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Paul Conner is Deputy Editor with The Daily Caller. Previously, he was a contributing writer for four years with The Greenville News covering high school sports in Upstate South Carolina. A Palmetto State native, he is a graduate of North Greenville University.
The White House Thanksgiving Day menu features not one, not two, but six different types of pies -- in addition to a bunch of other delicious-sounding fare.
It's time for some good news out of Ferguson, Missouri.
Republican congressional candidate Dan Bongino finally conceded defeat against Maryland Rep. John Delaney Friday morning, and he used his concession message to recount a moment of kindness between the two candidates in the final months of a tight, hard-fought campaign.
A man allegedly attacked a Washington, D.C. police officer with an axe Friday morning, more than a week after a hatchet-wielding Muslim convert attacked a pair of New York City officers in what investigators described as a terrorist attack.
Fans of the Dutch soccer team Feyenoord Rotterdam paid their respects to the victims aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 with a massive stadium display and a moment of silence before the team's friendly game against Spain's Real Sociedad Wednesday.
A workers' rights activist estimates that at least 4,000 workers will die before the kickoff of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, due to to awful living and working conditions filmed in an ESPN investigative report by Jeremy Schaap.
If you've always wondered how Santa Claus gets from house to house on Christmas Eve, you're probably not Daily Caller entertainment editor Taylor Bigler, who says Santa isn't real.
After the family next door to Jeremy and Sheila Brown unveiled an impressive exhibition of Christmas lights and decorations, the Tennessee couple decided to use humor to attract attention to their own house, the Jackson Sun newspaper reports.
Borrowing a typically Republican talking point, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee charged that the news media is working against its priorities, namely defending Obamacare and electing more Democratic House members.
Former Nebraska Sen. Ben Nelson, who voted for Obamacare after securing the "Cornhusker kickback" for his state, met with President Barack Obama Wednesday to talk about how to fix the law.
Conservative Virginia radio host John Fredericks urged Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell to resign as federal prosecutors look into whether McDonnell aided a company whose CEO gave his wife hundreds of thousands of dollars in gifts and money.
A third conservative challenger is entering the race to unseat South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Monica Crowley: GOP House is ‘thin red line’ preventing ‘destruction of America as we know it’ [VIDEO]
Fox News contributor Monica Crowley warned that President Barack Obama is aiming to take back the House of Representatives in 2014, and that the Republican Party "needs to get its act together."
WASHINGTON -- A former congressman says he has the solution to the world's carbon emissions problem. And he's a Republican.
While a handful of states have moved to nullify President Barack Obama's recent executive orders on guns, a quartet of tea-party state senators in South Carolina introduced a bill Wednesday claiming to offer pro-gun citizens a different way around the federal rules: exempt the state's unorganized militia from federal gun regulations.
If former Sen. Chuck Hagel is confirmed to be secretary of defense, he will face a new era of tightening budgets at the Pentagon -- a reality that top-level military officials are now publicly acknowledging.
President Barack Obama called a conscience clause for military chaplains in the National Defense Authorization Act "unnecessary and ill-advised."
Democratic South Carolina state Sen. Vincent Sheheen, who lost to Republican Gov. Nikki Haley in 2010, is considering challenging Haley once again in 2014.