The New York Times endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president Saturday reads almost entirely as a list of excuses for the candidate's past mistakes, failings and perceived lack of character.
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The Cincinnatti Enquirer endorsed Hillary Clinton for president Friday, making her the first Democrat to receive the paper's endorsement since Woodrow Wilson in 1916.
President Barack Obama vetoed a bill passed unanimously by Congress that would help the families of 9/11 victims sue Saudi Arabia for damages, setting up the first veto override of his presidency.
An elementary school is being forced to host what's been dubbed an after-school Satan club, after a lawyer advised the school district it would lose a lawsuit if the club is denied.
A maintenance worker is "frustrated" with a police officer who lives in his apartment building, after she accidentally shot him while he was cleaning the hallway outside her apartment.
Rescue workers unbury a little girl trapped alive in the rubble of a Syrian airstrike and pull her to safety in new footage coming out of the city of Aleppo.
The flow of Central American migrants crossing the U.S. southern border is once again surging.
Nearly two-thirds of Germans fear the "Islamisation" of their homeland, and fear the flood of refugees coming into the country will bring crime and terrorism, according to a new poll.
The Dallas Morning News is offering massively discounted subscriptions to its readers in an effort to withstand the fallout caused by its editorial board's endorsement of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Refugee fraud is "easy to commit" but it's "not easy to investigate," Department of Homeland Security officials admit in an internal memo made public Thursday.
The Iraqi Air Force has dropped 7 million leaflets on the city of Mosul in preparation for an offensive to take back the city from the Islamic State, warning the residents to prepare for "zero hour."
The Tulsa police officer who shot and killed a black man Friday was "never so scared in her life," according to an account of her side of the story given by her lawyer to ABC News.
German police arrested a refugee Wednesday who was planning to bomb the country on behalf of the Islamic State.
Donald Trump campaign ads are appearing next to Islamic extremist propaganda on YouTube, and the campaign has made no visible effort to correct the issue, although The Daily Caller News Foundation has called attention to the discrepancy in multiple email conversations.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is quoted calling Tim Kaine a "terrible" choice for a running mate, in a book about the 2008 presidential elections.
The real number of people who got citizenship instead of deportation from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is more than double what the media initially reported, a footnote in the report reveals.
Islamic State terrorists have tried to pose as refugees in order to gain admittance to the U.S., Department of State spokesman John Kirby admitted Wednesday.
Hillary Clinton, a vocal supporter of the slaughter of unborn children, said in an op-ed Monday the "true" measure of a society is how it cares for children.
The Dallas Morning News is paying a steep price for endorsing Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, in the form of canceled subscriptions and loud protests.