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The president repeated misleading statements on the vetting of refugees entering the United States and on the crime rate.
In Florida, the president put aside the stress of Washington governing and reprised many of his greatest-hits themes and lines from last year.
John F. Kelly, the secretary of Homeland Security, said a revised travel ban was coming that would apply to fewer people.
Three of the candidates are military veterans, and the fourth is John R. Bolton, the former United Nations ambassador. David H. Petraeus is not in the running.
Two new developments highlight the complications created when the president of the United States owns a sprawling real estate company.
Despite a cabinet has been deemed the most conservative of any Republican president, some question whether President Trump will ultimately be loyal to their ideology.
The president is presiding over a government where the upper echelons remain sparsely populated, and not just because of resistance from Democrats.
Vice President Mike Pence offered reassurances Saturday to anxious European leaders, but he also warned that they must spend more on defense.
Mrs. Trump joins a long line of women — from Louisa Adams to Pat Nixon — who weren’t wild about the idea of Washington life.
As lawmakers head home, their constituents will be waiting for them, at events like those in South Carolina and New York, and some may not be happy to see them.
Kevin McCarthy, the House majority leader, represents a Trump-supporting rural area in California. His message to the state: Poking the president could hurt you.
An anticipated conversation between the comedian Bill Maher and the right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos turned out to be a mostly chummy affair.
The country's missile test this month gave weapons monitors a status report on the progress of North Korea's nuclear program. They said there was a significant advance.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, AmeriCorps and the National Endowments for the Arts and the Humanities could be eliminated.
Kyle Mazza, 19, created his own network in Fair Lawn, N.J., when he was 8 years old. On Thursday, his question about the first lady provided a respite for Mr. Trump during a combative news conference.
The sordid details of a case that involved R. Alexander Acosta, the new pick for labor secretary, are set to air again.
Established by President Barack Obama, the parole-like panel decides whether prisoners should remain in detention or be transferred.
A tax on high-cost employee health plans, the Cadillac tax, was a reviled part of the original Obamacare law. It was blocked, but something similar may be back.
Who does Donald J. Trump call when he needs a wall? The luxury-condo king of Miami. But their relationship has seen better days.
Even from a president who routinely castigates journalists, President Trump’s Twitter post was a striking escalation in his attacks on the news media.