The slaying of at least one police officer and the wounding of two others by an ISIS gunman in Paris on Thursday was yet another tragedy for France.
Steve Hayes, Editor and Chief of the Weekly Standard said Thursday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that the Trump administration is taking a whole new approach to the threat from Iran.
Two media reports say U.S. prosecutors are preparing or closely considering charges against the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, including its founder Julian Assange, for revealing sensitive government secrets.
Former President George H.W. Bush remains under care at a Houston hospital, but got a special visitor on Thursday.
Hawaii’s Democratic senators criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions Thursday over remarks he made on a radio show about the federal judge who halted President Trump’s revised travel ban last month.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and DHS Secretary John Kelly made a stop in El Paso, Texas Thursday and warned potential illegal immigrants “don’t come.”
Ever tried dealing with a playground bully? What shuts him (or her, for our politically correct readers) up fastest? A bloody nose.
The murder of an innocent man in Cleveland broadcast live on Facebook by the perpetrator is but the latest distressing outrage exposing the horrific flipside of social media.
Cheryl Judy is the art teacher at Sherman Junior & Senior high School in Boone County, West Virginia. She is also a self-described liberal.
For nearly two decades, U.N.-mandated peacekeepers – both military and non-military personnel – have been embroiled in sexual abuse scandals that have shocked the world, tarnished the U.N.’s reputation, and shattered uncounted vulnerable lives.