hunt."
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo compares meeting with Trump to waterboarding
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo apparently isn't a fan of President Trump -- nor his meetings. In fact, Costolo equates attending one of the president's meetings to physical torture. In response to a tweet Friday night about an unconfirmed upcoming White House meeting with tech leaders -- similar
Insider secrets for perfect guacamole
ABC News' Lana Zak gets tips on how to make the perfect guacamole from Oyamel Cocina Mexicana's head chef, Omar Rodriguez.
'GMA' lunch break with Fabio Viviani
Viviani, the author of "30-Minute Italian," shares fettuccini and tart recipes with ABC News' Mara Schiavocampo.
British PM Theresa May Visits the White House
In a joint press conference, President Trump reassured May that he's now a firm supporter of NATO.
TRANSCRIPT: ABC News Anchor David Muir Speaks With President Trump
On Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, ABC News "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir interviewed President Donald Trump in his first sit-down television interview in the White House. Afterward, the two continued their conversation during a walk on the White House grounds. The following is a transcript of
Analysis of President Trump and British Prime Minister May's Joint News Conference
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Rick Klein and Terry Moran discuss President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May's joint news conference.
President Trump, British PM Theresa May Hold Joint Press Conference
They emphasized the continuing "special relationship" between the United States and United Kingdom.
State Department Faces New Diplomatic Hurdles
British Prime Minister Theresa May is making it clear that Britain does not agree with President Trump's view of torture.