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Amidst a fiery press conference Thursday, President Trump struck a softer tone on one of President Obama’s controversial executive orders on illegal immigrants -- saying he wanted to deal with children brought into the country illegally “with heart.”
In a press conference that lasted quite a while, Trump made a lot of punches.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage says President Donald Trump needs to find a right-hand person so his administration can run more smoothly.
President Trump nominated R. Alexander Acosta to be secretary of Labor on Thursday after fast food exec Andrew Puzder withdrew from consideration.
In the wake of two recent mass shootings in Florida, Republican state lawmakers are pushing to eliminate “gun-free zones” they claim have inadvertently created easy targets.
President Trump is holding a news conference in the East Room of the White House Thursday, where he has announced Alexander Acosta as his choice for Labor Secretary.
President Trump’s feud with the media turned into an all-out war Thursday afternoon.
A New Jersey judge says a criminal complaint against Republican Gov. Chris Christie over the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal in 2013 can go forward.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will begin confirmation hearings for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch on March 20.
The Senate on Thursday narrowly confirmed Rep. Mick Mulvaney to head up the White House Office of Management and Budget.
When it comes to confirming members of President Trump’s Cabinet and other key officials, there are no style points. All that matters is getting through.
President Trump vowed Thursday to root out those responsible for leaking the “illegal classified” information that has fueled a string of damaging news reports on his administration, warning the leakers they “will be caught!”
Syria’s embattled President Bashar al-Assad said that President Trump’s controversial travel ban is “not against the Syrian people,” and is geared toward keeping terrorists out of the Western countries.
The leader of one of the U.S.’s largest health insurance agencies—who has been saying for months that ObamaCare is on the ropes-- said Wednesday that statistics indicate that the law has now entered a “death spiral.”
The New York Times and the Washington Post have delivered a one-two punch to President Trump that cost the national security adviser his job, raised questions about his campaign’s contacts with Russia and plunged the White House into a crisis atmosphere.
Sensitive intelligence reportedly is being withheld from President Trump by U.S. intelligence officials because they are concerned that the information could be compromised.
President Donald Trump is considering at least four candidates to be his new nominee for labor secretary after his previous pick abruptly withdrew from the confirmation process.
Washington Times columnist Mercedes Schlapp told viewers on Wednesday's "Special Report with Bret Baier" that President Trump was losing "political capitol" and needed to turn things around.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz told Fox News' "The First 100 Days" Wednesday night that he would ask the Justice Department's inspector general to investigate leaks of classified information that led to the resignation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
It looks like Judge Neil Gorsuch would have an easier time making it to the U.S. Supreme Court if voters -- rather than U.S. Senators -- had to confirm him.