Republicans set to rebuke Trump over border emergency. Sen. Rand Paul announced on Sunday he would vote for a resolution to cancel President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to enable him to divert funds for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, giving the measure enough votes to pass the Senate. That sets up a possible veto by Trump -

Democrats ramping their investigations into President Trump. Rep. Jerry Nadler, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, is requesting documents from more than 60 people in the Trump administration as well as Donald Trump Jr. into what he calls an investigation into Trump's "abuse of power" and possible obstruction -

  • Democrats are also demanding the White House turn over documents regarding the granting of security clearances -

Umm...okay? President Trump suggested Sunday the congressional testimony of his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen was, in part, responsible for the collapse of his summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un -

North Korea tried to hack the U.S. during last week's summit meeting. More than 100 targets were hit by North Korean cyber attacks during the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un -

Good news/bad news for Trump. President Trump's approval rating has climbed to 46%. However, just 41% of Americans say they would vote to give him another term in 2020 -

Congress wants to avoid a fight over the debt ceiling. Congressional leaders are negotiating to find a bi-partisan solution to raising the nation's debt ceiling. The government has until sometime this summer to raise the cap on how much the federal government can owe creditors -

U.S. and China near trade deal. The Trump administration is closing in on a trade deal with China to roll back tariffs on both sides. The pact will require China to purchase American agricultural and energy goods -

The Fox News White House. The New Yorker's Jane Mayer reports Fox News head Rupert Murdoch and Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and White House adviser, have an increasingly close relationship. The two communicate frequently about goings on in the Trump administration -

Trump will sign free speech order for college campuses. During a rambling two-hour speech at CPAC, President Trump said he planned to sign an executive order to guarantee free speech on campus -

  • During his speech, Trump mocked immigrant members of Congress and said some "hate our country" -
  • Trump also said his call for Russian intelligence to hack Hillary Clinton's emails during the 2016 election was just a joke -

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper joins the 2020 Democratic field. Hickenlooper is the 14th Democrat so far to announce a run for the party's presidential nomination -

Devastation in Alabama. At least 23 people are dead after two tornadoes ripped through one county in Alabama -