Donald Trump's public life and presidency have been characterized by a pattern of ambivalence toward U.S. military action.
Iran’s latest shootdown of a U.S. military drone appears to fit exactly the scenario that a senior U.S. general warned earlier this week would trigger an American military response, dragging the United States into a military conflict the Trump administration has said it does not want.
Yahoo News meets with a range of transgender Americans in the military — those serving openly, those in the closet and those that hope to enlist — to learn more about how President Trump’s transgender troop ban is affecting their jobs and lives.
President Trump stuck to his old themes and complaints in his campaign "kickoff" speech in Orlando on Tuesday night. He railed against "fake news," "socialism," investigations into his administration, the Democrats running to replace him, former President Barack Obama and the Clinton family in the speech, which lasted well over an hour.
Patrick Shanahan is facing a protracted FBI investigation that has delayed his Senate hearing until at least next month. With Shanahan’s confirmation on hold, press reports have questioned his relationship with the president, and the Pentagon has been fielding press queries about his personal life.
Former Vice President Joe Biden told an anti-poverty gathering Monday that President Trump has pitted racial groups against one another, but pushed back against criticism of his calls for bipartisan compromise.
The real question is whether Steve Bannon will be back by Donald Trump’s side in 2020, after a two-year exile from Trumpworld.
If current polling is an indication, voters in 2020 may be choosing between the oldest pair of candidates in an American presidential election. Is the leading crop of candidates too old to stand up the the challenges of the job?
A federal agency urged President Donald Trump on Thursday to fire Conway for violating a law that prohibits federal employees from making political statements.
The former host of "The Daily Show" wins praise from members of the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution.
Putting aside his sharp political differences with one of his primary congressional tormentors, President Trump made a surprising get-well call to Rep. Jerry Nadler, who was briefly hospitalized in Manhattan in May, Yahoo News has learned. On May 24, Nadler was at an event promoting speed cameras at a school on the Upper West Side of Manhattan when he appeared to grow faint, slumping slightly forward. Sitting next to him, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio offered Nadler water, but the 71-year-old congressman remained apparently dazed.
The author is questioned about several notable errors in his new book, “Siege: Trump Under Fire.”
The Trump Organization appeared to be breaking a 2017 promise not to mention President Trump in social media posts as his Ireland golf resort promoted the president’s visit. The Trump Doonbeg resort posted two now-deleted tweets Friday morning publicizing the president’s visit. One tweet shows Marine One landing at the resort, with a caption that read, “It was an honour” to have the president and first lady visit.
Adapted from “The Best People: Trump’s Cabinet and the Siege on Washington” by Alexander Nazaryan. I think he’s doing a good job. “That’s an interesting name,” he said sharply. That’s been going on from George Washington until the present, let’s face it. That’s what happens.”
President Trump announced the United States would impose a 5 percent tariff on all goods coming into the country from Mexico starting June 10, "until the Illegal Immigration problem is remedied." The tariffs would increase to as much as 25 percent in the months that follow.
Thousands of protesters greeted President Trump’s U.K. visit with anger and British irony Tuesday, crowding London’s government district while the U.S. leader met Prime Minister Theresa May nearby.
Jainey Bavishi, the woman tasked with overseeing a new $10 billion plan to save Lower Manhattan from sea level rise, says "relocating the economic hub of the entire nation is impossible."
EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler said Monday it was wrong to think that "the environment is getting worse."