Biden counting on primary win in South Carolina to revive hopes
Voters headed to the polls in South Carolina on Saturday for the fourth contest in the Democratic presidential nomination race, with Joe Biden looking to salvage his flagging White House hopes
Trump wins key court case on snub of Congressional subpoenas
The White House won a key victory for presidential power Friday when an appeals court rejected a lawsuit over President Donald Trump's blocking his former legal advisor
Ex-Trump aide Bolton ready to testify in impeachment trial
Former White House national security advisor John Bolton said Monday that he is willing to testify if subpoenaed in the Senate impeachment trial
White House rejects participation in 'baseless' impeachment probe
The White House blasted the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump as "completely baseless" Friday, signalling it would not seek to defend the president in Democratic-led hearings to draw up formal charges against him.
Washington airspace alert sparks White House lockdown
The US Air Force scrambled jets Tuesday after reports of an unidentified aircraft in restricted airspace over Washington forced a brief lockdown in the White House.
Court says White House must comply with impeachment subpoenas
Donald Trump's top aides must comply with subpoenas to appear in the impeachment investigation against the president, a US appeals court judge ruled.
A corrupt White House
Is institutional corruption in the highest echelons of the U.S. government going to be state-sanctioned and be given free passage and a safe harbor?
White House admits Trump tied Ukraine aid to political effort
A top White House official admitted Thursday that President Donald Trump had tied military aid for Ukraine to Kiev undertaking an investigation that would help Trump politically, adding ammunition to Democrats' impeachment probe.