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If Donald Trump has learned any big lesson in his 84 days as President, it's this: The job is way harder than it looks.
President Donald Trump had been "very consistent" in his support of NATO, despite his dramatic shift in rhetoric about the organization, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday.
When Jeff Sessions was sworn in as the 84th attorney general in February, President Donald Trump foreshadowed that the Justice Department was at a turning point.
The US military and intelligence community has intercepted communications featuring Syrian military and chemical experts talking about preparations for the sarin attack in Idlib last week, a senior US official tells CNN.
President Donald Trump is crediting China with taking a "big step" toward cracking down on North Korea after the Chinese ordered a fleet of coal-carrying cargo ships returned to North Korea.
A CNN discussion took a sharp turn Thursday after CNN commentator and President Donald Trump surrogate Jeffrey Lord invoked Dr. Martin Luther King to defend Trump's handling of health care.
Former President George W. Bush is defending foreign aid at a time when President Donald Trump is proposing significant cuts on US spending abroad.
In the first 84 days of his presidency, Trump has flipped on NATO, Syria, Russia and China. We're covering his administration's latest moves today.
Republican Rep. Mike Coffman faced angry constituents at a town hall Wednesday night, in an early sign of the political price he and his colleagues might pay for supporting President Donald Trump's policies, including the repeal of Obamacare.
After Republican House leaders failed to pass a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act in the last congressional session, the White House is claiming it is taking a more active role in moving the negotiations along -- encouraging private talks between the conservative House Freedom Caucus and moderate Tuesday Group.
President Donald Trump emphatically embraced NATO Wednesday in a reversal of his campaign trail rhetoric lambasting the organization.
Lawmakers are continuing their first week of recess and many are holding town halls with their constituents to discuss policy issues most important -- and enraging -- to them.
President Donald Trump discussed with staffers and close confidantes at his Mar-a-Lago club Friday about the historical and philosophical context for the use of chemical weapons, aides and people who spoke to Trump told CNN.
A longtime friend of President Donald Trump is defending former campaign chairman Paul Manafort in the wake of a report that his consulting firm received at least $1.2 million in payments from a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine.
Paul Manafort is expected to retroactively file as a foreign agent after failing to disclose his prior work for a foreign government.
Carter Page, a former foreign policy adviser on President Donald Trump's campaign, declined repeatedly Wednesday to confirm or deny the FBI had interviewed him yet.
President Donald Trump, in joint news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, said he no longer believes that the foreign treaty organization is "obsolete," a view he held during the 2016 campaign.
Paul Manafort's lawyers have been in discussions with the Justice Department and he is expected to register as a foreign agent in a bid to resolve questions about his past work for Ukraine, according to sources briefed on the talks.
Political Washington is in the midst of a heated debate over what -- if anything -- the somewhat-closer-than-expected special election in Kansas on Tuesday means for next November's midterm elections.
Two stories dealing with Russia's meddling in the election broke Tuesday night. And both were full of bad news for President Donald Trump.