The media’s reaction to The New York Times’ unauthorized release of a portion of Donald Trump’s 1995 tax returns should be one of “disgust and contempt,” according to conservative radio host Mark Levin.
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The Obama administration has released more than 128,000 unaccompanied minors into the United States over a span of less than three years, according to the Office of Refuge Resettlement (ORR).
The Supreme Court has declined to give the Obama Administration a second bite at the executive amnesty apple.
A Navy widow who lost her husband on September 11, 2001 when terrorists flew a commercial airplane into the Pentagon is the first American to sue the Saudi government for the attacks that brought down four planes, the Pentagon, and the World Trade Center towers.
The Obama administration’s failure to respond to congressional inquiries seeking information about refugees convicted of terrorism demonstrates its disrespect for Congress and the American people, according to Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions.
Islamic terrorists who have launched attacks on American soil were perhaps able to elude law enforcement in part because the Obama administration remains blind to the nature of the enemy, Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz surmises.
The Clintons have yet to completely escape the sex scandals of the 1990s and Bill Clinton’s alleged female victims continue to threaten Hillary Clinton’s pro-woman image.
Workers who believe they have been discriminated against on the basis of citizenship or national origin can now file a complaint online with the Justice Department in 11 different languages.
Amid ongoing riots in Charlotte over the fatal police shooting of a black man, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton wore a shirt quoting Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday as he warmed up to face the Minnesota Vikings.
Bill Clinton’s ex-mistress Gennifer Flowers says she will accept Donald Trump’s offer to sit in the front row during Monday night’s debate against Hillary Clinton.
Never one to demur at a perceived slight, Donald Trump is threatening to seat former Bill Clinton mistress Gennifer Flowers in the front row during Monday night’s debate against Hillary Clinton.
Terrorists are constantly seeking to exploit immigration systems to enter the United States and the refugee stream is particularly vulnerable, according to an internal Immigration and Customs Enforcement memo obtained by Congress.
Democratic Illinois Rep. Luis Gutiérrez ate Skittles and took indirect potshots at Donald Trump on Wednesday during IRS Commissioner John Koskinen’s impeachment hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.
A Florida audience offered Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist (D) an uncomfortable reminder of what many Americans think of the Hillary Clinton — namely, that to call Democratic nominee for president “honest” is laughable.
The number of immigrants applying for citizenship has increased this year compared to last, however, it is not breaking records, according to a recent Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services data.
A group of Republicans are calling on House leadership to include language in the upcoming year-end spending bill that would pause refugee admissions to the United States from Syria, the Middle East and North Africa.
Despite already securing the Republican nomination, Donald Trump is reaching out to pro-life voters as a steadfast advocate for the unborn --- in contrast to Hillary Clinton's "extremism" on the abortion issue.
The federal government is taking food stamp purchases to the internet, launching a two-year pilot program to experiment with allowing food stamp users to buy their groceries online.
As Florida Gov. Rick Scott pushes for more federal funding to combat Zika, a breast milk bank in Orlando is expressing concern about the virus' future impact on its supply of donated breast milk, according to Health News Florida.
The Obama administration plans to admit 110,000 refugees to the United States next fiscal year, Secretary of State John Kerry told Congress on Tuesday.