Hillary Rodham Clinton won the endorsement of the Service Employees International Union on Tuesday, giving her the support of a labor powerhouse that backed President Barack Obama in 2008.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he’s in complete remission after months of chemotherapy for B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma, but he acknowledged the possibility of the cancer returning and said he will continue preventive health care and monitoring. He also…
The U.S. intelligence community is scouring its own data to see if any warning signs were missed in the lead-up to Friday’s deadly terror attacks in Paris, though top U.S. and French officials argued Monday that intelligence lapses were not to blame.
Philadelphia’s mayor on Monday called gun violence in American cities “domestic terrorism” that is no different from international terrorism.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said Monday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that President Obama’s comments at a news conference at the G-20 summit in Antalya, Turkey about the administration’s strategy to defeat ISIS were “flat” and “detached.”
The Paris terror attacks may have put a clamp on President Obama’s plans to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees over the next year, as the number of governors saying they won’t take them swells.
Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Paris to show American solidarity with France after last week’s deadly terror attacks.
The U.S. military has banned “unofficial” travel to Paris for all Defense Department personnel in the wake of Friday’s terror attacks.
If Clinton gets too squirmy on the president’s foreign policy, he will leave her to the foreign policy wolves on the right and left.
There is a new and darker mood in the media in the wake of the Paris attacks — and a far greater willingness to take on President Obama for the lack of progress against the ISIS killers.