Trump's Lawyers: Courts Have No Say Over His Twitter FeedPresident Donald Trump can block his critics from following him on Twitter without violating the First Amendment despite a lawsuit's claims that it violates the Constitution to do so, government lawyers say.
Many States, Consumers Alarmed By Trump's Health Care OrderPresident Donald Trump's decision to end a provision of the Affordable Care Act that lowered out-of-pocket medical costs brought swift reaction from the states, as health officials and consumers say they fear the action could chase millions of Americans away from coverage.
Trump Lashes Out At Puerto Rico As House Passes Aid PackagePresident Donald Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government can't keep sending help "forever" and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles.
Trump Turns Back To Tax Overhaul; Pitch Aimed At TruckersPresident Donald Trump pitched his tax plan as a boost for truckers at an event Wednesday in Pennsylvania, saying, "America first means putting American truckers first."
Virginia Man Loses Bid For License Plate With Trump InsultA Virginia man has lost his appeal to keep a personalized license plate that appears to contain an obscene message about President Donald Trump.
Young Immigrants Hopeful Following Trump's Meeting With DemocratsPresident Donald Trump and top Democrats may be close to reaching a deal on the future of hundreds of thousands of young people, brought here illegally as children.
Democrats Say They Have Deal With Trump On Young ImmigrantsThe top House and Senate Democrats said Wednesday they had reached agreement with President Donald Trump to protect thousands of younger immigrants from deportation and fund some border security enhancements — not including Trump’s long-sought border wall.
Milwaukee Sheriff, Trump Supporter Clarke ResignsThe tough-talking sheriff of Milwaukee County, David Clarke, resigned without explanation Thursday, capping a tumultuous year for the divisive, provocative lawman whose unabashed support for President Donald Trump and in-your-face personality earned him a national following among some conservatives.
Baltimore Mayor Doubles Down On Decision To Remove Monuments Following Trump's CriticismMayor Catherine Pugh defended her decision to remove four controversial monuments after the president called leaders who took that action "weak."
Senator Who Hoped For Trump Assassination In Post ApologizesA Missouri lawmaker who temporarily posted a Facebook comment expressing hope that President Donald Trump would be assassinated is apologizing to Trump and his family, but the Democrat says she has no plans to resign over what she called "a mistake."
MICA Faculty Member Pens Trump On Cover Of The New YorkerA faculty member at the Maryland Institute College of Art has penned an upcoming cover for The New Yorker magazine.
Poll: Majority Of Americans Consider Charlottesville Event Act Of TerrorismA CBS News poll released Thursday showed that 63 percent of Americans consider the events that occurred in Charlottesville as an act of domestic terrorism.