17 February 2017, 01:23 | Winifred Adams
Michael Flynn: Trump's national security adviser quits
President Donald Trump has "full confidence" in his national security advisor, Michael Flynn, a top Trump aide said Monday. She wouldn't reveal if he apologized to the president or what Flynn has discussed with the president or vice president.
Trump blasts media, insists team running 'like fine-tuned machine'
The presser last about an hour and a half, with Trump arriving an hour late. "It's the exact opposite". Mr Trump is also clarifying why he always refers to negative coverage of him as "fake news".
MBA: Mortgage applications drop as refi demand reaches record low
It was the lowest foreclosure inventory rate since the second quarter of 2007. The rate is still higher than it was a year ago.
Giant panda soon to leave DC for China
All Bao Bao devotees are encouraged to make art and write letters for the panda to enjoy on her long trip to China. Zookeepers have been training the panda to spend time inside the container in preparation for her 16 hour flight.