Free press is 'indispensable to democracy', says former President
Republican state senators in Arizona have voted for legislation that gives the government the right to prosecute and seize the assets of anyone attending or even planning a protest
Country's ambassador to US says claims move was political are 'absurd'
Businessman feared 'undue disruption and materially adverse divestment of my family's private financial interests'
Near-two-thirds figure is higher than on election day
Filmmaker publishes guide to make Republican leader 'toast again'
'I find it very startling and very troubling. It is more Nixonian than Nixon,' warns former lawyer
Director of best foreign language film The Salesman accuses US president of 'dividing the world into the "us" and "our enemies" categories' to create 'fear, a deceitful justification for aggression and war'
The President has delayed the new order to make sure it is ‘flawless’
The tweet is on course to overtake Ellen DeGeneres' selfie as one of the Oscars' most popular moments
Bill Owens, who is calling for an investigation into the controversial raid, says 'I told them I didn't want to make a scene about it, but my conscience wouldn't let me talk to him'
All you need are the right ingredients to participate
Deputy press secretary says congressional investigations must run their course before the Attorney General makes his decision
At the current rate of progress, every media outlet other than Fox, Breitbart, a couple of other white supremacist outlets and a few doolally Christian networks will find itself banned from the building by Wednesday afternoon
Billionaire has previously been an outspoken critic of Donald Trump
PayPal founder's employees reportedly refer to him as 'the shadow president'