President Trump met with former New Jersey governor Chris Christie and is considering him to replace John Kelly as Chief of Staff, Axios reported.
Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona, who was appointed to succeed the late John McCain, will resign effective December 31.
The White House on Thursday said it has no plans to hold a holiday party for the press, in what seemingly marked the end of the decades-old tradition.
President Trump on Thursday called his former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen a 'low-level' employee who 'did more public relations than he did law.'
The Senate passed a resolution Thursday withdrawing U.S. support for a Saudi-led coalition's ongoing proxy war against Iranian-backed rebel forces in Yemen.
Florida's Republican state Senate president ruled Thursday that Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes cannot rescind her resignation.
Senator Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) on Thursday said that Brett Kavanaugh's highly charged confirmation hearings had hurt her failed bid for reelection.
Butina requested a change-of-plea hearing earlier this week after deciding to cooperate with federal prosecutors.
Turkey has imprisoned more journalists for crimes against the state than any other country this year, according to a report released Thursday.
In a Tuesday tweet, Lieu expressed a similar desire to regulate speech, but also acknowledged that government censorship is harmful in the long term.