Restoring civility was the talk of Washington after a crazed leftist opened fire on Republican congressman as they attended a Wednesday baseball practice.
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New York Times columnist Bret Stephens, who calls himself a conservative, argued it would be better to deport lazy Americans than illegal immigrants in a tongue-in-cheek op-ed published in Saturday's paper.
The controversial production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" that a Donald Trump-like character's assassination was disrupted Friday night by two supporters of the president.
The Trump administration is set to deport over 100 Iraqi Chaldean Christians Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers arrested in Detroit last weekend.
In the span of a few weeks, two crazed Bernie Sanders supporters have committed acts of violence against innocent Americans.
Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe vastly overstated the number of Americans killed by firearms on a daily basis in his call for gun control shortly after Wednesday's shooting at a congressional Republican event.
The woman charged by the Department of Justice with stealing "Top Secret" information from the National Security Agency apparently believes being white is a form of terrorism.
British Prime Minister Theresa May called for a bold measure after her nation suffered yet another deadly terror attack in the heart of London.
Only a few weeks ago, Nicholas Dean was a highly-regarded principal of a New Orleans school designed for at-risk students with nowhere else to go. He had once earned a glowing profile from NPR for his work.
Evergreen State College biology professor Bret Weinstein learned the severe consequences of opposing campus leftists this week.
Europe was shaken by another barbaric terror attack Monday -- this time in the form of a suicide bomber targeting teen girls at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
British indie rock legend Morrissey tore into the leaders of his country Tuesday for their apparent hypocrisy and inaction in the wake of the deadly Manchester terror attack.
President Donald Trump officially signed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia on Saturday, and it's just another sign that Trump is diverging from his campaign rhetoric on foreign policy.
It's only Wednesday, and President Trump has already had enough scandals this week to last an entire year.
Democrats greeted the House passage of Republicans' Obamacare replacement in a very curious manner last week.
CNN host W. Kamau Bell declared on Thursday the cancellation of college speakers like Ann Coulter is a matter of protecting students from so-called hate speech, and has nothing to do with free speech.
"Hate speech" has risen to the fore of public debate recently thanks to the turmoil surrounding Ann Coulter's just canceled appearance at UC Berkeley.
National Front leader Marine Le Pen reached a new milestone Sunday after qualifying for France's presidential run-off against liberal heartthrob Emmanuel Macron.
The New York Times probably made a serious blunder in picking its newest conservative columnist.