The lawsuits that could block Trump's border wall

Obtaining funding is only half the fight for President Donald Trump to move forward with his signature border wall, as the administration is expected to face a slew of legal challenges that will likely draw out the construction of barriers.

What needs to happen now to avert a government shutdown

A tentative border security deal has been agreed to on Capitol Hill, but there is still more work to be done in Washington before a partial government shutdown can be averted -- and there are plenty of opportunities along the way for a deal to be derailed.

US commander: Little change in NKorea's military capabilities

The top US commander on the Korean Peninsula told Senate lawmakers Tuesday that "despite a reduction" in tensions with North Korea, there has been "little to no verifiable change" in the country's military capabilities since President Donald Trump's first summit with Kim Jong Un last summer.

Senate intel chair: Any goodwill with Michael Cohen 'gone'

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr said "any goodwill" his panel may have had toward Michael Cohen was gone after President Donald Trump's former lawyer "stiffed" them -- a point Cohen's attorney disputed later Tuesday.

Lawmakers heading to funding deal with little border money

Republican and Democratic negotiators are exchanging border security proposals that contain far less funding for the border wall than President Donald Trump has demanded, with just days left before a deadline to release their bill ahead of another potential government shutdown.

Trump in 'very good health,' physician says

Dr. Sean Conley, physician to the President, announced that President Donald Trump is in "very good health" following his physical examination at the Walter Reed military hospital Friday.

Trump furious over Schiff hires

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff has hired officials with experience at the National Security Council to help with his panel's oversight of President Donald Trump's administration, according to a committee aide.

Trump responds to Tillerson criticism

President Donald Trump is responding to criticism from his former secretary of state Rex Tillerson by calling Tillerson "dumb as a rock" and "lazy as hell." During a rare public appearance in Houston Thursday evening, Tillerson weighed in on his…

What's next for CNN v. Trump?

CNN won round one of its federal lawsuit against President Trump. But it was only round one. And no one knows how many more rounds there will be.