Gov. Gina Raimondo is pushing to make Rhode Island the first state to guarantee free access for every college student.
Kellyanne Conway uses the term while defending the administration's false claims about inauguration crowd size.
Two senior Republican lawmakers said they would vote to approve President Trump's nominee for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson.
President Trump questioned the more than 1 million people around the country who marched in protest of his presidency.
Republicans say they're growing increasingly accustomed to expecting the unexpected from the president.
More than 1 million people rallied at women's marches in the nation's capital and cities around the world.
May says she'll use their Jan. 27 discussion to speak candidly about free trade and the NATO alliance.
The government lease allowing the hotel to operate inside an historic building includes a key restriction.
The transition team has set up an elaborate operation to prepare Cabinet nominees for their hearings..
A newsstand owner and his two teenage daughters give away newspapers from Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration.
A Massachusetts mom, a former St. Louis English teacher, and a Tennessee college student offer personal views of the historic event.
A woman from Louisville calls the "movement" in Washington "one of the most inspirational days" of her life.
Crowds in Washington alone numbered 500,000, with more in cities as far afield as Mexico City, Prague, and Sydney.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer uses his first official statement on Saturday to castigate the media.
The most striking aspect of the new White House website may be what it has to say about the president.
Enrique Peña Nieto congratulated Trump on his inauguration and reiterated his interest in maintaining dialogue.
“There is nobody that feels stronger about the intelligence community and the CIA than Donald Trump,” he declared.
The motion filed Friday argues that Trump violated the Army sergeant’s due process rights by repeatedly calling him a traitor.
After the president airs his grievances with the media in front of a CIA memorial wall, a former agency chief calls the behavior "despicable."
Both are improving and had a good night as they recover from illnesses at Houston Methodist Hospital, says a spokesman.
Charles Brotman, who announced every inaugural parade since 1957, is helping announce the Women's March on Washington.
The Mexican drug lord pleaded not guilty in U.S. district court to running perhaps the world's largest drug smuggling operation.
A new petition calling on the Trump administration to immediately release his tax returns quickly got enough signatures to get a response.
Preparations for a possible meeting may take months, not weeks, a Kremlin spokesman tells the TASS news agency.
He has a lot of big plans. Here is a field guide to his early economic agenda and his odds for success.
Demonstrators in D.C., many wearing masks and helmets, clashed with police officers as Donald Trump was sworn in as president.
A group of D.C.-area residents harnesses their "moral outrage" so they can step in and protect victims of harassment.
Hours after getting sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump moves swiftly to push his agenda.
Those hoping for a more inclusive tone and an appeal to the common humanity of each American were disappointed.
The nation's 45th president starts his historic speech on a familiar note — with exaggeration and hyperbole.
Retired Marine Gens. James Mattis and John Kelly become the first members of the new administration's Cabinet.
Making America great again will involve just three things, but if he overreaches, it may imperil his presidency.
The president offered a bleak portrayal of the nation despite suggestions to be unifying, a commentator says.
Just as Donald Trump was sworn in, the Whitehouse.gov webpage and official Twitter account assumed a new look.
The former president is having breathing problems due to pneumonia, and his wife, Barbara, is being treated for bronchitis.
Large swaths of empty space could be seen in a photo of Donald Trump's inauguration where large crowds stood in 2009, when Obama was sworn in.
"This was a speech unlike any delivered by a president of either party in the modern era," one former presidential adviser says.
The president's plan will eliminate many environmental regulations and allow for increased carbon dioxide emissions.
The president vows to eliminate Obama climate rules and wage cyberwarfare, among a series of updates.
The former president’s final remarks to staff and supporters stand in contrast to portions of Donald Trump’s inaugural address.