A timeline of Trump's battle with the courts to keep his travel ban alive

(WASHINGTON) -- Since his first week in office, President Donald Trump has tried to put in place extensive restrictions on who can come into the country, fulfilling a campaign promise to implement "ex... Read More

President Trump gives $25,000 to father of fallen soldier, months after promising to on personal call

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump has sent a $25,000 gift to the father of a 22-year-old U.S. Army corporal killed in Afghanistan in June, several months after first making the pledge during a personal phone call with the family, the White House... Read More

Senate Republican leaders scramble to get Trump on board with health care compromise

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump now says he does not support a bipartisan agreement to stabilize insurance markets in its current form, leaving members of Congress questioning how exactly he wants to change the bill before he endorses it.
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Greg Pence, brother of the vice president, may be running for Congress

(INDIANAPOLIS) -- Greg Pence, an older brother of Vice President Mike Pence, appears to be preparing a run for Congress in Indiana’s 6th District.

The seat was represented by the vice president for more than 10 years before he became... Read More

Trump bringing John Kelly into fallen soldier controversy was hurtful, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says

(NEW YORK) -- Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta criticized President Donald Trump’s recent comments regarding his predecessor’s outreach to the families of fallen soldiers, saying it was ill-advised to point to the experience of his c... Read More

Sessions defends travel ban as 'lawful,' 'necessary,' day after parts were blocked

(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions defended President Donald Trump's third travel ban Wednesday, the day it was set to go into effect, as a "lawful" and "necessary" order that the Department of Justice is "proud to defend."

The... Read More

Oversight committee may subpoena USDA, DOJ over air travel

(WASHINGTON) -- The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee is sending a warning shot to federal agencies and the White House for not fully complying with the panel's investigation into administration air travel.

Rep. Trey Gow... Read More

Nancy Pelosi visits memorial for Las Vegas shooting victims

(LAS VEGAS) -- House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi headed to Las Vegas Tuesday to pay her respects to the victims of the shooting earlier this month. Gunman Stephen Paddock opened fire during a country music festival killing 58 attendees.

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Trump denies telling widow of fallen soldier 'he knew what he signed up for'

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump Wednesday denied telling the widow of a fallen U.S. soldier "he knew what he signed up for" in a phone call he made Tuesday, contradicting a Florida congresswoman who said she was with the woman at the time.
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President Trump weighs in on tearing down Columbus statues

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump waded into a new statue controversy on Tuesday night when he called out people who want to tear down statues of Christopher Columbus.

"We believe we should preserve our history, not tear it down," Tru... Read More

Senators reach deal to continue Obamacare insurance subsidy payments

(WASHINGTON) -- Less than a week after President Donald Trump signed an executive order to halt government payments that subsidize insurance plans for low-income Americans, Senate leaders agreed "in principle" to a bill that would cover the payments ... Read More