A press van driver hired to travel with Presidents Donald Trump's motorcade was briefly detained after Secret Service discovered a firearm in his bag.
Dozens of White House officials could lose access to sensitive information
Trump, his outside counsel, and the White House lauded the indictment of Russian nationals, with the president insisting they proved there was "no collusion."
More than 130 White House political appointees working lacked permanent security clearances as of November 2017, including the president's daughter and son-in-law.
President Trump hasn't made a decision about the fate of his chief of staff but has reached out to friends about potential replacements, sources tell NBC News.
"I've grown as a person over the years," the Olympic gold medalist said during an interview on NBC's "Today" show.
Shawn White became the fourth U.S. gold medal winner Tuesday, taking the men's halfpipe snowboard — the 100th U.S. gold medal in Winter Olympics history.
The White House's explanation of how allegations of domestic abuse against a top aide failed to significantly affect his security clearance evolved again Tuesday.
Chris Wray, testifying before the Senate, said the FBI had finished its background investigation long before Rob Porter was fired as staff secretary.
FBI Director Chris Wray, testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, contradicted the White House's account of former Staff Secretary Rob Porter's background investigation, revealing the bureau had finished its report long before Porter was fired over allegations of domestic abuse.