The former president was taken to the hospital Sunday because of low blood pressure and fatigue, his spokesman says.
Former Department of Justice employees signed a statement defending special counsel Robert S. Mueller III and Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein.
“This morning I was working out and listening to the news about “students” being bused in to the Florida Capitol,” Pennsylvania state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe wrote on Facebook.
Democratic Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia has denied accusations that she sexually harassed former staffers.
“We’re children. You guys are the adults,” student David Hogg said.
President Trump met with governors and mayors on Feb. 12 to talk about his infrastructure proposal.
President Trump has claimed that the U.S. spent $7 trillion in the Middle East since the campaign. But his math is still wrong.
DACA recipients have been lobbying lawmakers on Capitol Hill since Thanksgiving in hopes of securing permanent legal status.
Paul Nehlen is challenging House Speaker Paul D. Ryan in the congressional primaries.
Bush also defended DACA recipients. “America is their home,” he said.
Vice President Pence and his family are in Aspen, Colo., this week for a holiday vacation.
“I’ve yet to see a valid explanation and I have no reason to doubt the victims’ accounts,” Ivanka Trump told the AP about Roy Moore.
CNN incorrectly reported that the Trump campaign received access to hacked emails well before the group WikiLeaks made the files public.
CNN falsely reported that WikiLeaks gave the Trump campaign access to hacked emails from the DNC well before the files were released publicly.
“What has been shown is no collusion. No collusion. There’s been absolutely — there’s been absolutely no collusion, so we’re very happy,” Trump told reporters Saturday.
“Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost,” Comey said, quoting Thomas Jefferson.
Trump has described Time both as “a very important magazine” that he grew up reading and as a “paper-thin” publication that will “soon be dead.”
The president kicked off Thanksgiving Day by replying to a tweet that referenced Trump’s feud with LaVar Ball.
Brett J. Talley did not disclose in a Senate questionnaire that he is married to Annie Donaldson, chief of staff for White House Counsel Donald F. McGahn II.
Hours after President Trump resurrected attacks against him, former FBI director James B. Comey tweeted an old sermon about the difference between a truth and a lie.