President Trump vowed to protect gun rights, called out the media and touted the success of "Roseanne" in remarks Thursday afternoon.
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President Trump on Friday signed the massive $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill despite an earlier threat to veto the legislation due to the lack of border wall funding and a fix for DACA.
Newly released video by MGM Resorts shows Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock at Mandalay Bay wheeling around luggage filled with weapons days before the Oct. 1, 2017 massacre, during which he killed 58 people.
President Trump joked Thursday about the advice he would have given to himself at age 25.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra called the building of a border wall Tuesday "medieval technology that doesn't really have a place in the 21st century."
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke from the State Department Tuesday, hours after President Trump announced he would be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and an ABC News reporter engaged in a contentious debate about whether President Donald Trump is keeping the NSA from fully taking action to prevent future Russian election intrusion.
Vice President Mike Pence stood by embattled White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, saying the former Marine general has done a "remarkable job."
Sen. Chuck Grassley said former President Obama's national security adviser Susan Rice must answer lawmakers' questions about why she sent an "unusual" email to herself in the last hours of the Obama administration.
Bret Baier said the long knives are out for White House Chief of Staff John Kelly amid the controversy over former top White House staffer Rob Porter.
Fox News contributor Marie Harf said the White House needs to have a "serious discussion" after the resignation of staff secretary Rob Porter, who stepped down after his two ex-wives came forward with allegations of domestic violence.
Defense Secretary James Mattis said Wednesday the Pentagon will submit proposals to the White House for holding a military parade called for by President Trump.