After Sarah Cherry's father was robbed at gunpoint two months ago at an Arkansas Domino's pizza store, the former Army military police officer began carrying a gun with her for protection to her job at the same restaurant.
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Outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel admitted that he felt pressured by the White House to approve the transfer of more Guantanamo Bay prisoners -- and at a faster pace.
Leaked Audio: Wasserman Schultz Slams MSNBC For Anti-Israel Bias, Offers Other Candid Remarks [AUDIO]
Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz offered a series of candid remarks at a recent event in Florida, slamming MSNBC over what she claims is its anti-Israel bias, breaking with the Obama administration by identifying recent terrorists as Islamic, and questioning intermarriage and assimilation for Jewish people.
Nearly two months after it became clear that a Rolling Stone article about a gang rape at the University of Virginia was mostly fabricated, school president Teresa Sullivan finally admitted on Friday that the story is "discredited."
Philadelphia sports fans have been described as some of the most relentless, rowdy and unforgiving in the nation.
Taliban Claims Responsibility For Attack Which Killed 3 Americans, As White House Denies Fighters Are Terrorists
A spokesman for the Taliban claimed responsibility for a shooting at a military airport in Kabul on Thursday which left three American contractors dead.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) says language included in a draft agreement that was to allow private contractors to scour air travelers' social media activities and credit card purchases before approving them for expedited travel under the agency's PreCheck program was included "inadvertently."
Startled awake by a noise at the back of her home, a suburban Detroit woman woke her 74-year-old husband who in turn grabbed his gun and headed towards the sound to find out what was going on.
Sen. John McCain issued a strong rebuke to a group of antiwar protesters who disrupted a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Thursday morning.
College Student Says She’s Glad Her Dad Gave Her The Gun She Used To Fight Off Armed Home Invaders [VIDEO]
A University of Central Florida student says she's glad her dad gave her a gun to take to school after she needed one to confront two violent home invaders who held her boyfriend at gun point and threatened her life.
The gun control group the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) wants Fox News affiliate WTTF to fire its investigative reporter, Emily Miller, claiming that she violated journalistic ethics by criticizing Washington D.C.'s strict gun laws at a recent event.
An agent with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) proposed using license plate readers to track vehicles parked at gun shows in order to investigate gun trafficking, an internal email reveals.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is willing to testify before a House select committee investigating the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, according to the ranking Democrat on the committee.
Jimmy McMillan, the flamboyant New York gubernatorial candidate who gained national attention when he ran on the slogan "The rent is too damn high," is being evicted from his $872-a-month rent-stabilized New York City apartment.
Winter Storm Juno was likely caused by climate change, according to at least two high-profile prognosticators. The only problem is, the blizzard largely went bust.
Speaking in India about religious tolerance, President Obama briefly addressed unfounded rumors that he is a Muslim.
A city hall meeting being recorded on live television captured the sounds of two newly sworn-in New Hope, Minnesota police officers being shot.
The White House is embarking on a public relations pitch to raise awareness about President Obama's executive amnesty, which the administration claims will provide a boost to the economy and have no negative impact on American workers -- a claim which Obama himself has disputed in the past.
A single English hospital has treated 1,500 victims of female genital mutilation in just five years, and nearly 500 cases of the brutal procedure are being discovered by hospitals in the country each month.