Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has written almost 300 opinions on a range of issues over his 12 years serving on the federal appellate court.
The president's allegiance to allies — and his willingness to deliver a tough message to Russian President Vladimir Putin — will be put to the test.
ANALYSIS: It was always clear why Trump would be drawn to Brett Kavanaugh. It is less clear whether the nominee will be faithful to him.
President Donald Trump's pick for the high court has been around politics for years, runs marathons and teaches at Harvard.
Kavanaugh's record of public statements and legal decisions on abortion rights is relatively thin.
Noel Cintron, who worked as Trump's wheel man for 25 years, is suing the Trump Organization and says he is owed more than $350,000.
As violence continues across the country it is difficult to conclude that conditions have greatly improved.
Trade wars are messy, with impacts that are difficult to forecast, but one group that generally takes a hit is consumers (also known as voters).
The Massachusetts Democrat quickly fired back on Twitter, telling the president to worry less about her genes and more about separated families at the border.
As the head of the EPA, Pruitt was Trump's point man for the administration's plan to roll back environmental regulations.
HHS Secretary Azar said Thursday the government has nearly 3,000 separated migrant kids in custody, not 2,047, will use DNA swabs to speed reunification.
The federal government's policy — which drew immediate criticism — now reverts to what it was during the George W. Bush administration.
"I don't think at the federal level there's much that we can do other than appropriate funds," the Senate Majority Leader said Tuesday.
President Donald Trump is considering several women as potential high court nominees. Here are half a dozen currently viewed as top candidates for the slot.
Washington and Pyongyang have yet to negotiate the terms under which North Korea it would relinquish its weapons.
Advocates and scholars predict the Supreme Court's three remaining conservatives will join a new Trump-appointed justice in chipping away at Roe vs. Wade.
Legal experts told NBC News that the retiring justice rooted many of his key opinions in his belief that "a right to dignity" was protected by the Constitution.
The president is likely to nominate someone more conservative than Kennedy, a swing vote who has sometimes sided with liberals on key opinions, including on the landmark ruling that legalized gay marriage.
What changes after the decision? Could the administration modify the list of banned countries? Answers to those questions and more.
The American company said Monday that motorcycle production would move abroad as a result of Trump's escalating trade war.
The florist's case will go back to the Washington state courts "for further consideration in light" of an earlier decision in favor of a Colorado baker.
"When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came," the president wrote.
There is a way for migrant parents who were separated from their kids by the U.S. government to locate them, but it's complicated.
Trump says Obama-era policy on the oceans was overly bureaucratic. Instead of conservation, his plan focuses on business and national security.
First lady Melania Trump wore a jacket with the phrase "I really don't care, do u?" scrawled across the back to board her flight to Texas.
The Trump administration has still not made clear how they intend to reunite the families already separated.