Statistics from the FBI’s report Crime in the United States, 2015, released September 25, confirm previous reports that the long decline in violent crime has ended.
In what could turn out to be a shrewd political move, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump expanded his list of potential Supreme Court nominees on Friday.
John Brennan probably isn't a communist. He just believes, as they do, that the Constitution is irrevelvant to the advancement of the state.
Trump's 30 percent surge since early August came at Hillary Clinton's expense, making the race much closer as the Monday night debate approaches.
One woman's bank account was tapped repeatedly by Hillary for America without her permission; are there others out there being repeatedly charged by the Clinton campaign?
In 2014, the East Coast bomber’s father told FBI agents that his son was a terrorist, but the FBI says the father later said he had only done it out of anger.
Brazilian investors, putting hope once again over experience, have doubled the price of the preferred stock of the Petrobras oil company since January, even as Petrobras sells off assets to pay down debts.
On Saturday night a Somali terrorist with links to ISIS and wearing a security guard uniform entered the Sears store in the Crossroads Center mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota, and began attacking shoppers with a knife, an attack that continued until he was shot dead by a shopper.
As more Americans are beginning to understand where the increasingly liberal media bias is coming from, that bias could work against itself in the November elections.
Wolf Richter of Wolf Street is half right: AVs will displace millions. But he is wrong when he suggests they'll be out of work.