Posted on · President Trump threatened a government shutdown if Congress refuses to fund the border wall he promised during the campaign.
Posted on · There's been a huge debate about immigrants in the U.S. illegally, but the administration is looking to cut the number of legal immigrants allowed into the country by half.
Posted on · The attorney general said he would stay in his job "as long as that is appropriate," following President Trump's comments to The New York Times suggesting that he regrets appointing Sessions.
Posted on · Attorney Christopher Wray, who was tapped by the president to lead the FBI, has his confirmation hearing Wednesday and is facing questions about his independence from the White House and other issues.
Posted on · The administration is expected to outline how the limited travel ban will work, following the Supreme Court's lifting of stays blocking the executive order.
Posted on · Jeh Johnson, Homeland Security secretary during the 2016 election, testifies before the House Intelligence Committee while the Senate Intelligence Committee hears from cybersecurity experts.
Posted on · Michael Dubke's departure comes as the Trump administration struggles to keep focused on its agenda while dealing with constant news about the multiple investigations relating to Russia.
Posted on · Brennan will testify about Russian meddling in last year's presidential election and Russia's use of "active measures." He is also expected to be asked about leaks regarding national security.
Posted on · In the first look at his spending plan, the president is proposing boosts for the military and law enforcement — at the expense of other domestic spending. Congress will need to write the final plan.
Posted on · Gabrielle Giffords responded to a Texas Republican who said he was not holding public meetings because groups from "more violent strains of the leftist ideology" were threatening public safety.
Posted on · John Kelly tells NPR that screening needs to improve. He also says President Trump's travel ban is not based on religion, and one of the great strengths of the U.S. is diversity of religious views.
Posted on · Privacy advocates have filed a complaint with U.S. regulators about the Internet-connected doll called My Friend Cayla. They say the toy can record and transmit everything children say to it.
Posted on · As electors cast their ballots in each of the 50 states, we try to answer questions about the process: Who are these people? How are they selected? Can they really vote however they want?
Posted on · The election just ended and the new president doesn't even take office until Jan. 20. But the transition from 44th to 45th president is already consuming Washington.