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The Latest: Trump to review US sanctions on Russia
A top White House economic adviser says President Donald Trump is "looking at" the future of U.S. sanctions on Russia.
Analysis: Budget shows Trump's trouble figuring out Congress
As congressional Republicans largely rejected President Donald Trump's first budget proposal some said it was the latest symptom of a sometimes dysfunctional relationship between the Trump administration and Capitol Hill.
Trump and the Fifth Amendment: It's complicated
Donald Trump depicts those who take the Fifth as acting suspiciously _ but not himself
The Latest: Trump gets royal treatment from Saudis.
President Donald Trump is getting the kind of royal treatment in Saudi Arabia that must be a welcome change from the tense atmosphere he left behind in Washington.
Saudis welcome Trump with gold medal, receive arms package
Trump presents Saudis with massive arms package as he enjoys royal welcome and high honors from US ally
President Trump on his 1st foreign trip receives honor at Saudi royal palace
President Trump on his first foreign trip has arrived at the Royal Court Palace in Saudi Arabia where he will begin a full day of meetings with the country's royalty. The president was greeted by King Salman and honored with an elaborate red carpet ceremony. A Saudi military band then played the
Kobach says he won't pre-judge voter fraud panel's findings
Kris Kobach prepares to help lead a new presidential commission on election fraud by touting what he says are significant problems he uncovered in Kansas
Timeline: How we got from Flynn's firing to a special prosecutor
The seismic firing of FBI Director James Comey and the revelations that followed show that his interactions – and ultimately, his firing – appear to be tied to the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The retired lieutenant general, who resigned in January, is believed
Lewandowski: White House staff who don't fully agree with Trump's agenda 'should not be there'
Staff members in Donald Trump's White House should be "fully supporting the president's agenda" and should be fired for speaking to the press without authorization, according to Trump's former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski . "Any person who serves in this administration, whether it’s in the
Trump reaction to special counsel measured, says White House
Just prior to the Department of Justice 's public announcement that former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel to continue the investigation into Russian election interference, a group of senior White House staff members joined President Donald Trump in the Oval Office where