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Automated bots and armchair investors are watching the president’s Twitter feed for company mentions, but predicting what happens next can be tricky.
The president made several questionable statements at an hourlong White House news conference.
The Justice Department said that it would not fight for the travel ban and that Mr. Trump would replace it with a “substantially revised executive order.”
President Trump and Republicans in Congress have called for an overhaul. Here are some important shifts that could be coming.
Republicans control the White House and Congress, and remain united in their desire to change the tax code. But they are far from united in how to achieve that goal.
Employees of the Environmental Protection Agency are calling their senators to try to defeat Scott Pruitt’s confirmation to run the agency.
In a raw news conference on Thursday, President Trump dismissed reports about contacts between his advisers and Russia and said his administration was not the chaotic operation perceived by some in Washington.
The Russian vessel has been plying the Eastern Seaboard, but a Coast Guard official said it was not unusual, and there was no cause for alarm.
A summons to the White House has long been much coveted. But for some top executives, it has become something to be ducked, lest it make them a target.
President Trump announced a new nominee for labor secretary and answered questions from reporters at the White House on Thursday.
A top aide to Ben Carson, the nominee to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development, was shown the door over an article he wrote during the campaign.
The president selected Mr. Acosta, a former assistant United States attorney who now heads of the law school at Florida International University in Miami.
The Judiciary Committee set a March 20 hearing date for President Trump’s bitterly contested nominee. Democrats have vowed tough questioning.
An article about President Trump’s ties to Russian officials had readers questioning the integrity of his campaign and United States intelligence officials.
David Friedman, who wrote an op-ed in which he compared liberal American Jews to the Jews who aided Nazis in the Holocaust, told a Senate panel that his comments were out of character.
The president suggested that the news media has made up sources in its Russia coverage. But he also said he wanted those sources caught.
Mr. Mulvaney, a congressman from South Carolina and a fiscal hawk, was approved on Thursday to head of the White House Office of Management and Budget.
President Trump has declined to fill out an N.C.A.A. tournament bracket for ESPN, but how good were Mr. Obama’s picks really when he was president?
The family of Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, is not keen on the appearance of an ambassadorship-for-baseball-team swap.
Congressional Republicans eagerly anticipated securing their conservative agenda, but they have yet to deliver on any of the sweeping legislation they promised.