Zeke J Miller

Congress will have a narrow but achievable window to spare the Dreamers
President Donald Trump on Friday formally ordered the Department of Defense to reverse a 2016 order allowing transgender individuals to serve openly in the military.
President Donald Trump has replaced chief of staff Reince Priebus, he said late Friday on Twitter, replacing him with Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly
The discussion was only disclosed by the White House after TIME columnist Ian Bremmer reported of its existence
The email chain released by Trump Jr., who took the June 2016 meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya, shows that the younger Trump was promised “very high level and sensitive information"
Sean Spicer is eyeing ceding the podium in the coming weeks to take on the role of Senior Advisor for Communications on a full-time basis, according to two officials
President Donald Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey could potentially set off a chain of events that could envelop his administration
President Trump will travel to the seats of the world’s three major monotheistic faiths on his first foreign trip, the White House announced Thursday
President┬áTrump’s administration is breaking with his predecessor, announcing Friday that it will no longer release White House visitors logs
White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon has been removed from his role on the National Security Council in a Trump-approved reshuffle
The White House is stopping short of saying it offered an apology to its closest foreign ally
President Donald Trump’s boldest effort at political misdirection is threatening to become a foreign policy mishap.
President Trump’s budget is already facing stiff criticism on Capitol Hill
Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster replaces Mike Flynn, who was asked to resign by President Trump last Monday
Andy Puzder did not give a reason for his withdrawal in a statement released Wednesday afternoon
On Friday, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe became the second world leader to meet with President Trump at the White House
The chaotic implementation of the Friday order could be seen nationwide, as students, travelers, and businesspeople hailing from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, and Somalia were forced to scrap travel plans