WaPo: NOAA to investigate if response to Trump violated ethics

An official with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is going to investigate if the agency violated its own ethics when it backed President Donald Trump's tweets about Hurricane Dorian over its experts, according to a report by the Washington Post.

Twitter suspends account hours after Trump retweeted it

In a move that will likely embolden President Donald Trump's claims that social media companies are biased against him and his supporters, Twitter suspended an account Tuesday evening that the President had retweeted just hours earlier.

Ivanka Trump tweets support for Baltimore

Ivanka Trump expressed her support for the city of Baltimore Tuesday but did not explicitly condemn her father's racially-charged inflammatory tweets aimed at the city.

Congressional Black Caucus says Trump put Omar's 'life in danger'

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus directed their outrage Monday at President Donald Trump, for what they say was putting Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar's "life at risk," following a series of Trump tweets that were sharply critical of the Minnesota freshman congresswoman.

GM responds to Trump's tweets

GM responded late Sunday to a series of angry tweets from President Donald Trump demanding that the automaker reopen or sell a plant it recently closed because of shifting customer demand.

Dem asks for ethics investigation into GOP lawmaker's Cohen tweet

Democratic Rep. Kathleen Rice of New York, a former federal prosecutor, has asked the House Ethics Committee to investigate a statement Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz made about Michael Cohen, saying that she believes the GOP lawmaker's comments could rise to the level of witness tampering and intimidation.

Trump slams Google search as 'rigged'

President Donald Trump has renewed his claims of bias against conservatives on the internet, accusing Google of rigging its results to show "bad" stories when users search for "Trump news."

Trump lashes out at Cohen, Mueller probe

President Donald Trump on Wednesday defended hush money payments made during the 2016 campaign to silence two women who claimed affairs with him, saying the payments did not violate campaign finance laws because they were not funded by his campaign.