In the hypercharged partisan atmosphere that disgracefully follows any mass shooting tragedy, journalists, politicians, and anyone with an opinion spontaneously become firearms experts. Yet, as this U.S. Army combat infantry grunt can attest, these desk jockeys are no straight shooters.
The polls that failed to detect the full strength of President Trump on Election Day continue to underestimate the president's support for the job he is doing, paying way too much attention to the Twitter wars and ignoring the public support for many of the actions is undertaking.
Republicans' unified control of Washington is triggering an identity crisis within the party over what it means to be a fiscal conservative in the age of Donald Trump: Do deficits even matter, or do tax cuts trump all?
Hillary Clinton has, once again, accused WikiLeaks and Russia of working together to deflect attention from the infamous 'p***y-gate' scandal in the run-up to the election. The former secretary of state's devastating election loss to Trump remains raw, and she took another opportunity to lash out at WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for his role in damaging her chances.
The Clinton Foundation reportedly will not return as much as $250,000 in donations from disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein following multiple accusations of sexual harassment and rape ... The foundation said donations, ranging from $100,000 to $250,000, have already been spent on projects, The Daily Mail reported. The move to keep the money was expected following tweets from the foundation's spokesman Craig Minassian. "Suggesting @ClintonFdn return funds from our 330,000+ donors ignores the fact that donations have been used to help people across the world," Minassian tweeted.
For the second time in as many months, Americans are demonstrating a profound ignorance of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. But this time, it's not about the NFL and freedom of speech; it's about our sacrosanct freedom of the press.
Democrats accused President Trump of trying to sabotage the nation's health-care system through his decision to halt payments to insurers that are meant to shore up the system, while Republicans countered Sunday that Trump is just pushing for a hard bargain.
U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, accused of endangering fellow soldiers who searched for him after he walked off his combat outpost in Afghanistan in 2009 and was captured by the Taliban, pleaded guilty on Monday to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.
In a rare pressure campaign, the Chinese government is demanding Congress back off new laws that would strengthen the US relationship with Taiwan. Beijing's efforts are the latest sign that it is stepping up its campaign to exert political influence inside countries around the world, including the United States.
The United States and South Korea began a week of military drills Monday in waters off South Korea's east coast, days after North Korea accused the U.S. of provocation by sending the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan to the tense Korean Peninsula.
The United States military said on Monday that it would practice evacuating noncombatant Americans out of South Korea in the event of war and other emergencies, as the two allies began a joint naval exercise amid heightened tensions with North Korea.
Austria's Interior Ministry says nearly completed final returns show the center-right party headed by Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz won the national election, putting the 31-year old on track to become Europe's youngest leader.
Apple's VP of inclusion and diversity, Denise Young Smith, made an appearance this week at the One Young World Summit in Colombia and caught fire for some of the statements she made. According to TechCrunch, however, the Apple executive has apologized to employees for her choice of words...