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A former congressional staffer was indicted Thursday on charges that he spread nude and embarrassing images online of his lawmaker boss, the delegate to Congress from the US Virgin Islands.
As a young model in the mid-1990s, Melania Trump lived in Paris, France, taking jobs in the hopes of breaking into the fashion industry. On Thursday, she returned to her old stomping grounds as first lady of the United States, wearing couture Christian Dior and dining on steak and soufflé at a gourmet Eiffel Tower restaurant with the French President and first lady.
The personal attorney for President Donald Trump apologized on Thursday after a thread of emails was released showing threats he wrote to a stranger on Wednesday night.
Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee, told CNN the panel will ask Jared Kushner and Donald Trump Jr. for additional documents, following revelations from a damaging email chain that Trump Jr released this week.
The House on Thursday defeated a proposal that would have prevented the Pentagon from funding gender reassignment surgeries for service members.
Gov. Brian Sandoval expressed "great concern" Thursday with the new Senate Republican health care bill and said he plans to meet one-on-one with top administration officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, to discuss it Friday.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Thursday that 412 people -- including 115 doctors and other health care providers -- have been charged in health care fraud schemes resulting in $1.3 billion in "false billings."
On October 25, 2007, Salvatore Giunta and his 173rd Airborne Brigade team went on a night patrol in the mountains of Eastern Afghanistan and stepped into history.
When President Donald Trump speaks to evangelicals, he often portrays himself as their patron, protecting their churches and ministries from secular elitists and big bad bureaucracies.
When Donald Trump appeared before a conservative audience in Maryland earlier this year, he put significant stock in his friend "Jim's" opinion of Paris.
President Donald Trump on Thursday played a tough hand as well as could be expected, likely pleasing his lawyers and political aides, as he tried to quell a new firestorm over Russia that threatens to overshadow his visit to Paris.
Trump open to son testifying in Russia inquiries, and other things reporters learned from his Air Force One visit
President Donald Trump is open to his eldest son testifying before Congress to address questions about Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
The Justice Department released a section of Attorney General Jeff Sessions' security clearance form in response to a federal lawsuit Thursday, resurfacing questions surrounding his contacts Russian officials that the former Republican senator has previously tried to put to rest.
While in France on Thursday, President Donald Trump effusively praised Chinese President Xi Jinping as a "very special person" -- just as GOP Sen. John McCain slammed the Chinese government in a statement after the death of a Chinese dissident who until recently had been in prison.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said his diplomatic work to resolve a stand-off between Qatar and four Arab nations might have produced a greater possibility of direct talks taking place, but warned that resolving the dispute "may take quite a while."
Rep. Steve Scalise has been upgraded to fair condition after undergoing surgery to treat infection, according to a MedStar Washington Hospital Center statement Thursday afternoon.
A group of everyday citizens whose personal information became public last year as a result of WikiLeaks releasing a trove of information from the Democratic National Committee is suing the Trump campaign and political strategist Roger Stone.
Republican Corey Stewart announced Thursday a "vicious, ruthless" bid to unseat Sen. Tim Kaine in the 2018 midterms.
The following are excerpts of White House transcripts of a conversation between President Donald Trump and the press on July 12 aboard Air Force One. They were previously off-the-record, but the White House has chosen to release these excerpts to the public. Read them below: