After Apple, the White House says expect more earnings cuts
Following Apple's major downward sales revision which weighed the stock down 10%, the White House is now saying Donald Trump's trade war with China will force other companies to take similar action to revise their earnings forecasts lower too.
Trump says Democrats agree to stronger border ports of entry
President Donald Trump tells reporters at the White House he agrees with Democratic lawmakers that ports of entry at the U.S. border need to be improved.
George H.W. Bush's leadership style was 'exact opposite' of Donald Trump
George H.W. Bush would not fit in today's Republican Party, former senior White House aide Philip Zelikow told DW. He also detailed why Bush was underappreciated and what the former president admired about Germany.
Trump open to second summit with North Korea's Kim
The White House delivered a whipsaw message to North Korea on Monday, announcing it’s ready to start planning a second meeting with Kim Jong Un just hours after President Donald Trump’s top national security adviser said nuclear talks were stalled.
Trump weighing Putin's proposal to question ex-Ambassador
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday that President Donald Trump has not ruled out a proposal by Russian President Vladimir Putin to let Russian authorities question former U.S. Ambassador to Moscow Michael McFaul.
Trump says he hates having children separated at borders
President Donald Trump talks to reporters at the White House about immigrant children being separated from their parents after they cross the border illegally.
Trump says he won't suspend Robert Mueller
President Donald Trump talks to reporters at the White House about the Justice Department's report on accusations of misconduct at the FBI.
Trump to insist Kim make first move on nuclear timeline
The White House wants North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to commit to a timetable to surrender his country's nuclear arsenal when he meets with President Trump next week in Singapore.
Flags at half staff as the U.S. mourns the passing of Barbara Bush
The White House lowered its flag to half-staff on Tuesday, to mourn the former U.S. first lady Barbara Bush, the only woman to see her husband and son both sworn in as president, who died on Tuesday (April 17), the Bush family said. She was 92