“We’re not going to control the pandemic.” White House chief of staff Mark Meadows acknowledged that the Trump administration won’t try to stop the coronavirus spread.
The American Petroleum Institute sent Trump’s Interior Department a lengthy list of demands in March to help it weather the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lawyers say they can't locate the parents of at least 545 migrant children after they were separated under the president's "zero-tolerance" border policy.
Safety experts warn that the Trump administration move will leave regulators oblivious to workplace coronavirus clusters.
Using a tactic deployed against white supremacists, DOJ charged a punk rocker who protested police violence with being a drug user in possession of firearms.
The lobbying giant raked in cash from both U.S. oil interests and Saudi Arabia, the nation that launched an oil war that sent fossil fuel prices tumbling.
The chief of staff, who spent days in proximity to Trump while the president had COVID-19, stormed off after saying, "I'm not going to talk through a mask."
In 2018, the administration tried to bury the report with a Black Friday release, then spent weeks working to downplay and dismiss its dire findings.
The White House adviser is reportedly experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. President Trump and the first lady later tested positive.
There hasn't been much progress in talks between Democrats and the Trump administration.