Trump claims progress after 500 days

President Donald Trump is touting what he sees as his top accomplishments after 500 days in office.

Immigration fight, tension on tariffs await Congress’ return

This was supposed to be the quiet time on Capitol Hill, but Congress returns to work Monday facing a showdown in the House over immigration while Senate Republicans are trying to stop an all-out trade war after President Donald Trump’s decision to impose import tariffs on close U.S. allies.

Bill Clinton bristles at questions on Lewinsky, #MeToo

Former President Bill Clinton says the #MeToo movement is overdue. Just don’t ask him about Monica Lewinsky.

Justices side with Colorado baker on same-sex wedding cake

The Supreme Court is setting aside a Colorado court ruling against a baker who wouldn’t make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. But the court is not deciding the big issue in the case, whether a business can refuse to serve gay and lesbian people.

US singled out by G7 allies over steel and aluminum tariffs

The United States was singled out by some of its closest allies Saturday over the imposition of tariffs that they warn will undermine open trade and weaken confidence in the global economy.

China warns US trade deals are off if tariffs go ahead

China said Sunday it wouldn’t step up its purchases of American products if President Donald Trump goes ahead with his threat to tax billions of dollars’ worth of Chinese imports. White House advisers insisted on fundamental changes in ties between the world’s two biggest economic powers.

Kasich attacks GOP for not opposing Trump on tariffs, DACA

Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich is pushing Republican leadership to stand up to President Donald Trump on tariffs and immigration. In a segment of an...

Giuliani plays down idea of Trump self-pardon

An attorney for President Donald Trump stressed Sunday that the president’s legal team would contest any effort to force the president to testify in front of a grand jury during the special counsel’s Russia probe but downplayed the idea that Trump could pardon himself.

5 years on, US government still counting Snowden leak costs

Whistleblower or traitor, leaker or public hero?

Pushing the envelope: Why was Kim’s letter for Trump so big?

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is known for pushing the envelope with threats and bluster as he seeks to leverage his nuclear weapons program into security and economic benefits for his country. But lately he’s gained notoriety for his envelopes alone.