The Anti-Defamation League called on Sunday for President Donald Trump's administration to "do more than speak" against anti-Semitism after hundreds of headstones were overturned at a Jewish cemetery over the weekend.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer cracked down on leaks from his own office by telling staffers to hand over their phones for a "phone check" during a meeting which itself was then leaked to the media, according to a Sunday report by Politico.
A White House spokesperson said Sunday that President Donald Trump would likely "be supportive" of an investigation into a raid on an al-Qaida base in Yemen that resulted in the first U.S. military combat casualty since he took office.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said Sunday that members of President Donald Trump's administration who pushed the FBI to publicly dispute reports of contact between Trump's aides and Russian officials before the election were experiencing a "learning curve."
The father of a U.S. commando killed during the first counter-terrorism operation of President Donald Trump's term in office said Friday that Trump shouldn't "hide behind" his son's death to avoid an investigation into the mission.
Alok Madasani, one of the victims of a triple shooting in Kansas that some witnesses described as racially motivated, said on Friday that the gunman asked him if he was in the United States illegally and what type of visa he had.