Author: MAEGAN VAZQUEZ, CNN

Trump, Saudi Arabia stay close after Pensacola shooting

President Donald Trump appears to be maintaining his support of Saudi Arabia in the wake of a deadly shooting at a US naval base allegedly perpetrated by a Saudi national -- a crime the FBI presumes is an act of terrorism.

Trump abruptly cancels NATO news conference

President Donald Trump appeared to be in a fractious mood as he met with world leaders at the NATO summit outside London on Wednesday, calling the leader of the US's northern neighbor "two-faced" and abruptly canceling his end-of-meeting press conference which was scheduled to take place while the House Judiciary Committee is holding

Trump holds lucrative fundraiser in between NATO meetings

President Donald Trump attended a lucrative fundraiser with wealthy Americans residing in London in between meetings ahead of the NATO summit on Tuesday, part of what appears to be a larger effort by the President to use his European visit to highlight his accomplishments on the world stage.

Trump says he's 'the one that did the capturing' in Syria

President Donald Trump spoke at length during a Cabinet meeting on Monday about his decision to withdraw US troops from northern Syria -- arguing that the US never agreed to protect Syrian Kurds forever, suggesting the US may secure an oil deal for the Kurds to bolster their finances and

Trump campaign still hasn't paid back at least 6 cities for rally bills

President Donald Trump's reelection campaign sparred with local Minneapolis officials this week when a local arena threatened to bar the campaign from holding a rally if they did not pay a $530,000 bill -- a fee that was passed on by the city for security services, among other costs.

White House scrubs notice on DOJ Biden investigation

The White House removed a section of its daily public newsletter on Thursday that suggested President Donald Trump had instructed the Justice Department to launch an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his family.