A bipartisan effort to stop a portion of President Donald Trump’s $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia just got a big boost. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York) cited the Kingdom’s human rights violations in Yemen.
State Secretary of Health Dr. Karen Murphy ordered the Hillcrest Women’s Medical Center to suspend its services following a June 5 unannounced inspection found “serious deficiencies and violations,” said a press release.
The attorney general for Washington, D.C. who filed a lawsuit against President Trump on Monday is a major Democratic donor and gave thousands of dollars to failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as recently as last year.
Sen. Rand Paul says “sour grapes” are to blame for the continued obsession by President Donald Trump’s critics over Russia’s meddling into the 2016 presidential election.
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A 17-year-old high school student in New Jersey had his “Make America Great Again” t-shirt edited out of his 2017 yearbook photo.
President Donald Trump has given his chief of staff, Reince Priebus, a July 4th deadline to clean up his mess in the White House or face removal, according to a report from Politico.
Just when you thought our Syria policy could not get any worse, last week it did. The US military twice attacked Syrian government forces from a military base it illegally occupies inside Syria. According to the Pentagon, the attacks on Syrian government-backed forces were “defensive” because the Syrian fighters were approaching a US self-declared “de-confliction” zone inside Syria. The Syrian forces were pursuing ISIS in the area, but the US attacked anyway.
Anti-Trump Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has reportedly told a left-wing newspaper that he believes “American leadership” was better under President Barack Obama than President Trump — the latest in a series of shots the failed 2008 presidential candidate has taken at his fellow Republican.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer extended President Donald Trump an invitation to testify under oath before Congress while on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday.
CNN has dropped show host Reza Aslan after he called Donald Trump a “piece of sh*t” in a tweet after the president’s reaction to the London terror attacks last week. The network has come under fire for the decision.
Last week, the eighth-grade teacher made the image his profile picture on Facebook. Outrage — and a robust discussion about whether the teacher should be disciplined for the gesture because he was on a trip with middle-school students — quickly followed.
Caroline Biden, 30, took a plea deal at the Manhattan Supreme Court in New York City and pleaded guilty to stealing $110,810 with a borrowed credit card to go on a shopping spree, the New York Post reported.
Judicial Watch: Comey’s Home and Office Should Have Been Raided by US Marshals Following Leak Confession
Chris Farrell, Director of Investigations and Research for conservative watchdog group, Judicial Watch spoke with Fox News’ Lou Dobbs Thursday evening about Comey’s testimony.
The former attorney general under George W. Bush said Loretta Lynch made the Department of Justice “an arm of the Clinton campaign” by instructing then-FBI Director James Comey to mislead the public about the Clinton email investigation.
An event organised by Gays Against Sharia to mark the anniversary of the Orlando shooting has been branded “divisive” and “Islamophobic” by LGBT activists planning a counter-protest.
“A number of significant things. One, this won’t get much attention because it’s in the rearview mirror but a pretty damming account from Jim Comey there about Loretta Lynch, the former Attorney General in the Obama administration and her handling of the Clinton e-mail investigation. It won’t get much attention, but that was pretty damning,” King admitted.
President Trump on Friday affirmed the U.S.’s commitment to Article 5, a clause in NATO’s founding treaty that stipulates members must come to the defense of another member if under attack.
Trump Empowers States with Massive Permitting Reform in ‘First Step’ to ‘Renewing America’s Roads, Rails, Runways and Rivers’
President Donald Trump wrapped up infrastructure week at the Department of Transportation on Friday, highlighting his moves to reform what the White House called a “burdensome regulatory system that has left American infrastructure crumbling.”
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, Thursday requested Endo Pharmaceuticals remove its opioid pain medication Opana ER from the market due to risks.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden used former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday to defend his leak of classified surveillance documents to the press in 2013.
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President Trump’s personal attorney plans to file a complaint against fired FBI Director James B. Comey with the Justice Department over his leaking of memos on his conversations with the president, a source close to the president’s legal team said Friday.
Judicial Watch dropped a bombshell today as they submitted new evidence to U.S. District Court Judge showing that crooked Hillary Clinton knowingly used an unsecure BlackBerry device even though she was warned by “security hawks” against doing so.
Based on evidence seized from her home, federal prosecutors detailed Winner’s alleged plans to burn down the White House and travel to Afghanistan, pledging her allegiance to the Taliban.
The House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation to roll-back and replace many of the financial regulations enacted during the Obama administration in reaction to the 2008 financial crisis.
A billboard in Indianapolis, IN is stirring controversy among local Muslim groups, says a Fox 59 report.
Democrats are hoping that the testimony that former FBI Director James Comey will deliver on Thursday will be enough to take Donald Trump down for good.