Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said President Trump's decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program corrects an overreach by President Obama. On the other side of the aisle, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called the move "heartless."
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Kerry Picket is a Washington D.C. based reporter at The Daily Caller and fill-in radio host at SiriusXM Patriot 125. Picket has worked has at other outlets including The Washington Times, where she began reporting on Capitol Hill. Before that, she produced news content for Robin Quivers of “The Howard Stern Show” on SiriusXM, wrote entertainment news for MTV Radio and worked as a production assistant at MTV.com.
A lawsuit filed late Sunday night against Michigan State University claimed the school rejected First Amendment rights of white nationalist Richard Spencer when officials prevented him from speaking on campus, The Detroit Free Press reports.
Former FBI Director James Comey testified before the House Judiciary Committee in September 2016 that the decision to not prosecute Hillary Clinton over mishandling of her State Department e-mail was made “after” interviewing key witnesses, but a memo written by Comey exonerating Clinton prior those interviews contradicts that claim, Red State recently found.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump arrived at Houston’s NRG Center to meet with survivors of Hurricane Harvey as well as help volunteer at the site’s lunch line.
Two California residents, along with two Second Amendment advocacy organizations, filed a petition with the Supreme Court to review the Ninth Circuit court's decision to maintain the state’s 10-day waiting period laws on purchasing firearms.
The Justice Department Friday settled a class action lawsuit filed by those unable to enter the U.S. following President Donald Trump’s initial travel ban.
The Department of Homeland Security has formally classified activities of so-called anti-fascist or “antifa” groups as “domestic terrorist violence,” according to sources and documents obtained by Politico.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced Thursday it will cut funding to ObamaCare enrollment outreach, The Hill reported.
A career in diversity, inclusion, and social justice pays big in Seattle, Washington, according to a King County job listing posted Thursday.
Officials in Texas have reported at least 35 fatalities from flooding caused by Tropical Storm Harvey, and the death toll is expected to grow, Reuters reports.
Federal prosecutors claimed in a new document Wednesday that New Jersey Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez began accepting bribes from a wealthy donor just before he went to the Senate in 2006, Politico reported.
A professor at the University of Kansas wore a bulletproof vest to class on the first day to protest the Kansas’s campus carry law.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced Wednesday the restoration of work participation requirements under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program.
Federal authorities charged Monday a New York resident with attempting to provide material support to ISIS.
A felon released early rammed his vehicle into a law enforcement officer last Saturday in Chattanooga, TN. His early release is due to Justice Department guidelines set by the previous administration.
NEW YORK—The City of New York announced Tuesday an investigation into allegations that displays of “Nazi and Confederate imagery, swastikas and other hate symbols” appeared in a Queens, New York apartment building lobby.
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK -- New York Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a roster of anti-smoking legislation Monday, including one measure which hikes the price of a pack of cigarettes to $13--the highest priced in the nation.
Florida Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis has submitted an amendment to the forthcoming House spending package that would restrict Special Counsel Robert Mueller from continuing the Russia investigation 180 days after the measure became law.
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK—New York Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed Monday he would march in the city’s Columbus Day Parade in October, despite a controversy over a statue of Christopher Columbus located on the outside perimeter of Central Park.
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK—New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday he was unaware of a Vladimir Lenin statue that exists on the lower east side of Manhattan.