Breitbart News Executive Chairman and former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon declared a “season of war” against the GOP establishment in an electrifying speech at the Values Voter Summit Saturday, warning Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell: “these folks are coming for you.”
Laura Loomer has aggressively dug into the details below the surface of the Vegas Massacre.
Vocalist Kaya Jones of the Pussycat Dolls revealed Friday that the all-female pop group she participated in over a decade ago was run like a prostitution ring.
George Clooney has been accused of helping “blacklist” an actress after she complained of sexual and racial harassment.
Late-night talk show host and frequent President Trump critic Jimmy Kimmel had a few choice words for the president’s oldest son Friday, calling Donald Trump Jr. an “imbecile” who does little more than tweeting.
Hustler founder Larry Flynt is taking aim at President Trump in a full page ad in this Sunday’s Washington Post, FOX Business has learned exclusively.
Jaguars Owner Shad Khan donated $1 million to President Trump’s inaugural committee. Though, given what he just said about the president, he might soon ask for a refund.
Now you know why the news was slow to report the Weinstein scandal
The NFL needs its fans a lot more than the fans need the NFL.
President Donald Trump will not re-certify to Congress Iranian compliance with the landmark nuclear deal signed in 2015 under President Barack Obama, but will keep the agreement itself in place.
A delivery driver decides to use your bathroom or steal something because you granted them access. You call the police because you’re worried the delivery person is ransacking your property. But once the police arrive, they now have probable cause to search your car or home without a warrant.
Girls can now look forward to becoming Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts of America Board of Directors unanimously voted yesterday to let girls join their ranks, beginning next year. Not only will young girls be allowed to become Cub Scouts, but older girls will be able to rise to the rank of Eagle Scout.
THE PLAN FOR IRAN: President Trump will announce his decision regarding the Iran nuclear agreement and lay out the way ahead for dealing with Tehran in remarks scheduled for 12:45 p.m., according to the White House. The president has made no secret of his loathing for the agreement negotiated by the Obama administration, along with Britain, France, Germany, China Russia and the EU. All those other countries say Iran is in compliance with the terms of the deal, which is designed to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapons capability over the next decade. Trump’s own senior military adviser, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford, told Congress last week, “Iran is not in material breach of the agreement, and I do believe the agreement to date has delayed the development of a nuclear capability by Iran.”
Australia: Mother of 13 Fined $5,000 For Trying to Save Baby From Abortion Outside Local Abortion Clinic
An Australian mother was slapped with a huge fine Wednesday simply for trying to give a pamphlet to a couple going into a Melbourne abortion facility.
President Donald Trump’s tax cut plan, if approved, will mean that average Americans will keep more of their hard-earned wages, despite critics’ complaints the proposal will mean higher taxes for the middle and upper middle class, National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn said Thursday.
Tennessee Titans player Rishard Matthews tweeted Thursday that he’ll quit the NFL if the league implements a rule forcing players to stand during the anthem.
An Amazon executive has reportedly been suspended from the company after a producer came forward with sexual harassment allegations against him.
More than any other demographic group, black men are paying the price with their lives with a surging violent crime rate over the past two years, including a 20 percent jump in the overall homicide rate, even as the number of blacks killed by police declines.
The Justice Department has issued a final warning to five of the 10 jurisdictions it accused of having “sanctuary” policies that defy federal immigration laws, saying they have until Oct. 27 to submit additional evidence proving compliance or risk losing grant money.