The sixth night of protests in Washington, D.C., sparked by the death of George Floyd, went from peaceful to turbulent as the lights illuminating the White House went dark while looters took goods from shops.
As House Democrats fire off more subpoenas, the White House is finalizing a high-stakes strategy to counter the impeachment threat to President Donald Trump: Stall. Obfuscate. Attack. Repeat.
On Monday, the New York Times reported that acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan last week presented an updated military plan that included the possible deployment of 120,000 U.S. troops in the Middle East, which could theoretically form the logistical springboard for a ground invasion of Iran.
The Trump administration has signaled in recent weeks that it may seek the permanent renewal of a surveillance law that has, among other things, enabled the National Security Agency to gather and analyze Americans' phone records as part of terrorism investigations, according to five U.S. officials familiar with the matter.
A personnel crisis that engulfed the National Security Council is partly rooted in a dispute over the seating arrangements aboard Melania Trump's plane.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has resigned and will leave her post by the end of the year, CNN reported today.
The White House has named a new National Security Council chief of staff from a group that propagates the conspiracy theory that Islamists have infiltrated the U.S. government in a plot to take over the country.
Mike Dubke has resigned as White House communications director, a senior administration official confirmed Tuesday, in the first of what could be a series of changes to President Trump's senior staff amid the growing Russia scandal.
Watchdog groups plan to sue the Trump administration with the aim of compelling the White House to release information on who visits the mansion.
After fence-jumping incident, lawmakers are counting on Homeland Security chief to clean up Secret Service
Lawmakers look to DHS Secretary John Kelly to clean up the Secret Service's act, after a fence jumper enjoyed the White House grounds for 17 minutes before being caught.