President Trump accused former President Barack Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower during the campaign, spurring confusion among top aides and officials as he did not cite any evidence to back his claims.
As reports of contacts with Russia emerge, the president's denials and counterattacks create the impression that the administration has something to hide.
New polls show that, while support for a travel ban has dropped among most religious faiths, it has grown among Evangelicals – a sign of their cultural evolution and growing bond with the Trump administration.
Political scientists say how we debate, vote, and change our minds can be put to work in an ambitious plan for improving the political process and combat polarization.
This will be Carson's first time holding political office. He and Republicans have pointed to his personal experience being raised on public assistance in inner-city Detroit to explain his selection for the role.
A letter from White House counsel to the Office of Government Ethics says Conway is 'highly unlikely' to endorse Ivanka Trump's clothing line again after a review of ethics rules.
Ms. Winfrey, who previously swore she would never run for president, says President Trump's election has made her rethink whether she could win the White House.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted says his office has identified 82 non-US citizens who voted illegally voted in recent elections in the state.
A survey of US children ages 13 to 17 finds that America's teens are nearly as politically disillusioned as their parents, yet they are also somewhat more likely to say that America's best days lie ahead.
Former President George W. Bush voiced his support for a free press, and said Americans 'need answers' on the administration's alleged ties to Russia, but avoided directly criticizing the new president.