The chorus of voices calling for a full investigation into allegations of quid pro quo for Clinton Foundation donors during Hillary Clinton's State Department tenure has grown louder as new details emerge.
A discrepancy in statistics provided by the Department of Homeland Security has led an attorney for a Washington-based legal group to question whether administration officials are waiving Syrians into the United States by other means.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will be joined by British politician Nigel Farage - a leading champion of the Brexit movement - Wednesday night for a campaign rally in Mississippi.
Teachers at an elementary school in Albuquerque, New Mexico, were instructed by their assistant principal to stop referring to their students as "boys and girls."
Among the more provocative email exchanges involving former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides included in the latest batch released by Judicial Watch this week is an effort to help get a British soccer star into the United States.
Mary Ann Mendoza, who's son was struck and killed by an intoxicated illegal immigrant driver, said Tuesday on "The Laura Ingraham Show" that Hillary's pandering to illegal immigrants should be seen as "a slap in every American's face."
Huma Abedin must be a remarkable woman: She has held down four of the worst jobs in politics, several of them simultaneously: right hand to Hillary Rodham Clinton, fixer and patron-patronizer for the Clinton Foundation, an editor of a journal spawned by a major al-Qaeda financier, and wife to Anthony Weiner. Mrs. Carlos Danger has some explaining to do. So does Mrs. Clinton. More, in fact.
A powerful earthquake reportedly killed more than 70 people and destroyed a cluster of small mountain villages in Central Italy early Wednesday, and the death toll was expected to rise as rescue workers were digging frantically through rubble.
The American University of Afghanistan came under militant attack on Wednesday, according to an Associated Press photographer who was in class at the time. Massoud Hossaini said he was in a classroom with 15 students when he heard an explosion on the southern flank of the campus.
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When disasters strike, that is one of the few times where Washington tends to not get political
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Jason Riley - Wall Street Journal
Donald Trump is taking lumps for his clumsy and crude "What the hell do you have to lose?" black outreach effort. Black voters, until recently, seem to have been an afterthought for the Republican presidential nominee, who is much more focused on turning out the millions of white voters who supported John McCain in 2008 but stayed home when Mitt Romney ran four years later.
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Lisa Boothe - Washington Examiner
While many in the media have declared the presidential election all but over, damning accusations of pay to play at the Clinton Foundation and reports that the FBI found 15,000 work-related documents that Hillary Clinton failed to turn over represent the political land mines that still lie between her and the presidency. Multiple ongoing Freedom of Information Act civil suits, perjury allegations, an IRS probe and alleged joint U.S. Attorney-FBI investigation into the Clinton Foundation represent the inescapable cloud of corruption that could be the Democratic nominee's undoing.
Tucker Carlson: 'It's Not about Trump; It's about More Americans agreeing with him over Hillary'
An editorial in the Washington Post on Tuesday slammed Donald Trump's recent comments on restricting immigration and argued that people in the country illegally are needed for menial labor. The paper said Trump's call for a border wall and a "humane" solution to the millions of illegal immigrants in the U.S. are "politically and economically preposterous."
Ed Rollins: 'Trump Has To Shift The Focus To Hillary'