In an interview on ABC's "This Week," Priebus alluded to the administration possibly changing libel laws to allow lawsuits against reporters.
President Trump spoke with Filipino President Duterte on the phone about his country's controversial drug war.
Donald Trump's rally in Pennsylvania featured media-bashing, embellishment on achievements and an ejected protester.
A new bill could give governors the right to choose if they want to enforce endangered species protections.
During the annual dinner, host Hasan Minhaj made jokes about the Trump administration and the media outlets in the audience.
In 2016, the U.S. imported about $23 billion in agricultural products from Mexico, duty-free.
Tens of thousands of people marching for climate action Saturday faced record-high temperatures.
The agency said it's to get the website more lined up with the current administration.
The main march in Washington, D.C., starts at the U.S. Capitol and is slated to travel to the White House and the Washington Monument.
The launch came a day after President Trump said there's a chance of a "major conflict" with North Korea.
The NSA has decided to stop collecting Americans' emails and text messages that merely reference "target" individuals.
Charmaine Yoest worked in the Reagan White House and was president and CEO of Americans United for Life.