Representative Frederica Wilson called President Trump’s condolence call to a Gold Star widow “horrible” and “insensitive,” but Chief of Staff John Kelly defended the call.

The House passed a $4.1 trillion budget resolution on October 12,  and Newsweek predicted ominous consequences stemming from the budget’s $150 billion cut from several “poverty” programs, including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps. 

An Oklahoma jury has handed Mulsim convert Alton Alexander Nolen the death penalty for his 2015 crime of beheading one woman and stabbing another.

A man brutally beaten during the Charlottesville confrontations in August has now been charged with a felony.

While unpatriotic NFL Anthem protests are tolerated, a St. Louis cop is being investigated — for calling Black Lives Matter “domestic terrorists” and the “Klan with a tan” in a Facebook post. 

In its eagerness to promote its anti-gun agenda, WaPo massaged the data to fit.

Twenty-five-year old Jemma Beale of England was sentenced to 10 years in jail for filing numerous false claims of rape.

Evangelist Franklin Graham was blunt in his rebuke of those who seized upon the tragic violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, as yet another way to attack President Donald Trump.

Oklahoma State Representative Jason Murphey shared his insights of the most recent legislative session that had a push to "increase taxes at all cost."

In Florida, a mass-stabbing suspect was stopped when a fourth person pulled out a gun. 

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