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A defiant President Donald Trump tweeted “SEE YOU IN COURT” after a San Francisco federal appeals court Thursday upheld the suspension of his controversial immigration order.
A group of hackers managed to breach Washington D.C.'s surveillance camera network and infect the system with ransomware days before President Trump's inauguration, law enforcement officials close to the investigation told Fox News.
A top adviser to President Trump said Thursday in an exclusive interview on "The First 100 Days" that the White House is "fully confident" it will get its day in court in the wake of the decision by a federal appeals court to uphold the suspension of the controversial executive order on immigration.
The Trump White House is facing fresh bipartisan criticism from lawmakers and ethics experts after top adviser Kellyanne Conway promoted Ivanka Trump’s products in an interview and President Trump blasted Nordstrom for dropping his daughter’s clothing line.
As the debate over President Trump’s order suspending refugee admissions intensifies, Fox News has learned of another potential vulnerability in the system: the State Department refugee database has been susceptible to hacking for years.
A Central Michigan University Republican student group is apologizing for a Valentine's Day card that mocks Jews who died in the Holocaust.
An official said on Thursday that at least 31 people could be facing criminal charges for voting twice during the fall election in Michigan.
In a stark admission, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan told Capitol Hill lawmakers Thursday that after 15 years of war, the conflict remains a “stalemate” – and said thousands more troops are needed to train Afghan forces.
Letters to parents about school financial problems are nothing unusual, but one from the head of Chicago Public Schools has created a firestorm of criticism.
The Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) unlocks an exclusive gateway for non-citizens to receive monies meant for working, low-income Americans.
Trump's involvement in his daughter's brand marks the first unethical move he's made.
President Trump on Thursday took aim at one of his favorite political targets – fellow Republican, Sen. John McCain – after McCain questioned the success of a military raid in Yemen that resulted in the death of a Navy SEAL.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal may have thought he put his “stolen valor” controversy to rest during an apologetic press conference in 2010. Then President Trump picked up his cell phone.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and his Democratic lieutenants refocused their energy Thursday on battling labor secretary nominee Andrew Puzder, after their public campaign against two controversial Cabinet picks failed to block their confirmation.
President Donald Trump will host Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House on Monday.
President Trump Thursday signed three executive orders setting up task forces as part of a wider effort to reduce crime – orders Trump said are “designed to restore safety in America.”
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is coming under fire for citing a terror attack in Atlanta – on three separate occasions – that did not happen.
Alabama's governor on Thursday named state Attorney General Luther Strange to the U.S. Senate seat left empty by Jeff Sessions.
President Trump on Thursday struck back at Sen. Richard Blumenthal a day after the Connecticut Democrat leaked alleged details of a conversation he had with Trump’s Supreme Court pick.
Cats would keep their claws under a bill that would make New Jersey the first state to prohibit declawing.