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President Trump’s unorthodox approach to foreign policy is causing a media freakout.
North Korea’s nuclear weapons development could be used as “blackmail” to influence the U.S. to abandon its ally in South Korea in order to make it easier for Pyongyang to overtake its archrival, a White House official said Tuesday.
Before Barack Obama ever met his wife, Michelle, the former president asked another woman for her hand in marriage in 1986—when the two were visiting her parents, a new biography claims.
President Trump fired back at Hillary Clinton late Tuesday in a serious of tweets after the former Democratic presidential candidate blamed FBI Director James Comey and Russian interference for aiding her Republican rival’s ascension to the presidency.
Lifezette Editor-in-Chief Laura Ingraham blasted congressional Republicans for their contribution to the $1.07 trillion spending package, telling Fox News' "Hannity" that they were "cowering over a government shutdown."
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said Monday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that suggestions from President Trump of a government shutdown later this year if a long-term budget deal is not reached would be the wrong approach.
Senior White House counselor Kellyanne Conway reacted to comments made Tuesday by Hillary Clinton that blamed FBI Director James Comey and Russian interference for aiding Republican rival Donald Trump’s ascension to the presidency.
Mark Penn, a former pollster for Bill and Hillary Clinton, told Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Tuesday that surveys about Donald Trump's early performance in office reveal a "polling bubble" that under-records support for the president.
President Trump is expected to sign an executive order on religious liberty this Thursday--- which is the National Day of Prayer, senior White House sources confirmed Tuesday to Fox News.
Strong intelligence pointing to an "imminent threat" drove the decision in March to ban large electronics in carry-on baggage on flights into the U.S., according to a senior House Republican.
Former acting attorney general Sally Yates is expected to testify to Congress next week that she expressed alarm to the White House about President Donald Trump's national security adviser's contacts with the Russian ambassador, which could contradict how the administration has characterized her counsel.
Jim DeMint has resigned as leader of the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank, the group’s board of trustees announced Tuesday -- confirming widespread reports that the former South Carolina senator was being removed.
The following statement was released Tuesday by Thomas A. Saunders III, chairman of the Heritage Foundation Board of Trustees, on the resignation of Jim DeMint as CEO: "The Heritage Foundation’s Board of Trustees, by a unanimous vote, has asked for and received the resignation of Jim DeMint as president and CEO of the organization.
President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed Tuesday in a phone call that Syrians have suffered “far too long” in the country's roughly 6-year-old civil war and agreed to participate in cease-fire negotiations and other humanitarian and de-escalation efforts, according to the White House.
An influential Republican lawmaker who was chairman of one of the House committees that drafted the GOP proposal to repeal and replace ObamaCare dealt the Trump administration a blow Tuesday when he said he could not support the new healthcare legislation being drafted.
The controversy over Palestinian Authority payments to convicted terrorists and their families is expected to be a top priority when President Trump meets with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas at the White House on Wednesday, Fox News is told.
The Trump administration launched a full-court press Tuesday to defend the controversial $1 trillion-plus budget deal, after Democrats claimed victory in negotiations and conservatives claimed GOP leaders gave too much ground.
Auditions for 2020 Democratic presidential candidates appear to be in full swing not four months into the Trump administration -- with the typical cast of governors and senators positioning themselves while party elders appear to step back.
The Democratic candidate for Montana's sole U.S. House seat, a cowboy poet and musician running for public office for the first time, underreported $57,000 in income when he filed federally required financial disclosure statements two months ago.