North Korea calls Trump tweet "a declaration of war"
"We've not declared war on North Korea, and frankly the suggestion of that is absurd," W.H. press secretary says
Clinton won't rule out questioning Trump's legitimacy
Hillary Clinton is refusing to rule out the possibility of questioning President Donald Trump's legitimacy depending on the outcome of official inquiries into Russia's attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Trump, top Democrats agree to fix for DACA and border security
The top House and Senate Democrats said Wednesday they had reached agreement with President Donald Trump to protect DACA recipients and fund some border security enhancements – not including Trump’s long-sought border wall.
Betsy DeVos plans to change how campuses deal with sexual assault. How does that impact Washington schools?
It’s unclear whether a change in federal policy on investigating campus sexual assaults will have an effect on Washington schools.
How Charlottesville and Trump reveal CEO character
Three major company CEOs left President Donald Trump's advisory council after the tardy and half-hearted condemnation of the alt-right's ugly demonstration. Most remain aboard. Why?
In new threat, Trump demands North Korea ‘get their act together’
Issuing a new threat to North Korea, President Donald Trump demanded that North Korea “get their act together” or face extraordinary trouble. He said his previous warning of “fire and fury” if Pyongyang threatened the U.S. again might have been too soft.
How states are handling Trump's voter information request
How states are handling Trump's voter information request.
Trump retweets Fox News story containing classified info
by: Zachary Cohen, CNN
President Donald Trump's retweet of a Fox News story claiming US satellites detected North Korea moving anti-ship cruise missiles to a patrol boat is raising eyebrows on Tuesday after US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley indicated that the information in the report is classified and was leaked.
Analysis | Trump’s base is officially crumbling
A new poll has Trump's approval lower than in any previous poll.
Many Politicians Lie. But Trump Has Elevated the Art of Fabrication.
by: Sheryl Gay Stolberg
President Trump is not the first president to be caught in lies. But the degree to which he has trafficked in falsehoods is raising questions about whether standards for veracity have eroded.