Viewfinder: Activists Push for Congress to Begin Impeachment Proceedings Against Trump
A woman holds a sign during a press conference where activists delivered a computer flash drive with 10 million signatures calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Why Is Trump's White House Paying for Drinks at Mar-a-Lago With Taxpayer Dollars?
There's a unique push and pull in the current administration: Donald Trump's administration pays a bill for an event and his club reaps the revenue.
A New White House Tell-All Illustrates Trump's Views on How to Keep Teens From Abusing Opioids
In a new book, White House staffer Cliff Sims recounts what the president wanted for White House-sponsored ads intended to discourage young Americans from abusing opioid painkillers.
Viewfinder: A Hanukkah Reception at the White House
President Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and Karen Pence attend a Hanukkah reception in the East Room of the White House on December 6th, 2018, in Washington, D.C.
Viewfinder: Pardoned Turkeys Strut on the White House Lawn
The two pardoned turkeys, Peas and Carrots, will spend the rest of their lives at a farm after the annual Thanksgiving presidential tradition.
The White House Disputes That American Wages Are Stagnating
The White House is countering a government agency's findings that Americans' wages haven't grown as quickly as cost of living over the past year.
Trump Picks a Meteorologist for the White House's Top Science Position
Trump has announced he is nominating meteorologist Kelvin Droegemeier to direct the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
A Psychological Explanation for the Dysfunctional Trump White House
Kissing up to the boss takes a toll on employees' self-control.
For Effective Advocacy, Shame the Policy, Not the Person
A historian who has studied the emotion finds it can be an effective change agent—but only when used carefully.
Viewfinder: A Band of Bald Eagles Rally at the White House
Advocates for national service dressed in bald eagle costumes rally in front of the White House in Washington, D.C., on May 7th, 2018.
Uncertainty Swirls Around Trump's Department of Veteran Affairs
After the White House Chief of Staff John Kelly contradicted the official narrative around the previous secretary's departure, legal questions have sprung up about the current leadership of the department.
White House Seeks Steep Cuts to Renewable Energy Research
A leaked budget proposal from the White House cuts funding to renewable energy research programs by 72 percent.
The White House's Crusade to Eliminate Temporary Protected Status Could Tear Families Apart
The Department of State sent a letter reportedly calling for the end of the Temporary Protected Status program, which keeps escapees from disaster in the country.
What to Make of Sarah Huckabee Sanders' Beer-Tax Analogy
It tells us a lot—none of it particularly good—about how she approaches her job as press secretary.
White House Approves Federal Report That Pins Climate Change on Human Activity
The report outlines the ways in which global warming has already caused harmful extreme weather in the United States.
House Democrats Push Trump to Fire Staffers Who Support White Supremacy
The contingent of Democrats is pressuring Trump to fire Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller, and Sebastian Gorka, among others.
The Consequences of Trump's Unstable Relationship With the Intelligence Community
Internal talking points from Donald Trump's spy chief reveal tensions between the president and the intelligence community.
Trump's Opioid Commission Calls on Trump to Declare Opioid Epidemic a National Emergency
The last time officials declared a nationwide public health emergency in the United States was in 2009, for the H1N1 flu outbreak.
Anthony Scaramucci Fired Before Official Start Date
His official start date would have been August 15th, 2017.