White House advisor Steve Bannon has been ousted from the Trump administration just days after President Donald Trump defended him at a press conference. Listen to Trump's comments about Bannon on August 16, 2017
Bannon out days after Trump defended him
Trump announces executive order that targets those financing and trading with North Korea
Trump thanks first responders in visit to hurricane-ravaged Florida
Trump reveals more about The Wall, his meeting with Democratic leaders in DACA statement
Trump: "We're working on a plan for DACA"
Giant inflatable chicken resembling Trump draws crowd near White House
Anthony Scaramucci mocked by late-night hosts
6 things to know about new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly
California's rise from the drought as told through satellite images
KC 'Dreamer' is frustrated over Trump's DACA agenda
President Trump announces Air Traffic Control Reform Initiative
'It's not silly' to read into Melania Trump's fashion
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he signed a new executive order to help the United States target people, companies and banks financing and facilitating trade with North Korea. He made the comments at a working lunch with the Prime Minister of Japan and the President of South Korea. Trump also said that China has ordered all its banks to stop all business with North Korea.
"The job that everybody has done is incredible ... to think of the incredible power of that storm and while people unfortunately passed, it was such a small number that nobody would have, people thought thousands and thousands of people may have their lives ended and the number is a very small number, which is a great tribute to you," said President Donald Trump, thanking the first responders during his visit to Naples, Fla. on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017.
President Donald Trump told reporters before he left for Florida on Sept. 14, 2017 that funding "The Wall" would come after a plan for DACA but also said that samples of the proposed border wall between the U.S. and Mexico were being constructed.
A giant inflatable chicken with a resemblance to President Donald Trump attracted attention near the White House on Wednesday. California documentary filmmaker Tarang Singh Brar was behind the display and explained why he did it.
On July 25, 2017 Anthony Scaramucci was named President Trump's new White House communications director -- and late-night hosts like Stephen Colbert had a lot to say about it. Ten days later, Scaramucci resigned from his post as communications director to give Chief of Staff John Kelly "a clean slate."
Department of Homeland Security Secretary and retired four-star general John Kelly is Trump's replacement for outgoing White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. Here's what you need to know about the retired Marine.
Not so long ago, California was in the middle of a deep drought but in June its snow water equivalent rose to a heaping 170 percent of normal. NASA shows in its latest video that satellites were capturing that change.
New memorandums issued by the Trump administration Thursday said Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. at a young age — would not be deported. But frustration mounted Friday when it became clear that the fut
President Donald Trump announced plans to privatize the Federal Aviation Administration's air traffic control function, by transferring responsibility from the FAA to a private, nonprofit organization.
The fashion world is applauding Melania Trump style on the First Lady's inaugural international trip. Senior fashion writer at Refinery 29, Connie Wang, says that because Melania Trump says very little publicly, so what she wears takes on added importance.
Then-FBI Director James Comey announced on March 20 that the FBI was investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian agents. On May 9, President Trump fired the FBI director, igniting an outcry that grew from just Democrats to include some Republican lawmakers as well.
From Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to former campaign director Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's allies have business and personal connections to Russia. As Congress and the FBI look into Russia's involvement with the 2016 election, those connections are increasingly under a microscope.