Trump's average approval rating during his one-term presidency was 41 percent, four points lower than any of his predecessors
Omari Barksdale, a Black man who lost his sister to COVID-19 in late March, said the dynamics of America right now is the same as in the '50s. 'We are still protesting for the protection of Black lives,' said Barksdale
US authorities charge four members of neo-Nazi movement with inciting violence in 2017 Virginia case that saw one person killed
US authorities charged four members of a white supremacist movement with inciting violence over the deadly "Unite the Right" march in Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017.
With Charlottesville marking anniversary of 'Unite the Right' event, counter-protesters are likely expected to dwarf white supremacists in Washington DC
Donald Trump's top economic advisor Gary Cohn quits over president's decision to levy global steel tariffs
Donald Trump's White House was rocked by another high-profile resignation on Tuesday, as top economic advisor Gary Cohn quit in protest
Trump, however, was the most-talked-about politician but none of his tweets made the lists of most liked messages.
Leaders of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) West have denounced US President Donald Trump for retweeting violent anti-Muslim videos by leaders of a British hate group.
Donald Trump is not a popular man.
Three men were arrested after a shooting following white supremacist Richard Spencer's controversial speech at the University of Florida, police have said
Apple, Microsoft, Google and other tech companies urge US court to address protection of LGBT employees within the law
Gay rights is the latest issue to cause a rift between the business community and the Trump administration. A group of 76 companies submitted a brief to the court saying a split among lower courts on that question had created uncertainty for employers and gay workers.
Donald Trump and Rex Tillerson's relationship has exacerbated to the level that some White House officials believe that it is beyond repair.
White nationalists return to Charlottesville, gather near Robert E Lee's statue for torch-lit protest
White nationalists briefly rallied on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, where violent clashes in August led to the death of a woman who was run down by a car.
Rojer and Tecau defeated Spanish 11th seeds Feliciano Lopez and Marc Lopez 6-4, 6-3 to win their first US Open. Their other Slam trophy came at Wimbledon in 2015.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that Donald Trump "speaks for himself" when asked whether the president's response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, raised questions about his values, the media reported.
Donald Trump's cybersecurity advisers resign en masse, accuse US president of ignoring national security
7 members of Donald Trump's cybersecurity team, including an Indian-origin data scientist, have resigned, accusing the US president of ignoring the pressing national security matters.
As the United States wrestles with the problem of what to do with monuments to a divisive history, Taiwan has found a solution — a park dedicated to unwanted statues of a controversial figure from its past.
Russian bots have taken to Twitter to promote and share extremist right-wing tweets and disinformation, Slate online magazine reported on 24 August.
A US government science envoy on Wednesday became the latest official to resign over refusal of Donald Trump to condemn neo-Nazis
Donald Trump lashes out at media for condemnation of his Charlottesville comment, calls for unity, love
Trump is blaming the media for the widespread condemnation of his response to a Charlottesville, protest organised by white supremacists that led to one death
Days after Charlottesville violence, Donald Trump urges 'love for all'; says US should not be at war with itself
US president Donald Trump urged Americans of all backgrounds to unite on Monday after his response to racially-fraught protests drew widespread criticism.