Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer met with the president Friday to hash out a deal and avoid a government shutdown.
The Supreme Court will finally decide whether President Trump's efforts to block travel from six Muslim-majority countries are legal.
The president said via video satellite his administration would always defend what he called the right to life.
With all of the initiatives and social media campaigns, how much actually changed for women in the past year?
A senior White House official told CNN it wouldn't look good if Trump was at his Mar-a-Lago resort during a government shutdown.
Officials told The New York Times that moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem could happen as soon as 2019.
Carl Higbie stepped down from his post after CNN uncovered discriminatory comments he'd made on various radio segments.
The process of appropriating government funds is often about compromise.
Senate Republicans need to convince weary Democrats to vote their way on a temporary spending bill, or the government will likely shut down.
The Supreme Court blocked a lower court's order to redraw North Carolina's congressional map by Jan. 24.
Members want time to work with the White House, which is reportedly telling witnesses to limit what they say.
The bill would reauthorize the program previously used to obtain Americans' transnational communications without a warrant.