After a month, Weekly Standard senior writer Stephen Hayes is off the terrorist watch list. Hayes, also a Fox News contributor, tweeted the good news Friday afternoon.
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David Perdue is in a dead heat to become the next senator of Georgia. And from the looks of it, he's having a grand ole time on the campaign trail.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest took fire during his Friday briefing over the decision to bar print and video journalists from President Obama's meeting in the Oval Office with Ebola survivor Nina Pham.
Noted Democrat and "Morning Joe" panelist Donny Deutsch thinks America has "Hillary fatigue."
It looks as though "I Won't Say If I Voted For President Obama-itis" has spread from Democratic senate candidates to those in the gubernatorial ranks.
According to Judge Andrew Napolitano, President Obama could be come a candidate for impeachment over the next two years if he enforces immigration policies "in such a way that it is the opposite of what the law is intended to do." While the president, Napolitano claims, can open the borders, issue green cards to whoever he chooses, and stop deportations, he cannot ultimately "make illegals legal."
It's official: Debbie Wasserman Schultz cannot name one competitive U.S. Senate race President Obama is campaigning in.
CNN anchor Carol Costello apologized Thursday for her comments about the recent Bristol Palin audio that came to light earlier this week.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest on Thursday ruled out the possibility of a "fence czar" after a second man hopped the fence and was taken down after making it about 25-30 yards onto the White House's North Lawn.
Despite the terrorist group's beheadings and being on the verge of overtaking the border town of Kobani, New York Rep. Charlie Rangel doesn't think ISIS is a threat to America's national security.
The "Morning Joe" crew ripped on Sen. Kay Hagan Thursday morning for her inability to answer if President Obama is a strong leader in a straightforward manner.
Appearing on "Special Report" Wednesday night, syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer opined that individual attacks such as the shooting at Parliament Hill in Ottawa Wednesday is "the new face of terrorism." Krauthammer also touched on how times have changed since the 1990s and 9/11 in particular, when terror organizations would have to send people to Western civilization to carry out these attacks.
Al Sharpton's pronunciation issues just keep on keeping on.
CNN Anchor Mocks Bristol Palin’s Account Of Assault: ‘The Best Audio We’ve Ever Come Across’ [VIDEO]
CNN anchor Carol Costello openly mocked Bristol Palin's account to police of what led to the drunken brawl at an Alaska house party between some of her siblings and other guests. In the audio, Bristol Palin tells police in her expletive-filled account that she was pushed to the ground and dragged along the ground twice by a man during could be construed as an assault.
Josh Earnest must think the possibility of giving out nine million green cards to amnestied individuals is hilarious.
Following today's tragic shooting at the Canadian National War Memorial in Ottawa, the nation's Parliament, and a nearby mall, the National Hockey League has postponed tonight's Toronto Maple Leafs/Ottawa Senators game.
"Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough unloaded on Senate Democrats running in tough re-election contests, calling them "clowns" for saying they'll "stand up" to President Barack Obama, even though they continue to vote with him over 90 percent of the time.
What does conservative radio host Mark Levin think Democrats need come Nov. 4? As he put it rather simply, "they need to get a good swift kick in the ass."
According to syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer, the 2014 midterm elections have been, and will continue to be "a total humiliation" for President Barack Obama.