Former national security adviser Michael Flynn denied that he planned to remove an enemy of Turkey's president from the U.S.
California lawmakers just upped the number of zero-emission cars automakers have to sell.
The Trump team will look at overhauling the tax code, but don't expect new legislation soon.
Republicans failed to pass a replacement for Obamacare, but the health care political fight is still far from over.
A Virginia judge said President Trump's previous comments shouldn't disqualify his executive order.
Speaker Paul Ryan suspended the vote on the American Health Care Act after too many Republicans defected.
Earlier this week, reports surfaced that said Trump's former campaign manager was working to push Russian interests.
And much of our legal guidance comes from those lower courts.
The General Services Administration, which oversees the Trump International Hotel's lease, says the deal doesn't violate conflict of interest rules.
U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson reportedly received death threats after he blocked the Trump administration's revised travel ban.
The Congressional Budget Office said the updated American Health Care Act is a step back from the first.
The Trump administration is set to impose tougher visa vetting policies, including scanning social media for people who've been to ISIS territory.