Trump Blasts Sessions Over Indictments Of GOP Congressmen Ahead Of MidtermsPresident Trump chastised Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Twitter on Monday for federal indictments of two sitting Republican congressmen ahead of the midterm elections, the latest attack by a president who pledged to "drain the swamp" against the attorney general he handpicked. 
Trump Administration Withholds 100,000 Pages Of Kavanaugh RecordsSenator Schumer said the decision to withhold the documents "has all the makings of a cover-up."
U.S. Cuts Millions In Planned Funding For UN Agency That Helps Palestinian RefugeesThe Trump administration is cutting nearly $300 million in planned funding for the U.N. agency that helps Palestinian refugees.
White House Ethics Lawyer LeavingWhite House ethics lawyer Stefan Passantino, the deputy White House counsel overseeing compliance and ethics issues, is leaving, a White House official confirms to CBS News.
Watchdog: Trump Administration Needs To Step Up Management Of Obamacare SignupsA congressional watchdog said the Trump administration needs to step up its management of sign-up seasons for former President Barack Obama's health care law after mixed results last year in the throes of a failed GOP effort to repeal it.
Senate Adopts Resolution Declaring "The Press Is Not The Enemy Of The People"The Senate unanimously passed a resolution Thursday affirming that "the press is not the enemy of the people." President Trump has repeatedly declared that the "fake news" media is the "enemy of the people." The resolution, introduced by Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawaii, passed by unanimous consent.
Trump Administration Fights Indiana Dunes National Park PlanThe Trump administration is opposed to designating the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore along Lake Michigan as a national park.
Prosecution's Case In Paul Manafort Trial Close To Wrapping UpIf the prosecutors succeed in winning a unanimous conviction, it could have wide-ranging implications for the Trump administration.
Defense Grills Star Witness Rick Gates In Paul Manafort TrialThe defense in the trial of Paul Manafort went on the attack Tuesday against the government's star witness, Rick Gates.
Trump Administration, ACLU Divided On Family ReunificationsThe ACLU, which sued on behalf of separated parents, called for the government to take "significant and prompt steps."
Trump Slams Own Administration On Sinclair-Tribune DealSinclair has been viewed as a possible rival to Fox News as the former builds up a huge national footprint.
Chicagoans Rally For Border Children To Reunite With ParentsThe protests stem from the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy toward the border crisis.
Growing Trade War Affects Local DistilleriesWhiskey and bourbon can now be added to the growing list of products impacted by a growing trade war.
Border Crossings Steady in April After March SpikeCrossings have been trending downward for decades and are at historic lows.
Soy Farmers Say Proposed Tariffs Produce UncertaintyThere is hope that trade negotiations might be able to roll them back.