The attorney general even seemed to forget his own forgetfulness in testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
Bannon thinks the perception that Todd is on his side will make his argument stronger.
Although she won't admit it, the former interim chair of the DNC seems to feel a twinge of regret for making such a strong accusation.
Allies speaking privately are undermining what the White House is saying publicly.
When Donald Trump visited The Washington Post in March 2016 to be interviewed by the newspaper's editorial board, publisher Fred Ryan opened the session by...
The former House speaker goes off on a polarized media environment in which reality is optional.
The Clinton camp left out its own role in the dossier's creation, as it ripped the media for sitting on unverified information.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders didn't bother to defend the president's conduct. She just said he is a winner, while Bob Corker and Jeff Flake are losers.
The former Fox News host says she is "very impressed with the journalism at VOA."
The first lady is participating in National Bullying Prevention Month, but taunts and insults are central to her husband's political brand.
As far as the president is concerned, negative equals fake, and positive equals real. It's as simple as that.
The Trump administration flashes its authoritarian streak. Again.
The White House chief of staff said the president is "brave."
Veteran representative takes journalist Peter Doocy to task for asking whether he would block draft legislation because of personal dislike of President Trump...
While talking politics can seem risky, evidence suggests that Kimmel actually is not sacrificing ratings when he speaks out.
The poll seemed to suggest that the Holocaust death toll is up for debate.
Monday's impromptu news conference was a pleasant surprise, but Trump gave special treatment to his favorite network.
"Mr. President, I am so glad to see you. I'm so proud of everything you're doing."
"It's frankly disgusting the way the press is able to write whatever they want to write," the president said on Wednesday.
It is hard to fully appreciate the way Weinstein allegedly operated until you hear his voice on tape.