Sen. John McCain didn't quite receive a warm welcome when he spoke before a Arizona Republican Party committee meeting Saturday, with several GOP delegates booing and turning their backs on him during his speech.
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The labor union representing border patrol agents came out against a Republican-backed bill dealing with border security Friday, declaring it wouldn't do anything to resolve the problem.
The King of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah bin Adbul Aziz, died Thursday night and paved the way for his brother, Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, to become the country's new monarch -- despite Salman reportedly having dementia and being in poor health.
President Obama honored the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday with a Monday tweet that included a special someone standing next to the MLK statue in Washington, D.C. -- himself.
Actress Jane Fonda issued an apology late Friday for her infamous visit to North Vietnam in 1972, a moment that earned her the dubious nickname "Hanoi Jane."
Violence erupted throughout Niger Saturday during the second day of protests against a cartoon that caricatured the Muslim prophet Muhammad -- resulting in church arson and the deaths of several people.
Missouri is one of the few states in America that still allows corporal punishment in schools -- but a new bill proposed in the state's legislature this week wants to change that.
Millions of French citizens and nearly every leading figure in the country attended the "March against Hatred" in Paris Sunday -- with the notable exception of the popular nationalist leader Marine Le Pen.
Arsonists targeted a Hamburg, Germany newspaper that republished Charlie Hebdo cartoons early Sunday, damaging the paper's archive but leaving no one injured.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush appears poised for a presidential run and is currently leading the polls among potential Republican candidates for 2016, but the comments he made in 1994 during his first run for Florida's highest office may come back to haunt him.
Conservative commentator Erick Erickson criticized on Friday the logic behind President Obama's desire to make the first two years of community college free, while wanting to tackle the supposed "rape culture" problem on college campuses at the same time.
The beginning of a new year is always a good time to bring out anthems that celebrate America -- regardless of their musical quality.
Hundreds of FBI employees are receiving additional scrutiny under an internal surveillance program for being born overseas or having relatives living abroad, The New York Times reports.
Want to know where the homeless relieve themselves in San Francisco? Lucky for you, there's now an interactive poop map that pinpoints which Golden City streets people defecate on.
New Year's Day brought terror to Nigeria when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside of a Christian church in the northeast region of the country Thursday, injuring several people.
A high-ranking Iranian military official advising Iraqi troops was killed by an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria sniper in Central Iraq Saturday.
The Bush surname may not be such a bad thing among GOP voters as former Florida governor Jeb Bush now leads by a wide margin over other potential Republican presidential candidates, according to the latest poll.
A new report from The Washington Post paints a depressing picture of the current state of the Secret Service, depicting the agency as plagued by low morale, mediocre performance and ineffective leadership since becoming a part of the Department of Homeland Security.
A leading Ferguson protester who's advocated for non-violent protest was arrested Friday for an act of violent protest after setting fire to -- and robbing -- a Berkeley, Missouri convenience store earlier this week.