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President Donald Trump assumes his "financial statement" will "at some point" be released, he told ABC News in an interview that aired Sunday.
President Donald Trump's campaign says it will fire several pollsters after internal polling numbers that showed the President lagging behind Democratic presidential candidates in key states were made public, according to two campaign officials.
President Donald Trump's national security team is expected to discuss in detail this week whether to send additional US military force to the Middle East in the wake of last week's attack on two oil tankers, according to two US officials with direct knowledge of the discussions.
Former late night host and 9/11 first responders advocate Jon Stewart said Sunday that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has never been compassionate in his congressional dealings when it comes to passing health care packages for first responders.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that the United States is "considering a full range of options" regarding rising tensions with Iran, including military options, but emphasized that President Donald Trump has said that he does not want to go to war.
With 232 days until the Iowa caucuses and a record number of Democratic candidates, the 2020 election is already in full swing. Every Sunday, I will round up the 5 BIG storylines you need to know to understand the upcoming week on the campaign trail. And they're ranked -- so the No. 1 story is the most important of the coming week.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Sunday that the pressure to impeach President Donald Trump is growing with each passing day.
President Donald Trump's on-again, off-again relationship with corporate America was on full display this week as he sparred publicly with the country's most powerful business lobby over his rinse-and-repeat use of tariffs -- and then welcomed top executives to the White House to plead with him in person.
Here are the stories our panel of top political reporters will be watching for in the week ahead, in today's "Inside Politics" forecast.
President Trump was apparently so perturbed by his chief of staff coughing during an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in the Oval Office last week, that he asked his staffer to leave the room, according to a transcript from the station.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg doesn’t believe he’ll be the first gay president if elected in 2020.
President Trump said Democrats could stop stonewalling over immigration and solve the issue with just a quick meeting, in remarks broadcast Sunday with ABC News’ "This Week" anchor George Stephanopoulos.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott enacted a two-year spending bill this weekend that included a $1 million public safety campaign for firearm storage opposed by the National Rifle Association (NRA) and gun rights activists.
"I think it needs to be clear, and hopefully it is clear to Iran, that basically, this is it," Kinzinger said.
President Trump, in remarks broadcast Sunday, said former President Obama "certainly must have known about" what he characterized as high-level efforts by "FBI low-lifes" and other intelligence operatives to undermine his presidency.
Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, unveiled another plan geared toward ending racial inequality on Saturday, pledging that as president he would vastly expand the federal government's investment in women- and minority-owned businesses.
Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe said he wanted to see an "immediate" impeachment inquiry based on what came out of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report.
Rep. Adam Schiff. D-Calif., often a harsh critic of President Trump, agrees with him on one thing: the idea that Iran was behind the bombing of two oil tankers in Gulf of Oman last week.
Beto O’Rourke became the latest Democratic presidential candidate to support the idea of impeaching President Trump – arguing that the president’s comments earlier in the week that he’d be open to accepting foreign intelligence on his 2020 rivals is reason enough to see him ousted from office.
Trump said the paper committed a "virtual act of treason" with its story about increased U.S. cyber attacks on Russia.
The president's re-election campaign says series of polls showing Joe Biden ahead in key states are "ancient" news.
Americans overall remain divided over beginning impeachment hearings but Democratic support has surged since last month.
But the Data Download team looked closer at the numbers and we noticed another trend: a hardening of views.
Many key players from Trump’s first campaign largely absent for “bigger, better and badder” second round.
"Everybody ought to be held accountable," the presidential candidate told NBC's Chuck Todd.
"It's no longer death by a thousand cuts. It's taking a knife to the jugular,” one science advocate said of the order to eliminate a third of the advisory boards.
The president's daughter is working as an unpaid adviser in the White House, but continuing to make millions from the family business.
Analysis: With 10 candidates on stage each night at the first primary face off June 26-27, there are a few contenders to keep a close eye on.
A Flint woman suing the officials said she and her minor daughter suffered injuries from drinking and bathing in water contaminated with lead.
CBS News' Battleground Tracker poll shows Biden leading the field, with Warren, Harris and Sanders close behind
Israel is hoping the rebranded "Ramat Trump" — Hebrew for "Trump Heights" — will encourage a wave of residents to vastly expand it
The Trump administration says the world must unite as it works to build a global consensus that Iran was behind Thursday's attacks on two oil tankers. So far, only Britain and Saudi Arabia are backing the case. Errol Barnett reports.
This week on "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan talks to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Rep. Adam Schiff, Sen. Tom Cotton and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Missed the second half of the show? Mayor Pete Buttigieg joins Margaret Brennan discussing his 2020 campaign for president. A panel of experts discuss whether Democrats want “revolution or restoration” in 2020.
CBS News elections and surveys director discusses the CBS News 2020 Battleground Tracker, featuring new polling from early Democratic contests.
Electability has propelled Biden into an early lead, but Warren and Sanders are also in the mix
CBS News Elections & Surveys Director joins Margaret Brennan to discuss the CBS News 2020 Battleground Tracker, featuring new polling from early Democratic contests.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg joins moderator Margaret Brennan for a wide-ranging interview about his 2020 campaign for president, foreign policy and more.
"Should we do away with it? I think that's where current people have to make a decision," retired Army Gen. Keith Alexander said Friday
The move comes just days ahead of Trump’s official launch of his reelection campaign.
Legal analysts warned that the president and his advisers emerged from the battle over the Mueller report with a conviction they not feel constrained by safeguards built into the nation’s political system.
The House speaker has demonstrated the firm grip she wields over her caucus — quashing impeachment efforts, at least for now.
The House speaker has demonstrated the firm grip she wields over her caucus — quashing impeachment efforts, at least for now.
In this edition: The 2020 contenders with trouble at home, the Biden/Bernie poll paradox, and a big pre-debate week ahead of us.
And why some Republicans in Northern Virginia are irked by the congresswoman’s focus on the issue.
Calling the former vice president the “most formidable” or safest candidate is misguided pseudoscience.
“I don’t think he’s necessarily convinced all women,” the New York Democrat said of Biden’s pledge in April to be more “mindful” of people’s boundaries.
In a morning tweet, the president asked, “Do you think the people would demand that I stay longer? KEEP AMERICA GREAT.”
John Roberts fills a pivotal role in politically fraught decisions on the census and gerrymandering.
After the leak of internal polls showing President Trump behind Joe Biden in several key states, the campaign is cutting ties with three of its five pollsters.
The topic is one of the most divisive issues before the State Legislature this year, and Democrats worry it could endanger them politically.
After years of public outrage, some bipartisan solutions are emerging. But whether they will make it through a divided Washington is still unclear.
If the president follows through on issuing a plan, it could help shape a presidential race that Democrats would like to focus largely on health care.
Abortion is anything but a simple issue. But the nuance in how most Americans think about it has all but disappeared from the political conversation, some voters say.
Just two days before President Trump is set to kick off his re-election campaign, his team was cutting ties with three pollsters as part of an effort to prevent further leaks.
The Citizenship and Immigration Services agency has increased processing times for applications from international students seeking summer jobs, leaving hundreds stranded.
The president outrages the Democratic base daily, but the lawmakers who gave Democrats their House majority remain firm that impeachment is not what their constituents want.
Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris are generating the most buzz, but for different reasons. Hometown candidates like Kirsten Gillibrand and Bill de Blasio are stirring less excitement.
Struggling to compete against online rivals, retailers could be forced to close more stores if tariffs hit Chinese footwear, toys and apparel, analysts say.
The president told ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he hopes Congress gets his "fantastic financial statement." He's blocked them from getting his tax returns.
Speaking to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, the president stressed his "very strong relationship" with the "very smart" Kim Jong Un.
“I want to make it clear that this has never been dealt with compassionately by Senator McConnell," Stewart said on "Fox News Sunday."
Trump insisted the data, which put him behind Joe Biden in key states, came from “fake polls” and he's actually winning “very big.”
"I cannot in good faith perform there," the comedian said in a statement.
Teachers went on strike in February over a bill they opposed. A few months later, they face the same fight.
“We are going to work to build out a set of countries that have deep vested interest in keeping that strait open to help us do that,” Pompeo said.
The president has ruminated before about serving more than two terms, a scenario the Constitution bars.
Douala Hashi, 31, allegedly sprayed a fire extinguisher at police inside the Queens building.
The secretary of state snapped at Fox News' Chris Wallace for asking about "a Washington piece of silliness."
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg said it’s “almost certain” he would not be the first gay man to serve as president of the United States if elected in 2020.
During Sunday’s “The Cats Roundtable” on New York 970 AM radio, President Donald Trump pollster John McLaughlin commented on the president’s chances in 2020. McLaughlin told host John Catsimatidis that Trump is “on his way to reelection” in 2020 despite
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is surging ahead of the Democratic National Committee's (DNC) first presidential primary debate, scheduled for June 26 and June 27.
Federal immigration officials at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency are "actively working" to enforce President Donald Trump's recent crackdown on welfare-dependent legal immigration to the U.S.
Angel Dad Chris Odette has yet to see any justice for the death of his daughter, Chrishia, who was killed by an illegal alien in 2014.
Senate and Congressional Western Caucuses are praising the revision of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to help prevent wildfires.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) suggested on Sunday that America should secure its border before avenging foreign vessels allegedly attacked by Iran.
A recent quote for a Tesla solar roof installation reveals the high cost of the technology. The cost of going green with Tesla, according to one customer quote, is $85,000.
A Florida man is accused of stealing pool floats for sex because he wanted to avoid "raping women," according to the authorities.
TEL AVIV - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday inaugurated a new town in the Golan Heights named after President Donald Trump in recognition of his formal recognition of Israel's sovereignty over the strategic plateau.