Biden weathers Democratic debate but uncertainty persists
Joe Biden did what he needed to -- avoid major blunders -- in the latest debate featuring the top Democrats in the 2020 race for the White House, but the frontrunner faced lingering doubts Friday about his ability to take on President Donald Trump.
Trump's revolving door: Bolton the latest to go
National Security Advisor John Bolton, fired by US President Donald Trump on Tuesday, is the latest member of his administration to be shown the door.
Trump hits back as UK's top envoy calls his White House 'inept'
US President Donald Trump hit back on Sunday and the UK launched an inquiry after leaked memos revealed Britain's ambassador in the US had described the president and his White House as "inept" and "uniquely dysfunctional".
Man sets self on fire near White House
A man set himself on fire near the White House on Wednesday, the Secret Service said, adding that the individual was receiving first aid at the scene.
Trump, US media in open war on annual dinner date
It's meant to be the annual Washington love-in, a dinner where White House journalists and the president yuck it up in a hotel ballroom.
Mexico must crack down on border crossings or face car tariffs
President Donald Trump on Thursday threatened to impose car import tariffs on Mexico if it doesn't do more to stop the flow of undocumented migrants and drug smuggling at the US border. "If Mexico doesn't give the help, that's OK, we're going to tariff their cars," Trump said at the White House. "I will do…
White House security row shines harsh light on Trump's son-in-law
Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner faced little scrutiny on his way to becoming one of America's most powerful people. But now a row over White House security clearances is pushing the president's publicity-shy favorite into unwelcome limelight.
Whistleblower reveals 'grave breaches' in White House security clearances
Some 25 White House officials including top advisors of President Donald Trump were given security clearances despite staff recommendations against it, a whistleblower has told Congress.
White House gets report that could trigger auto tariffs
The White House received Monday a Commerce Department report on the auto industry that could trigger tariffs against imported cars and intensify tensions with Europe.