President Joe Biden’s commission on expanding (or “packing”) the Supreme Court issued a set of draft documents that blamed Republicans for current polarization over the judiciary.
The Biden administration is planning to allow some Afghan civil servants who were employed by the 1996-2001 Taliban government to be exempt from terror-related bans.
If you thought inflation was a problem this summer and fall, just wait until you try heating your home this winter.
How could Loudoun County parents possibly justify sending their children back to such schools as the ones these people run?
A fiercely devoted mother was thrown in jail because she refused to leave her daughter’s bedside in the hospital.
Thousands of pilots, flight attendants, and office staff applied for medical and religious exemptions but their requests were met with hostility.
You’ve got to be kidding me. We already knew that inflation was bad. You see that at the grocery store.
More soldiers in the U.S. military’s active-duty, National Guard, and reserve forces died from suicide in the second quarter of this year than soldiers in the entire U.S. military died from the coronavirus.
The White House admitted they were unable to guarantee packages would arrive on time this Christmas.
A plurality of American voters oppose the Biden administration’s move to investigate parents publicly opposing school policies.
A Facebook whistleblower testified before Congress, urging lawmakers to regulate the tech giant and offering potential policy solutions to the platform’s myriad controversies.
Two Georgia election workers were terminated for allegedly shredding a number of paper voting registration applications over the course of the past two weeks.
Netflix suspended three employees, including a transgender staffer who spoke out against comedian Dave Chappelle’s recent Netflix special.
Vice President Kamala Harris’s widely-mocked video encouraging children to “get curious” about space featured child actors.
The wife of the US Navy nuclear engineer accused of trying to sell secrets to a foreign power, is a fierce progressive.
The Pentagon’s vaccine mandate for all military service members is creating a divide among troops and leadership.
A federal judge ruled that New York state cannot impose a COVID-19 vaccine mandate on healthcare workers.
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland’s son-in-law is a co-founder of an educational data mining company.
New polls released last week showed that Biden’s approval ratings continue to tank.
As President Biden’s popularity among American voters continues to decline, so does his clout among fellow Democrats.
If, as the Biden administration argues, countering domestic terror, the greatest threat of which comes from white supremacism.
The pill cut the risk of hospitalization or death in patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 by about 50 percent.
Southwest Airlines canceled hundreds more flights after the airline was forced to ground nearly 2,000 flights over the weekend.
The former inaugural chief software officer at the Pentagon said he believes the United States has already lost the technological battle against China.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order prohibiting any entity, including private businesses, from imposing COVID-19 vaccination requirements on employees or customers.