It is perhaps shocking that the New York Times is running an article today painting GOP Senate hopeful Roy Moore in a positive light.
Questions have been raised about the high-school yearbook used to make a case against Roy Moore, but the accuser's lawyer, Gloria Allred, is refusing to allow an independent analysis of Moore's signature — before the election.
On a near-party line vote of 227-205, the House of Representatives passed a major tax overhaul bill on November 16 that would cut taxes more than $1.4 trillion over 10 years.
The latest accusation against Roy Moore has led him to dismiss it as all about politics. What are we to believe?
Scandals take many forms. Consider, for instance, that Democrat Doug Jones, Judge Moore’s opponent, is pro-prenatal infanticide. It means Jones believes in the murder of underage girls — and boys. That’s beyond scandalous.
Ugly accusations have been raised by the Washington Post against a conservative Republican U.S. Senate candidate. But are there holes developing in the story?
With the Alabama special election to fill Jeff Sessions’ seat a mere month away, sexual misconduct allegations have, quite conveniently, surfaced against GOP hopeful Roy Moore.
After a meeting with two of the most significant veterans groups about whether they'll join the boycott of the NFL this weekend, in honor of veterans, the final score: Goodell 14, the Legion and the VFW: 0.
The California NAACP is lobbying the state legislature to ask Congress to rescind the “Star Spangled Banner” as our national anthem, and also to support Colin Kaepernick.
After Democrat Ralph Northam beat Republican Ed Gillespie in the Virginia governor’s race on Tuesday, some are suggesting that the Republican Party is in trouble and Americans are rejecting Trump's policies.
Former Dodgers sportscaster Vin Scully is the latest high-profile sports figure to condemn the NFL “anthem protests.”