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The company behind the Keystone XL pipeline submitted on Thursday a new presidential permit application to the U.S. Department of State for approval.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, on a trip to the U.S. as the first foreign leader to meet with President Trump, called Thursday for their two countries to “renew their special relationship” and lead the world in a fight against “closed, coercive and cruel” societies.
Many U.S. Muslim and Latino advocates are joining forces in opposing changes to immigration rules by President Donald Trump as they mull the prospect of aggressive restrictions.
President Trump’s plan to make Mexico pay for the wall he intends to build on the southern border may have taken shape Thursday, when his spokesman suggested imposing a 20-percent import tax on Mexican goods.
President Trump told congressional Republican leaders on Thursday that he stands “shoulder-to-shoulder” with them in pursuing an ambitious agenda for the American people, casting his busy first week as the start of an even busier session.
A government watchdog agency is investigating allegations that Department of Homeland Security officials improperly attempted to breach the Georgia secretary of state’s internal elections network last year.
A number of senior career diplomats are leaving the State Department after the Trump administration accepted their resignations from presidentially appointed positions.
German media is reporting that Angela Merkel is struggling to come to grips with a decidedly less friendly administration in Washington.
The Border Patrol chief has been removed from office, a day after President Trump signed an executive order to build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border and hire 5,000 more agents, sources confirmed to Fox News.
President Trump, in an extensive interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity set to air Thursday night, said he’s mostly made up his mind on a Supreme Court nominee.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is vowing to pursue legislation to "remove from office" any official who promotes sanctuary cities -- potentially raising the stakes for local sheriffs and mayors who defy federal law.
Mexico's President Enrique Peña Nieto said Thursday he will not attend the meeting with President Donald Trump scheduled for January 31.
President Barack Obama had the worst record before the Supreme Court in modern history, losing half of the cases argued before the high court in his two terms, according to a new study.
The top Republican congressional leaders said Thursday they will make available billions of dollars to build the U.S.-Mexico border wall that President Trump ordered via executive action a day earlier.
President Trump threatened to cancel a meeting scheduled for next week.
Two weeks after his abrupt retirement as a full-time driver in NASCAR, Carl Edwards on Wednesday would not rule out a potential U.S. Senate campaign in his home state of Missouri next year.
Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution declares that the president “shall nominate, and by with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other Public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the Supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States.” It just doesn’t say anything about how fast the Senate “shall” provide that advice and consent.
President Trump ripped leaker Chelsea Manning as an “ungrateful TRAITOR” on Thursday after the ex-Army intelligence analyst penned a newspaper op-ed critical of former President Obama – the man who cut 28 years off Manning’s prison sentence.
Donald Trump’s luxury resort in Florida is making the most of his leap into the White House by doubling its initiation fee to $200,000, it was reported Wednesday.