Trump wades into California water wars, calls for diverting water to farmers in central valley

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump is wading into California's water wars, demanding speedy action by the federal government to divert much-needed water resources to Republican-leaning farmers in ... Read More

Feds charge NY man with threatening two US senators for supporting Kavanaugh

(SMITHTOWN, N.Y.) -- Federal authorities have arrested a New York man for allegedly threatening to attack two U.S. senators over their support for Brett Kavanaugh, whose nomination to the Supreme Court was almost derailed by an allegation he sexually... Read More

Paul Manafort arrives at court hearing about sentencing date in a wheelchair

(WASHINGTON) -- Paul Manafort, the onetime Trump campaign chairman, arrived in court on Friday for a hearing about his sentencing date in a wheelchair.

Manafort is currently in detention in an Alexandria, Virginia jail awaiting sentencing ... Read More

US and South Korea suspend more military exercises

(WASHINGTON) -- The United States and South Korea said Friday they have decided to suspend another joint military exercise to give more breathing room for ongoing denuclearization talks with North Korea.

The Pentagon announced Defense Secr... Read More

Outgoing UN Ambassador Nikki Haley introduced as 'next president of the US' at charity dinner

(NEW YORK) -- Outgoing U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley poked fun at President Donald Trump, his longtime rival Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other high-profile politicians in a lighthearted speech on Thursday.

Haley showed off her aptitude for kee... Read More

Trump: No regrets for praising Greg Gianforte for body-slamming reporter

(WASHINGTON) --  President Trump on Friday said he had no regret for making light of Rep. Greg Gianforte's physical assault on a reporter at a Montana rally Thursday night.

"No, that was a different league, a different world," Trump s... Read More

President Trump on whether Jamal Khashoggi is dead: 'certainly looks that way'

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump told reporters Thursday that he is concerned Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi might be dead.

"It certainly looks that way to me," Trump said as he departed from Joint Base Andrews. "It's very... Read More

The real problem with Elizabeth Warren's DNA test: Geneticists

(WASHINGTON) -- Does Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren really have Native American blood running through her veins?

It's scientifically impossible to know for sure, according to a collection of leading Native American geneticists, ind... Read More

Investigation of Trump foundation is politically biased: Trump Org attorney

(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump Organization is accusing the New York State Attorney General’s office of being “unfairly biased” in its case against the Donald J. Trump Foundation.

In a motion filed earlier this week urging th... Read More

Democrats suggest Trump had conflicts in deciding fate of FBI headquarters

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump inserted himself personally into his administration ’s discussion of the fate of the FBI headquarters in downtown Washington near his D.C. hotel, House Democrats said in a letter released Tuesday, raising ... Read More

President Trump threatens to close southern US border over caravan of migrants

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump is again ramping up his rhetoric on an issue he said he hopes can energize his Republican base heading into the midterms, with an all-caps threat to shut down the southern U.S. border if Mexico doesn’t stop the "... Read More