- — White House says it will revise travel ban
at 2/16/17 3:34pm
"The president will clear the way for immediately protecting the country rather than pursuing ... litigation," its filing says.
- — Michael Anton is the most interesting man in the White House
at 2/16/17 3:19pm
The former aide for President George W. Bush is credited with writing the “source code” for the Trump administration.
- — Trump dismisses setbacks as media fiction
at 2/16/17 2:59pm
At a White House press conference, the president says his administration is working "like a fine-tuned machine."
- — FBI: White supremacist talked Roof-type attack
at 2/16/17 2:28pm
Benjamin McDowell, 28, was arrested in Myrtle Beach, S.C., shortly after buying a .40-caliber Glock and ammunition.
- — Trump: Administration a 'fine-tuned machine'
at 2/16/17 2:17pm
In a rambling news conference, the president lambasted the media for its negative portrayal of his first weeks in office.
- — Odd Trump question to African-American reporter
at 2/16/17 2:11pm
April Ryan is asked at the president's Thursday news conference if she can set up a meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus.
- — Trump: 'I'm the least anti-Semitic person'
at 2/16/17 2:01pm
The president goes into defense mode after misinterpreting a question about the rise in anti-Semitism as a personal attack.
- — Setbacks are media fiction, Trump says
at 2/16/17 1:54pm
The president spars with members of the press in a contentious Q&A session.
- — Haley reasserts support for 2-state solution
at 2/16/17 1:26pm
A day after a confusing Trump message, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley firmly expresses U.S. backing for separate Israeli and Palestinian states.
- — Trump's pick for Israel post heckled at hearing
at 2/16/17 12:56pm
The heated opposition to David Friedman's nomination erupted as soon as he began his opening statement.
- — Mattis: No U.S. collaboration with Russia
at 2/16/17 12:48pm
Defense Secretary James Mattis says he doesn't anticipate any joint military operations with Russia.
- — 'Drugs are becoming cheaper than candy bars'
at 2/16/17 12:42pm
President Trump, who cited the drug trade to justify his immigration proposals, says the U.S. is a "drug-infested nation."
- — Trump announces new labor secretary pick
at 2/16/17 12:00pm
Alexander Acosta, former National Labor Relations Board member, replaces Andrew Puzder, an official says.
- — Judge says Bridgegate complaint can proceed
at 2/16/17 11:58am
A criminal complaint against N.J. Gov. Chris Christie over the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal will go forward.
- — Senate confirms Trump’s budget chief
at 2/16/17 10:28am
Rep. Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina squeaked through the Senate on a 51-49 vote.
- — Trump's big boast about the stock market
at 2/16/17 9:55am
The president is paying attention to the story that markets were most excited about after the election: tax reform.
- — Senate sets date for Supreme Court hearings
at 2/16/17 9:55am
The Senate Judiciary Committee schedules confirmation proceedings for Neil Gorsuch, the president's nominee.
- — Big banks push to ease money-laundering rules
at 2/16/17 9:49am
Big banks argue that regulations imposed after September 11 attacks are onerous and ineffective.
- — President Trump does an about-face on leaks
at 2/16/17 9:07am
During the campaign, he embraced leaks that damaged Hillary Clinton. Now that he’s battling them, his tone has changed.
- — Russia must honor Ukraine deal: Tillerson
at 2/16/17 8:41am
The new secretary of state meets with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, for the first time.
- — ICE agents detain woman who reports abuse
at 2/16/17 7:06am
An undocumented woman is arrested after a court grants her a protection order against an allegedly abusive boyfriend, according to reports.
- — How Trump's White House eroded into chaos
at 2/16/17 6:16am
Has the current administration fallen back on the president's reality-television roots?
- — Brain scans in infants may reveal autism risk
at 2/16/17 5:38am
MRI scans showed which infant brains were growing at a faster-than-normal rate, a telltale sign of autism.
- — Trump’s in trouble. Is it Christie time already?
at 2/16/17 4:00am
The New Jersey governor may be the type of guy the president needs right now to come in and grab the wheel of his careening administration.
- — New arrest in death of Kim Jong Un's brother
at 2/15/17 10:31pm
The half brother of the North Korean leader was reportedly poisoned by two female assassins as he waited for a flight in Malaysia.
- — 'Day Without Immigrants' protests in U.S.
at 2/15/17 7:44pm
Organizers are urging immigrants to skip work, miss class, and not shop as part of a nationwide protest.
- — Trump White House in crises mode
at 2/15/17 6:36pm
Less than a month after being sworn in, the president and his staff find themselves in crisis mode.
- — GOP issues boldest challenge to Trump yet
at 2/15/17 1:28pm
Republicans are calling for ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn to testify before Congress.
- — Trump lashes out at media over Flynn resignation
at 2/15/17 12:36pm
The president's comments come amid a new swirl of controversy over his ties to Russia.
- — Trump to Netanyahu: Hold back on settlements
at 2/15/17 12:02pm
The president and Israel’s prime minister held a joint press conference at the White House ahead of talks.
- — Under Armour CEO responds after praising Trump
at 2/15/17 9:46am
Kevin Plank wrote an open letter in the Baltimore Sun after he was criticized for calling the president "an asset to the country."
- — CIA chief secretly meets Palestinian leader
at 2/15/17 9:07am
Mike Pompeo met with President Mahmoud Abbas, say Palestinian officials, expressing concern with a recent White House suggestion.
- — Trump slams 'un-American' intelligence leaks
at 2/15/17 7:29am
The president reacts to reports that his officials were in contact with Russia during the election.
- — Kremlin reacts to report on Trump aides
at 2/15/17 6:40am
"Let's not believe anonymous information," an official said. "It's … not based on any facts."
- — Arrest in death N. Korea leader's half-brother
at 2/15/17 4:56am
Malaysian police detain a woman in connection with the apparent murder of Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother.
- — Trump sons to attend closed-door Dubai event
at 2/15/17 4:20am
Donald Trump Jr. and his brother Eric will be in the Middle East this weekend for the opening of a golf club.
- — Message to Trump from Syrian refugee camp
at 2/15/17 4:00am
As businesses close for a "Day Without Immigrants" protest, Yahoo News offers a special report on people the president wants to bar from the U.S.
- — NYT: Trump campaign, Russians were in contact
at 2/14/17 9:42pm
Phone records show Trump campaign staff had repeated contact with senior Russian intelligence officials, sources told the N.Y. Times.
- — 'Gang hit' suspected in toddler's shooting death
at 2/14/17 6:57pm
Just days after two young girls were shot in the head, a toddler was killed by what Chicago police suspect was a bullet meant for a man with her.
- — Russia makes provocative military move
at 2/14/17 6:31pm
It deployed a cruise missile in violation of a Cold War-era arms control treaty, a Trump administration official says.
- — George H.W. Bush, wife recovering
at 1/21/17 1:21pm
Both are improving and had a good night as they recover from illnesses at Houston Methodist Hospital, says a spokesman.
- — March recruits ousted inauguration announcer
at 1/21/17 12:03pm
Charles Brotman, who announced every inaugural parade since 1957, is helping announce the Women's March on Washington.
- — How newspapers covered Trump's inauguration
at 1/21/17 11:46am
Here's a selection of newspaper front pages addressing the new occupant of the Oval Office. (newseum.org)
- — WH petition on Trump's taxes hits threshold
at 1/21/17 10:31am
A new petition calling on the Trump administration to immediately release his tax returns quickly got enough signatures to get a response.
- — If convicted, El Chapo likely headed to Supermax
at 1/21/17 8:36am
The Mexican drug lord pleaded not guilty in U.S. district court to running perhaps the world's largest drug smuggling operation.
- — Watch live: The Women's March on Washington
at 1/21/17 8:01am
Yahoo reporters provide continuous coverage of protests in Washington, D.C., and other cities during President Trump's first full day in office.
- — State media: Putin to meet Trump, but not soon
at 1/21/17 6:26am
Preparations for a possible meeting may take months, not weeks, a Kremlin spokesman tells the TASS news agency.
- — How 3 Trump fans celebrated the inauguration
at 1/21/17 12:45am
Voters from New York, Alabama, and Michigan write about their visit to Washington to witness history.
- — A journey to the Women's March on Washington
at 1/20/17 11:56pm
Twelve women from Louisville, Ky., say they aim to show the "world changes today" on their terms, not on Donald Trump's.
- — More than 200 arrested at Trump inauguration
at 1/20/17 11:15pm
Demonstrators in D.C., many wearing masks and helmets, clashed with police officers as Donald Trump was sworn in as president.
- — Trump: 'You will never be ignored again'
at 1/20/17 10:37pm
In his first remarks as president, Donald Trump vows to put America first and says he’ll work to serve every citizen.
- — Trump's defense, homeland picks confirmed
at 1/20/17 8:58pm
Retired Marine Gens. James Mattis and John Kelly become the first members of the new administration's Cabinet.
- — Trump signs first executive order
at 1/20/17 6:32pm
Hours after getting sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump moves swiftly to push his agenda.
- — Concerned residents learn to be 'active bystanders'
at 1/20/17 6:21pm
A group of D.C.-area residents harnesses their "moral outrage" so they can step in and protect victims of harassment.
- — What Trump's speech did, and didn't, do
at 1/20/17 4:59pm
Those hoping for a more inclusive tone and an appeal to the common humanity of each American were disappointed.
- — Fact-checking Trump's inaugural address
at 1/20/17 4:53pm
The nation's 45th president starts his historic speech on a familiar note — with exaggeration and hyperbole.
- — Trump is president. Here's what happens next
at 1/20/17 3:32pm
He has a lot of big plans. Here is a field guide to his early economic agenda and his odds for success.
- — Trump draws much smaller inaugural crowd
at 1/20/17 3:16pm
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.
- — George H.W. Bush, wife still in hospital
at 1/20/17 2:30pm
The former president is having breathing problems due to pneumonia, and his wife, Barbara, is being treated for bronchitis.
- — Trump to end Obama's Climate Action Plan
at 1/20/17 1:39pm
The president's plan will eliminate many environmental regulations and allow for increased carbon dioxide emissions.
- — Trump ignored advisers on inaugural speech
at 1/20/17 1:32pm
The president offered a bleak portrayal of the nation despite suggestions to be unifying, a commentator says.
- — Speechwriters dissect Donald Trump's remarks
at 1/20/17 1:26pm
"This was a speech unlike any delivered by a president of either party in the modern era," one former presidential adviser says.
- — The all-new Trump White House web site
at 1/20/17 1:03pm
Just as Donald Trump was sworn in, the Whitehouse.gov webpage and official Twitter account assumed a new look.
- — Trump team changes White House website
at 1/20/17 12:47pm
The president vows to eliminate Obama climate rules and wage cyberwarfare, among a series of updates.
- — Barack Obama: 'Yes we did. Yes we can.'
at 1/20/17 12:42pm
The former president’s final remarks to staff and supporters stand in contrast to portions of Donald Trump’s inaugural address.
- — How the inauguration played on TV
at 1/20/17 12:34pm
Trump deployed blunt, sometimes brutal directness in a speech devoted to the theme of "America first."
- — Surprising picture on Trump's POTUS Twitter
at 1/20/17 11:50am
If the photo on Donald Trump's @POTUS account looks like it wasn't taken at his inauguration, it's because it wasn't.
- — 'This American carnage stops right here'
at 1/20/17 11:49am
In his first remarks as president, Donald Trump vows to put America first and says he’ll work to serve every citizen.
- — Drug lord El Chapo pleads not guilty
at 1/20/17 11:47am
Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, who faces 17 criminal charges, could spend the rest of his life in prison in the United States.
- — Read full text of Trump's inaugural address
at 1/20/17 11:42am
"From this moment on, it’s going to be America First," said Donald Trump in his first remarks as president.
- — Bernie Sanders: 'Today will be a tough day'
at 1/20/17 10:18am
"Our response has got to be not to throw up our hands in despair, not to give up," the senator said in a video Friday.
- — Trump's task may be simpler than he thinks
at 1/20/17 10:17am
Making America great again will involve just three things, but if he overreaches, it may imperil his presidency.
- — 'It's been the honor of my life to serve you'
at 1/20/17 9:10am
Hours before Donald Trump is sworn in, President Obama takes to Twitter to bid a temporary farewell to the American people.
- — Melania Trump wears Clinton's favored designer
at 1/20/17 8:56am
The first lady chooses a color that projects confidence and calm and is also a favorite of Kate Middleton.
- — Museum for presidential losers adds Hillary
at 1/20/17 8:18am
Hillary Clinton will make history on Friday, but probably not the kind she was hoping for.
- — Past Inauguration Day bloopers
at 1/20/17 6:34am
John Wilkes Booth shared a stage with Abraham Lincoln and later bragged: "What an excellent chance I had to kill the president."
- — This is where every U.S. president was born
at 1/20/17 6:05am
Going by place of birth, Virginia is at the top of the list, with eight presidents from the state.
- — Facebook's Zuckerberg in Hawaii land controversy
at 1/19/17 7:50pm
Mark Zuckerberg files a lawsuit to gain ownership of isolated pockets of land tucked away within his sprawling estate.
As of 4/28/17 8:27am. Last new 4/17/17 11:47am. Score: 33