Trump says he carries cash to give tips after photo shows him with $20 bill in back pocket

ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE -- President Trump on Wednesday said he likes to carry cash in case he needs to leave a tip after he was shown in a photo with a $20 bill was hanging out of his back pocket.

Senior HUD official reprimanded for making political statements on the job

A senior official at the Department of Housing and Urban Development received a warning letter from the Office of Special Counsel over violating the Hatch Act by using promoting political statements at her governmen

Trump to withdraw FEMA chief nominee: report

The White House is planning to withdraw its nominee for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) after seven months, CNN

Defense bill talks set to start amid wall fight

House and Senate lawmakers will formally start trying to reconcile their mammoth defense policy bills on Thursday with a fight on President Trump's border wall looming.  Members of the National

Bolton blasts Trump's foreign policy in closed-door meeting: report

Former national security adviser John Bolton took aim at the Trump administration's foreign policy strategy on Wednesday at a closed-door lunch, reportedly ripping President Trump in all but name.

GOP's Kennedy sends warning shot to Trump nominee Menashi


Trump administration floats background-check proposal to Senate GOP

Senate Republicans are responding cautiously to a new proposal to expand background checks for gun sales that the Trump administration is circulating on Capitol Hill.

Dem leader says party can include abortion opponents

The Democrats' tent is big enough to include anti-abortion lawmakers, the No. 2 House Democrat said Wednesday.

Colbert presses Warren on middle-class tax hike: 'You might want to defend the taxes'

Stephen Colbert pressed Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) during the CBS "Late Show" Tuesday night on whether the Democratic presidential hopeful would raise taxes on the middle class if she were to win the White House.

McCabe says he would 'absolutely not' cut a deal with prosecutors

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who might be facing an indictment

The Hill's Morning Report - Trump eyes narrowly focused response to Iran attacks


Jimmy Carter: 'I hope there's an age limit' on presidency

Former President Jimmy Carter said there should be an age limit on the presidency, saying he could not have managed to serve in the world’s most powerful office at 80.