The advocacy group founded by liberal billionaire financier George Soros has dumped $500,000 into a campaign to defeat a proposal in Austin, Texas.
The FBI’s latest annual report on hate crimes seemed to deliver more grim news about race relations in America.
The DOJ has been hit with a lawsuit for failing to provide public access to its records about the “killing” of Ashli Babbitt.
Former President Donald Trump called on the Pulitzer Prize Board to rescind the 2018 National Reporting awards.
Two unnamed DHS officials who told of the phone call said the department is worried about a massive spike in migrants.
Eight states have permanently adopted universal mail-in ballots for coming elections.
The pro-Trump and openly pro-American country music star will not be bullied or cowed into recanting his beliefs.
A new poll shows that a majority of “Trump voters” support the idea of seceding from the nation.
The United States Postal Service projects that it will have a $160 billion loss over the coming decade.
The U.S. Marine Corps claim that the soldier who pulled a baby over a fence in a viral video of the Afghanistan withdrawal is not Lance Cpl. Hunter Clark.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits increased last week for the third straight week.
Vice President Kamala’s office has reportedly entered into damage-control mode with pro-Israel Democrats.
President Joe Biden has sought to motivate Democrats on Capitol Hill to vote for his multi-trillion-dollar spending bills.
The leftist National School Boards Association is begging President Joe Biden to use domestic terrorism laws to target parents.
U.S. servicemen have filed a lawsuit against the Defense Department to exempt those with COVID-19 antibodies from a mandatory vaccine.
The Department of Homeland Security denied U.S. landing rights to a charter plane carrying more than 100 American citizens and legal permanent residents attempting to flee Afghanistan.
President Joe Biden’s decision to withhold life-saving monoclonal antibody medicine from sick Americans with coronavirus nationwide constitutes “rationing” of the treatment.
President Biden signed a stopgap bill that will keep the government funded through early December.
The Biden administration announced new restrictions on immigration enforcement deportations and arrests.
Saule Omarova, a Cornell University law professor, was tapped by the president Sept. 23 to oversee the nation’s biggest banks and federal savings associations.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., reiterated yesterday that she will not support a $3.5 trillion spending bill.
Republicans in the House and Senate are calling on the Marine Corps to release Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller.
The new bill would require travelers on domestic airline flights in the United States to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
Former President Donald Trump severed ties with Corey Lewandowski after he was accused of sexual harassment.
Essential workers were heralded last year as heroes as they continued in-person work while the coronavirus spread across the nation.