The Congressional Hispanic Caucus, which prides itself on supposedly promoting diversity, recently denied Hispanic Congressman Carlos Curbelo of Florida entry into the group because he is a Republican.
President Trump minimized allegations of sexual misconduct against Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore Tuesday, telling voters not to support Moore’s Democratic opponent.
We should be thankful for the sacrifices of our first responders, who never stop unselfishly serving us – including during the holiday season.
Enough is enough.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury slapped new sanctions on North Korea Tuesday after President Trump declared the rogue nation would be added as a state sponsor of terrorism.
House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican members deserve real acclaim for passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act last week.
Another sexual harassment bombshell is rocking Capitol Hill, after a report claimed Rep. John Conyers settled a complaint with an ex-employee who said she was fired because she did not “succumb to [his] sexual advances” – a claim the powerful Democrat denied on Tuesday.
The current environment for political and cultural discourse in this country looks a lot like WWI trench warfare.
Lawmakers behind a House bill aimed at designating the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization have prepared a draft letter calling on Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to designate the group as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.
There are three other countries currently designated a state sponsor of terror by the Department of State.