AUSTIN, Texas — National Guard members deployed in Texas by Gov. Greg Abbott have arrested more than 32,000 people on state trespassing and human smuggling charges as part of a highly unusual operation that has turned soldiers into law enforcement officers, the Washington Examiner has learned.
Biden under pressure to drop vaccine mandates for federal defense contractors over national security concerns
EXCLUSIVE — Republican lawmakers are pressuring President Joe Biden to drop or pause his vaccine requirements for federal defense contractors over fears they will compromise national security supply chains.
Harvard premedical student leaves program, cites 'white supremacy' after she couldn't discuss Breonna Taylor case before exam
A black Harvard premedical student quit her track in what she called a "great act of resistance" spurred by her professors' refusal to discuss the Breonna Taylor case before an exam.
North Carolina business fired disabled employee for needing oxygen tank, set to pay $25,000 settlement
A woman fired from her job for a medical disability is getting an overdue payday.
A Republican group aligned with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is launching fresh attack ads against two vulnerable Democrats, using a discarded Democratic proposal to increase government oversight of financial transactions to highlight their ethics woes.
Is former President Donald Trump coming to Virginia to rally for Glenn Youngkin ahead of next week's election for governor?
Actor William Shatner, a.k.a. "Captain James T. Kirk," from TV's legendary Star Trek pop-culture franchise, at 90-years-old, recently became the oldest-living human being to catapult into space, with Amazon king Jeff Bezos.
President Joe Biden is politicizing the Justice Department, according to some Republican critics, echoing a charge he made against former President Donald Trump while vowing to be different.
A U.S. Navy veteran who identifies as intersex made history Wednesday after becoming the nation's first person to receive a gender "X" passport.
A controversial proposal to have banks report account information to the IRS is likely dead, Sen. Joe Manchin said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sen. Kyrsten Sinema isn't playing ball.
Pennsylvania Senate candidate Sands pitches 'I can't be bought' as she largely self-finances campaign
FIRST ON FOX: Pennsylvania GOP Senate candidate Carla Sands is telling voters, "I can't be bought," as she rails against Republicans who allegedly are not acting Republican enough, and self-finances most of her campaign. Sands, who was an adviser to former President Trump on his Economic Advisory Council, and eventually...
For the second day this week “The Dan Bongino Show” is in rerun mode. Bongino, who took his opposition to Cumulus Media’s employee vaccine mandate public on his radio show for most of last week, was MIA Tuesday and Wednesday from his program, which is syndicated by the company’s Westwood One and cleared on hundreds of radio stations in the slot previously occupied by the late Rush Limbaugh.
A national reckoning on parental influence in schools could threaten to sway a key voting bloc that helped deliver victories up and down the ballot for Democrats in recent elections: suburban voters.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey told state agencies Monday not to cooperate with the federal vaccine mandate and instead put their efforts into filing a lawsuit against the vaccine requirements.
Capitol Police have reported road closures after receiving a bomb threat at the Department of Health and Human Services building.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced that his state would not require patients to get vaccines to get organ transplants.
Tsai Ing-wen is the first Taiwanese president in history to publicly admit the presence of U.S. military troops on the island for training purposes in the face of rising Chinese aggression.