The March visit, by travelers accompanying the Saudi crown prince, highlights how little is known about Trump’s business dealings with foreign governments.
Preliminary plans include 500 homes and an equestrian center in Aberdeen.
Cuomo says the investigation is separate from the one initiated by the state attorney general targeting the president and his children.
The Trump Organization missed deadlines in five states, costing itself $61,000.
Turnberry and other golf clubs charge the U.S. government at cost, not for profit, the company said.
It is a felony to knowingly file a false tax return. The charity blamed the mistakes on clerical errors and a lack of knowledge about tax rules.
The complaint comes after an investigation by the attorney general’s office, spurred by Washington Post stories
Bolton appeared at two events backed by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation before being tapped as President Trump’s national security adviser.
Figures for 2017 show some money-losing Trump golf courses are doing better, but the Trump brand’s expansion has nearly stopped.
The payment by Michael Cohen to actress Stormy Daniels was made in the last weeks before the 2016 presidential election, meant to ensure Daniels would not speak about the alleged affair publicly.
The top Democrat in Senate Foreign Relations Committee also wrote Commerce Department and U.S. Embassy about the request for top-level intervention.
Residents are asking a New York judge to allow them to take down the nameplate. The Trump Organization says it would violate a licensing agreement.
A federal judge’s ruling is the first to suggest that the president can be sued for the alleged violation of the Constitution.
We’re playing “Price Is Right” rules here: The winning guess is the one that comes closest to the real number without going over.
Former Conair executive promised thousands for next year’s Trumpettes USA gathering, organizer says
Before taking office he promised to donate his $400,000 annual presidential salary. So far, he has donated it in quarterly chunks to various federal agencies.
“If there is a possibility . . . that the president might also come to say hello and offer greetings, then that’s an advantage,” the charity’s founder said.” So I think that was kind of what determined it.”
Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) is airing an ad for the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries.
The president leads a government divided over immigration and spending — and faces a challenging electoral landscape in which Democrats hope to gain control of both chambers of Congress.
Is the president making money? Who does he owe money to? Who are his foreign clients? And more . . .