White House doctor says the president's medical check "went exceptionally well" amid rumours over leader's fitness for office.Read the full story ›
Donald Trump has decided he will not attend the opening of the new £734 million US embassy in London, saying it has been built in an "off location".
The US president also blamed his predecessor, Barack Obama, and his administration for selling the previous one for "peanuts".
But many believe Mr Trump was fearful of protests planned for his visit to the UK.
There has also been a cooling off of US-UK relations, with Prime Minister Theresa May repeatedly clashing with Mr Trump.
Mrs May and Mr Trump fell out in November over his retweeting of anti-Muslim videos posted online by the deputy leader of the far-right Britain First group.
UK Government officials have been told by their American counterparts the president has gone cold on the idea, the Daily Mail reported.Read the full story ›
Donald Trump has denied using foul language during an Oval Office meeting about revamping rules affecting entrants from Africa and Haiti.Read the full story ›
All the current speculation is about Oprah Winfrey but who else is considering trying to beat Trump in 2020?Read the full story ›
Steve Bannon has stepped down as the head of right-wing website Breitbart News.Read the full story ›
Donald Trump appeared unsure of the words to the US's national anthem when he attended at a college American football game on Monday.
The US President was on the field for The Star-Spangled Banner before the College Football Playoff national title games between Alabama and Georgia, and seemed to only sing some of the words.
Unlike the NFL, the college football players were not on the field when the national anthem was played.
In recent months, NFL players have sparked fury from President Trump over what he perceived to be a lack of patriotism after they knelt during the national anthem prior to games in a protest at racial injustice.
The end result was Alabama Crimson Tide 26, Georgia Bulldogs 23.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has reaffirmed his support for President Donald Trump after the US leader attacked him.Read the full story ›
The US president declared he was "like, really smart" in a series of tweets as he dismissed allegations he is mentally unfit for office.Read the full story ›