Pence echoes Trump's assertion that column is national security issue
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence repeated comments from President Trump that an anonymous New York Times column is a national security issue.
"Maverick" Senator John McCain dies
Republican Senator John McCain, an elder statesman, self-styled political ‘maverick’ admired by both parties, and recent critic of President Trump, dies at the age of 81.
Summit or No Summit: North Korea angry over military drill
Peace in the Korean peninsula is threatened as North Korea threatens to pull out of the agreed summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. This after North Korea expresses it's worry over US-South Korean military exercises. Also, Monday's US Embassy opening in Jerusalem sparked outrage as celebrations coincided with the deadliest clashes between Palestine and Israel since 2014.
Trump meets Merkel for tough talks in Washington
German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets with President Trump on a one-day visit to Washington, with the two leaders far apart on issues like the Iran nuclear deal, NATO spending and trade.
Trump ignores questions about new book
President Trump ignored questions about a critical new book as he departed the White House for Camp David on Friday to meet with top Republicans, telling reporters instead that the stock market was doing well and that the new tax cuts "are really kicking in".
Trump faces criticism at civil rights museum opening
President Trump was met by protesters and a boycott from civil rights activists at the grand opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.
Trump gives Halloween welcome to children of White House reporters
President Trump welcomed children of some of the White House reporters at the Oval Office on Friday for an early Halloween celebration.
President Trump is set to interview Yellen
House conservatives have mounted a campaign to urge President Trump not to reappoint Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Trump, Zuckerberg face-off ahead of Russia hearing
President Trump and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg face off online as the social media giant prepares to hand congressional investigators 3,000 political ads that it says were likely purchased by Russian entities during and after last year's presidential contest.