Trump: 'We're Building That Wall,' Even If 'We Have To Close Down Our Government'House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi slammed the president for making the threat.
North Korea Mocks Trump's Twitter Habits, Condemns US Military DrillsNorth Korea had more harsh words for the US on Wednesday.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Issues Eclipse Glasses WarningPennsylvania's top prosecutor wants to make sure people don't get burned by glassed they've bought to view Monday's solar eclipse.
10 US Navy Sailors Missing After Destroyer Collides With Merchant ShipThe USS John S. McCain collided with the merchant vessel Alnic MC while the destroyer was making its way to a port visit in Singapore, the Navy said.
These States Have Introduced Bills To Protect Drivers Who Run Over ProtestersHere are the states where such bills were proposed, and the status of the legislation in their respective legislatures.
Steve Bannon Returns To Breitbart After Ouster From White HouseSteve Bannon returned to Breitbart News as executive chairman on Friday following his ouster from the White House.
Trump Lawyer: Supporting President 'Doesn't Make Me A Racist'Donald Trump's longtime adviser and personal attorney Michael Cohen says that his support for the President does not make him a racist.
Trump Business Panels Shut Down After CEOs Quit, Including Head Of Campbell SoupSeveral major corporations have stepped away from the Trump administration in light of the controversial comments from the president in the wake of last weekend's racial clash in Charlottesville.
Trump: 'Are We Gonna Take Down Statues To George Washington?'The president clashed with reporters during an event on infrastructure at Trump Tower in New York City on Tuesday afternoon.
Trump Strikes More Forceful Tone Against White Nationalists Following BacklashDozens of Republican leaders called out Trump this weekend for not specifically condemning the white nationalist groups in Charlottesville.
Trump: 'Fire And Fury' Statement About North Korea 'Wasn't Tough Enough'President Donald Trump is now warning the communist nation of “trouble” if it thinks about attacking the U.S. or American interests.
New Jersey Supreme Court Ruling Reverses 20 Years Of Family Court Precedent In StateNow, when a divorced parent wants to move out of state with their children, the best interests of the kids must be decided.