Trump has continually responded to debacles by suggesting he would give some kind of a mea culpa — and then creating another disaster.
The president aired doubts about Russian meddling in order to stick it to Vladimir Putin, Sen. Mike Rounds hypothesized.
GOP leaders defended U.S. intelligence, but most failed to directly condemn Trump's Putin-friendly remarks.
One Twitter user told the president, "This fake news bullshit is not going to work this time. We watched it with our own eyes, comrade."
The Treasury will no longer require certain tax-exempt organizations, including the NRA, to identify their financial donors to U.S. tax authorities.
Congress needs to know what Trump "promised Putin on our behalf," says Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
Scott Smith now says there was no scientifically known reason not to use the water for bathing.
The former U.S. president spoke in South Africa the day after Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
One of the Republican Party’s biggest donors is taking on Gov. Scott Walker's powerful political machine.
President Trump now says he accepts U.S. intelligence agencies’ conclusion on Russian interference, but also said it "could be other people."
A California congressman appeared to show his support for a (fake) school program arming young children.
Rep. Joe Kennedy and Sen. Edward Markey of Massachusetts want to curb the controversial tactic.
The Last Weekend aims to mobilize an army of volunteers in the days before Nov. 6.