New York Times columnist Ross Douthat perfectly summed up in a tweet Friday the bias of many liberal politicians, reporters and intellectual elites currently losing their minds about the Brexit vote.
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's decision to block President Barack Obama from replacing Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court proved devastating to the president's immigration legacy this week when the court deadlocked over a ruling on his immigration executive order.
Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert shouted "We are talking about radical Islam!" at Democrats protesting on the House floor Thursday over a gun control vote they want in response to the Orlando shooting.
The Justice Department has released the transcript of Omar Mateen's phone call with Orlando police after he opened fire in a gay nightclub, which Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Monday will help people understand Mateen's motives.
The same media outlets who quickly identified the Planned Parenthood shooter as a right wing religious terrorist because his incoherent ramblings included the phrase "baby parts" are now struggling to figure out why a Muslim man shot up a gay nightclub, despite his explicit statement he did the deed "for ISIS."
Speaking on behalf of Planned Parenthood before the Supreme Court Tuesday, a lawyer argued it's fine to abort a fetus solely because it's disabled or a certain gender, because it's not a human being.
The Amarillo Police Department is purposely withholding the nationality and immigration status of the armed man who stormed a Walmart and took two employees hostage Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton said anyone the FBI is monitoring for suspected terror ties should be banned from buying a gun Saturday, suggesting the federal government should be able to strip U.S. citizens of their constitutional right to buy a gun before convicting them of a crime.
The United Nations ruled this week Ireland violated a woman's human rights by preventing her from having an abortion, and took the unprecedented step of ordering the country to change its laws and constitution to ensure women can exercise their "right" to get an abortion.
Just before sending an important bill to the governor's desk, Louisiana lawmakers made sure an abortion "ban" they passed will not stop a single abortion from happening.
Just a few days after President Obama made a special trip to Indiana to tout economic recovery, a new jobs report reveals U.S. hiring fell in May to its lowest level in five years.
The U.S. government sharply increased the number of green cards for Middle Eastern immigrants from countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq in 2014, newly released data from the Department of Homeland Security shows.
Writer Kayla Webley just can't keep the creepy out of a lengthy profile of an abortionist published in Marie Claire this month, despite her efforts to portray the doctor as a warm and compassionate caregiver.
In newly released 911 tapes, an abortion clinic worker describes the scene of a botched abortion, telling the operator "the fetus is breathing, so we need to care for it now." The baby later died at the hospital.
The Department of Labor has awarded Utica, New York, $2 million to teach young refugees how to build drones as part of a summer jobs program.
Three states passed laws restricting abortion this week, Arizona took a big step toward defunding Planned Parenthood, and House Democrats failed to shut down a House panel investigating the fetal tissue industry. It's been a rough week for abortionists.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin vetoed an unprecedented abortion bill Friday that would effectively ban abortions in the state.
Gov. Bill Haslam won't stop the state from suing President Obama over his plan to resettle refugees in Tennessee, he announced Friday.
While attempting to argue it's "bad for women" to ban abortions on the basis of sex, pro-choice Professor Carol Sanger actually ends up explaining why it's logically inconsistent for feminists to oppose the bans.