President Donald Trump arrived in Afghanistan Thursday for a surprise Thanksgiving visit to US troops and announced peace talks with the Taliban have restarted.
When President Donald Trump's phone rang in September, he was not eager for a lengthy conversation.
The Department of Homeland Security is in the throes of yet another bout of leadership turnover less than a year after officials in the top ranks of the agency were ousted.
A federal judge in Spokane granted the Washington Attorney General's request for a nationwide injunction blocking President Trump's "public charge" rule.
Governor Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson have filed a lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration's use of Washington military project funding to pay for the border wall.
The Washington State Attorney General filed a lawsuit Friday challenging the Environmental Protection Agency's decision to revise Washington's water quality standards.
The White House flatly rejected the House Judiciary Committee's request for documents in its sweeping investigation into possible obstruction of justice, the latest escalation of tension in the battle between President Donald Trump's administration and the Democratic House conducting oversight of the Executive Branch.
The House Oversight Committee is re-launching its investigation into how the Trump administration handled the response to Hurricanes Irma and Maria in the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
Before Congress left Washington two weeks ago, Herman Cain was a dead man walking.
The Trump administration may soon introduce proposed regulations that could allow health care providers, hospitals and insurers to discriminate against transgender patients, according to equality advocates. They say officials at the Department of Health and Human Services are rewriting an Obamacare rule that exists to provide protection.
The Trump administration is planning to dismantle the Office of Personnel Management, a decades-old federal agency that oversees the federal government's civil service, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
President Donald Trump recently named his two picks for the Federal Reserve -- but a top economic adviser cautioned Monday that the nominations aren't final until they're formally sent to the Senate.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff defended his past comments about President Donald Trump on Sunday, disavowing calls from Republicans that he step down from leading the key committee.
The Trump administration may have shut down the government advisory committee on climate change started by President Barack Obama, but its members considered the work so important that they did not stop working.
A coalition of Democratic attorneys general announced a lawsuit on Wednesday accusing the Trump administration of "illegally weakening" school nutrition standards.
For some in the White House, Sunday seemed like the first day of the rest of Donald Trump's presidency. By Friday, it was clear that while the cloud of Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation had lifted, the pervasive disarray that marked most of Trump's time in office was not going anywhere.
Linda McMahon, the former professional wrestling executive turned government official, is leaving her post as administrator of the Small Business Administration.
Acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt will testify in front of senators for his confirmation hearing ahead of a vote that could make him the next secretary of one of the largest departments in the federal government.
The Trump administration urged Congress Monday to put a cap on student loan borrowing, one of several proposals for updating the Higher Education Act.
The Democrats will not be debating on Fox News this year.
In the coming weeks, the Trump administration plans to expand a policy that requires some asylum seekers to await their immigration court hearings in Mexico to other locations along the US-Mexico border, said Department of Homeland Security officials Friday.
The former head of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, the agency tasked with caring for unaccompanied migrant children, appeared to concede he didn't raise concerns shared by colleagues about the controversial "zero tolerance" immigration policy with superiors.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer vowed Tuesday to defund a climate science panel the White House is looking to create, calling it "fake" and criticizing Republican leaders for their positions on climate change.
There has been a drastic drop in the enforcement of environmental regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency under the Trump administration, an advocacy group will say in a report issued to Congress on Tuesday.