A new congressional caucus,started by nine Republicans, promises to defend freedom in a hostile environment: the Congress of the United States.
If you belong to the Boy Scouts of America, you’re not fit to be a judge in California, according to that state's Supreme Court.
If there’s one thing political “progressives” despise, it’s discrimination — unless they are the ones who are doing it.
In 2012, Washington, D.C. police arrested at least 105 people for charges including possession a magazine capable of holding more than 10 rounds. But NBC news anchor Dick Gregory was not one of them, despite displaying a illegal magazine on Meet the Press in D.C.
The fallout from the House Republican leadership’s decision to cancel a vote on a controversial abortion bill on Thursday continues, with conservative activists warning that Republicans who moved to scuttle the bill may face primary challenges in 2016.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) says he’s “well qualified” to be president, and he’s already in the process of exploring that possibility.
House Republicans passed one abortion bill Thursday after abruptly dropping another one earlier in the day.
Additional Coast Guard cutters have been sent to the Florida Straits to turn back “rafters” escaping from Cuba, a US. official confirmed Wednesday.
A Russian spy ship docked in Havana harbor the day before a U.S. delegation arrived in the Cuban capital, signaling Moscow is watching with keen interest the beginning of renewed relations between Washington and the former Soviet satellite in the Caribbean.
U.S. military engagements in the decades since World War II have often been characterized by their expansive nature, a development commonly called "mission creep." But the already expanded role of the new mission in Afghanistan — the training and support mission that follows "the end of combat operations" in that country — might better be described as "mission morph" or "mission mutation."