The White House on Friday agreed to disclose ethics waivers for executive branch officials, ending a standoff with a federal ethics watchdog agency.
A former US ambassador to NATO who has served in both Bush administrations and under President Clinton issued a strong rebuke Friday night of President Trump's relationship with Russia.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says he is considering expanding the ban on large electronics in airplane cabins.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law and trusted aide Jared Kushner may have discussed creating a secret communications channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin with Russia's ambassador Sergei Kislyak, The Washington Post reported Friday, citing US officials briefed on intelligence reports.
The Trump administration has approved intensified screening measures for visa applicants trying to reach the U.S.
Linwood Michael Kaine faces misdemeanor charges in Minnesota after an incident at a pro-Donald Trump rally in March.
A federal judge in Virginia overturned the two life sentences of Washington-area sniper Lee Boyd Malvo on Friday, more than a decade after he was originally sentenced as a teenager.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos oversees a student debt program, hardly mentioned in a recent hearing.
Two Chinese J-10 fighter jets conducted unsafe maneuvers while intercepting a US surveillance aircraft that was operating in international airspace near the South China Sea, according to the Navy.
President Donald Trump's statement expressly referenced this week's terrorist attack in Manchester, calling the bombing at a concert "directly contrary to the spirit of Ramadan."
Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Friday that the American public would "never leave the house" if they knew what he knew about terrorist threats.
Sean Hannity closed a controversial week of by taking a vacation. When he gets back next week, he'll have less sponsors.
Rep. Devin Nunes, who stepped aside from leading the House intelligence committee's Russia probe under a cloud of controversy, still is in charge of a key decision: Whether to issue subpoenas to obtain records and testimony central to the investigation.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly defended the uptick in immigration arrests by his agents with colorful language in an interview with FOX News Friday morning.
World leaders gathered here engaged in a heated argument over combating climate change, a major point of dispute between G7 heads of state and President Donald Trump, who is considering withdrawing from the landmark Paris climate accord.
Alabama -- one of the Southern states steeped in controversy over the public display of Confederate monuments -- now has a law protecting these and other old landmarks.
Back on campus 48 years later, Hillary Clinton didn't hold back.
Then-FBI Director James Comey knew that a critical piece of information relating to the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email was fake -- created by Russian intelligence -- but he feared that if it became public it would undermine the probe and the Justice Department itself, according to multiple officials with knowledge of the process.
Pediatricians. Doctors at veterans hospitals. Public defenders. Legal aid lawyers.
The heavyweights of Silicon Valley are pushing for government surveillance reform.
By all accounts, Melania Trump has come out of her shell on this, her debut trip abroad as first lady of the United States. She has been by her husband's side, but she's also branched out on her own, visiting schools and hospitals, practicing cultural diplomacy, even having an audience with the pope -- revealing her Catholic faith.
Former House Speaker John Boehner gave President Donald Trump's young presidency low marks at an event Wednesday, saying that other than getting the House to pass a health care bill, "everything else he's done has been a complete disaster."
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin met with the Senate Finance Committee this week to discuss President Trump's budget and, in particular, the administration's stand on tax reform.
On a foreign swing President Donald Trump and his aides hoped would distance him from a storm of Russia controversy, he has been unable to escape the cloud of suspicion swirling around him and his administration.