The new attorney general says a rise in crime has become "a dangerous permanent trend," but FBI data shows the opposite.
The president uses Twitter to bash the veteran senator's characterization of the Yemen raid as a failure.
The president, who first had to ask advisers what the treaty was, told the Russian leader it was among several bad Obama deals.
Chris Cuomo pushes back after the president dismisses one of his interviews as "fake news."
The nationalities of the four suspects, who were allegedly taking orders from high-level jihadists in Syria, were not disclosed.
In an interview with Fox News from the White House, the adviser says she's giving the president's daughter "a free commercial."
The president says Neil Gorsuch's comments about Trump's attacks on a judge being "demoralizing" were misrepresented.
They could lead to higher prices for consumers, spiraling inflation, and trade wars capable of prompting a recession.
He draws fire from ethics lawyers after criticizing the department store for dropping his daughter's clothing and accessory line.
The central voice of NBC's Olympic coverage is giving up his seat after nearly 25 years.
Trump and his allies are headed straight for a wall — and it won't be the big, beautiful one he's always talking about.
Even with the confirmation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, hundreds of key jobs in the new government remain vacant.
The country's nascent legalized marijuana industry sees the new U.S. attorney general as a potential threat.
The Alabama lawmaker was an early supporter of Donald Trump and one of the Senate’s most conservative Republicans.
Mayor Ed Murray says his city "will not be intimidated by the authoritarian message" coming from the Trump administration.
The Democratic Senate minority leader says his GOP colleagues are troubled by the president — but won't do anything.
Could federal officials proactively deport undocumented immigrants with criminal records? It's not being ruled out.
Pete Souza has been throwing shade at Trump by posting images like the one of the former president meeting with Mexican leader Enrique Peña Nieto.
Pennsylvania lawmaker Daylin Leach goes after President Trump in a profanity-laced Facebook post.
The Senate rule that silenced the senator's critique of Trump's attorney general pick has an unusual origin.