NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, about the growth of the National Security Council.
The White House apparently kept Vice President Mike Pence in the dark regarding the controversy about then-national security adviser Michael Flynn. NPR takes a look at what this says about Pence's standing with President Trump.
In a news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Trump blamed the media for the downfall of his national security adviser, Michael Flynn.
The Kremlin has denied reports that Trump campaign officials had contacts with Russian intelligence officers in the year before the election.
The celebrity chef will shut five of his restaurants Thursday. It's part of a national boycott calling on immigrants not to go to work in response to President Trump's immigration policies.
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President Trump's nominee for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, says he's withdrawing his nomination a day before his confirmation hearing.
Meeting Israel's prime minister, President Trump said he does not think a Palestinian state next to Israel is necessarily the way to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, representing a shift in U.S. policy.
The San Francisco Bay Area is seeing a rise in a group called the Black Bloc. The group uses destruction as a way to revolt. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Paige St. John of The Los Angeles Times for some background on the group.
Donald Trump achieved fame and fortune as a businessman and reality TV star. Now he's trying to translate that experience to the White House. Trump's management style has produced a tumultuous first few weeks. On Monday, he effectively told his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, "you're fired."
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Chef José Andrés about why he is closing his restaurants in support of "A Day Without Immigrants" strike.
The controversy surrounding the White House has been fueled by numerous leaks from within the administration and intelligence community.
The GOP-led Senate voted Wednesday to roll back a rule that would have restricted some people with severe mental illnesses from buying firearms. The legislation now heads to President Trump's desk.
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The fast food CEO faces fierce opposition from labor groups, plus personal controversies. Reports suggest he doesn't have enough support from Republican Senators.
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The spectacle of national security adviser Michael Flynn's sudden fall from grace is all too convenient a metaphor for the first four weeks of life in the Trump White House.
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Just imagine Beyonce, one of the world's most celebrated, recognized and highest-paid stars, being asked to 'mother' Adele and Faith Hill. Not happening.
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ProPublica senior reporter Andrew Revkin discusses President Trump's possible cuts to the EPA, as well as the potential impact of pulling out of the Paris climate accord.
The Israeli prime minister is meeting with President Trump on Wednesday. NPR journalists will be annotating their remarks during a noon press conference.
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Steve Inskeep talks to Sen. Angus King of Maine, an independent, aligned with Democrats and a member of the intelligence committee, about the resignation of Michael Flynn as national security adviser.
First lady Melania Trump has decided to keep the garden Michelle Obama started as part of a campaign to encourage kids to eat vegetables.
A group of current and retired police chiefs are hoping to talk the Trump administration out of a return to what they see as a "lock 'em up" approach to law enforcement.