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President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he is "seriously" considering ending US birthright citizenship despite the fact that such a move would face immediate legal challenge and is at odds with Supreme Court precedent.
President Donald Trump's sudden and barely believable spat with Denmark shows how he has turned American diplomacy into a reflection of his tempestuous, erratic personality.
There's been a change in President Donald Trump. He used to say he had accomplished more than any other President, a debatable claim. But now he's using messianic language about himself.
Something is eating at President Donald Trump.
Democratic Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday announced he is suspending his presidential campaign.
President Donald Trump made at least 11 false claims Wednesday while speaking with reporters for more than half an hour before leaving the White House for a speech and fundraiser in Kentucky.
After President Donald Trump said Jewish Americans for supporting Democrats "shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty," key Democrats in Congress responded by calling the President's comments an "anti-Semitic attack."
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said Wednesday that ISIS was not "in a resurgent state in Syria" despite a Pentagon inspector general report saying the terror group is re-surging in that country.
President Donald Trump's comments that he would like to see Russia join the G8 are being lauded on state TV in Russia. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
The whispers began within minutes of the release of CNN's new national poll on the 2020 field: Is something wrong with Sen. Kamala Harris' campaign?
Democratic presidential candidates spent hundreds of dollars on Uber and Lyft even as they supported the boycott of the ride-hailing services back in May.
Crime-ridden San Francisco has introduced new sanitized language for criminals, getting rid of words such as “offender” and “addict” while changing “convicted felon” to “justice-involved person.”
China is the Pentagon's “number one priority,” and the United States is watching Beijing "very carefully" in order to safeguard America.
North Carolina’s Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have made it mandatory for state and local law enforcement to comply with detainer requests from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The shootings keep happening. And the parliamentary numbers change very little.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced Wednesday night he's "withdrawing" from the 2020 presidential race, as the Democrat said "it's become clear" he didn't have a shot at winning the primary.
March for Our Lives, the gun control group started by a group of Parkland survivors, announced an ambitious series of proposals that would radically change the landscape of firearm regulations in order to drastically reduce gun ownership and gun-related deaths.
Congressman and 2020 hopeful Tim Ryan, D-Oh., said he agreed with former Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, who warned Democratic nominees running on "Medicare-for-all" platforms that the strategy would be a flub in the general election.
A federal court judge on Wednesday ruled that President Trump has the right to immediately challenge congressional Democrats' Emoluments Clause lawsuit against him, saying the litigation raises the "unsettled" question of whether politicians have standing to sue a sitting president for running international businesses.
Nikki Haley, the former U.S. ambassador to United Nations, on Wednesday denied the “false rumors” that she could replace Mike Pence as the Republican Party’s vice presidential nominee in 2020.
The climate change-focused candidate told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow that he had "never been so confident" of America's ability to tackle the issue.
The president called off the visit after the prime minister rebuffed his interest in buying Greenland, a Danish territory.
The debate will be held in Houston on Sept. 12, and a second night may be added if more candidates qualify.
President Trump said Wednesday that he had an “appetite for background checks,” then said our current system is already strong. He also, after previously saying he is thinking of a payroll tax, said “we don’t need” a tax cut and have a strong economy. Trump blasted the prime minister of Denmark, calling her remarks “nasty” after she ridiculed his desire to purchase Greenland.
“Are they deliberately seeking to create a public health emergency at their detention centers?” said a health care provider.
The list of Democratic members of the House of Representatives and an independent who favor starting an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
The president denied his comments were anti-Semitic despite sweeping criticism from Jewish leaders.
Katie Williams insists she's a victim of censorship, while organizers said she violated social media rules.
The decision could give a single elector the power to decide the outcome of a presidential election — if the popular vote results in an apparent Electoral College tie.
“I’m so afraid of going back. We will face death,” said a Venezuelan woman who is currently in the U.S.
The Trump administration is reviewing whether to end a program that helps undocumented family members of U.S. troops adjust their legal status
And Mark Sanford, who's considering a White House run, told CBS News: "If you look at a state like New Hampshire, there certainly is historic precedent for somebody getting in during this window of time"
March for Our Lives leaders unveil the Peace Plan for a Safer America, aiming to get at the root causes of gun violence
The Democratic candidate, who made fighting climate change a central theme of his campaign, made the announcement late Wednesday
The Trump administration put out a new rule that would allow migrant families to be held indefinitely while their requests for asylum are considered. That would end the current limit of 20 days before the families must be released. Chip Reid reports.
John Kasich is planning a visit to New Hampshire next month, and Mark Sanford has also made a trip to the state
While President Trump blasts Jerome Powell for slowdown, Fed officials put the blame squarely on trade tensions
The White House hopes to upend a landmark court settlement that has governed the care of migrant children in U.S. custody for two decades
President Trump told CBS News he believes gun deaths in the U.S. have reached a critical point. But his solution to the crisis remains ambiguous. Paula Reid explains.
President Trump hasn't made it entirely clear what he wants to do about gun violence
The Fix spoke to one of The Post's reporters who has been uncovering the extraordinary drama at the top gun-rights group.
Buoyed by victories in three states last year, Democrats are looking to expand their representation in the offices that oversee elections in most states.
The vice president's numbers don't add up, and his office didn't even try to defend them.
Washington state governor Jay Inslee, who entered the presidential race with an argument that climate change is the central issue of our time, dropped out of the race for Democratic nominee for president on Wednesday.
The decision is a setback for critics who hope the courts will find him in violation of the Constitution’s emoluments clauses.
Leaders and members of unions have complained to candidates that a single-payer plan would offer weaker coverage than they have negotiated under the current system.
Iceland Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir said that it was “very difficult” to organize her schedule around the visit, which is planned for Sept. 4, saying she’ll be out of the country on other business.
What passes for a normal day at the White House is anything but.
What passes for a normal day at the White House is anything but.
The president praised the might of the U.S. military, saying, “No adversary stands a chance against the awesome power of the red, white and blue.”
Polling suggests that worries about the health of the economic expansion cross party lines.
He ran on a message of fighting climate change, but failed to find much support in the polls. Now he intends to seek another term as governor of Washington.
The new press secretary and communications director is more behind-the-scenes facilitator than public face of the administration.
Restaurants, farms and other employers say they need more foreign workers. And economic growth may depend on it, given lower birthrates.
The Trump administration wants to hold migrant families caught crossing the border for as long as it takes to decide their cases.
The president continued his effort to blame his predecessor for one of his most controversial policies.
Mr. Sanders rolled out a plan for organized labor as more than a dozen Democratic candidates pitched themselves to union members in Iowa.
Iranian-backed Houthi forces claimed credit for the downing of the drone, an MQ-9 Reaper.
President Trump’s much-ridiculed Greenland venture comes at a time when he has seemed particularly erratic.
If one more candidate qualifies for the September debate in Houston, it will be spread across two nights. Tom Steyer is very close.
Barbara Res also pinpointed the moment Trump became "like a cartoon" for her.
Laurence Tribe calls out the president for trying to "reverse the outcome of the Civil War" and rewrite the 14th Amendment.
The president mentioned the founder of Ford Motor Co., who frequently used his platform to spread anti-Semitic messages across the country and the world.
This isn't the first time the president has said he was looking to end birthright citizenship, which is granted by the 14th Amendment.
The Washington state governor released a hefty library of climate policies and raised money from over 130,000 donors, but failed to break 1% in the polls.
President Trump's contradictory statements on gun policy this month have been confusing — but his stance has fluctuated many times in the last 20 years.
Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper called the legislation "unconstitutional."
The former U.N. ambassador did a bad job of stopping the chatter but a great job of creating a meme.
Rep. Grace Meng (D-N.Y.) heads the group of Asian American and Pacific Islander lawmakers making the request.
People awaiting trial are often eligible to vote but don't know it.
The number of migrant-background residents in Germany has reached a new all-time high of 25.5 percent, and 42 per cent of children are of migrant backgrounds.
Pop megastar Rihanna is feeling the heat as her decision to honor leftist Shaun King at her annual Diamond Ball is being met with swift backlash on social media, including criticism over the way the controversial social justice activist threatened to sue a fellow activist earlier this year.
The New York Times reported Wednesday evening that former Rep. Joe Walsh (D-IL) is considering a primary challenge to President Donald Trump, and that he is being supported by "Never Trump" stalwart Bill Kristol.
On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “The Story,” White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley stated that President Trump “was very clear” that he wants “meaningful background checks” during his discussion with the NRA. Gidley said, “I
"You get a broken hyoid when someone tries to strangle you," said Jeanine Pirro of Jeffrey Epstein's death in a Tuesday interview on SiriusXM's Breitbart News Tonight with hosts Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak.
Wayne Allyn Root defended President Donald Trump's relationship with the Jewish people. Root claimed that Jews in Israel loved him as much as the "King of Israel" or the "second coming of God."
A rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel early Thursday morning, the IDF said. The attack came shortly after Israeli planes struck Hamas naval targets off the coast of the Strip following an earlier rocket attack which landed in an open field in Israel.
Six Connecticut senior citizens -- five men and one woman -- have been arrested for lewd behavior in a park for allegedly having sex in public, reports say.
Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington state announced Wednesday evening on MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show that he is leaving the 2020 presidential race -- two weeks before a climate change debate for which he had campaigned.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s staff forced a reporter to hide in a closet during a $500-a-head fundraiser in 2011.