After the Senate passed sweeping, bipartisan criminal justice reform legislation, President Trump said he “looks forward” to signing the bill into law.
Sen. Susan Collins is speaking out on the threats she received during the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process, sharing with Fox News some of the vulgar, vitriolic and sexist voicemails her office received from callers during that period.
The United States will try to expedite humanitarian aid to North Korea, a U.S. envoy said Wednesday as the two countries struggle to jumpstart stalled talks over Pyongyang ending its nuclear program.
Some remarks by the federal judge overseeing the guilty plea of former National Security Adviser Gen. Michael Flynn were “pretty reckless,” Townhall editor Katie Pavlich said Tuesday on the “Special Report” All-Star panel.
The ex-national security adviser's sentencing hearing was a formality. Until it wasn't.
Some have called 2018 the Year of the Woman. In Nevada, 2019 will be the year of the woman-majority state Legislature.
There is no one else to blame but President Trump if there’s a partial government shutdown later this week. The president said he would take the recriminations if there’s a shutdown. The question now is whether Trump will sign a spending bill that doesn’t fund his border wall.