In President Trump's first year, boarder arrests drop to a 45-year low, but deportation arrests surged 40 percent from the same period a year earlier.
After a storm of sexual misconduct allegations and pressure from Democratic colleagues, Rep. John Conyers (D) of Michigan resigns from his position in Congress.
Cases against the executive order are still being heard in lower courts, but the Supreme Court's move may set the tone for those cases.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan are both committed to cooperate on the war on terror, amid Trump administration calls for Islamabad to target insurgents moving back and forth across the border with Afghanistan.
Challengers to President Trump's most recent travel ban say the ban discriminates against nationalities and targets mainly Muslim-majority countries.
President Trump took aim at the FBI in a flurry of tweets, calling out the FBI agent who was removed from the investigation for his anti-Trump texts. His tweets have drawn criticism from Democrats and Republicans who warn the president should refrain from weighing in.
Despite concern that Senate Republicans did not have enough votes to pass the long-awaited Senate tax reform, last minute tweaks to the bill to get holdouts onboard have renewed Republican leaders' confidence in its passage.
Michael Flynn, former national security advisor, pleads guilty in US district court to making false statements to the FBI. Mr. Flynn is the first to plead guilty to charges made as a result of Robert Mueller's investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.
The shooting death of Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier in 2015 by homeless illegal immigrant Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, which became the center of a national immigration policy debate, has been ruled an accident.
Students, faculty, and outside critics are calling on colleges and universities to rescind honors to notable figures accused of sexual misconduct in recent weeks, a process often not governed by any formal policy.
The Senator from Maine says the White House has engaged with her on tax reform, and her meetings with President Trump may result in changes that bring her closer to being a "yes" on the tax bill.