The Washington Post doesn't like Ben Carson declaring President Barack Obama a "psychopath" and gave the neurosurgeon and potential 2016 candidate a stern finger-wagging Wednesday.
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St. Louis County officials announced Sunday that they had arrested a 20-year-old Missouri man in connection with the Thursday morning shooting of two local police officers.
The Nigerian city of Maiduguri was rocked by four suicide bombings Saturday, leaving 54 dead and 143 wounded.
Attorney General Eric Holder is convinced that there's major problems within the Ferguson Police Department, and he's willing to dismantle the entire force if necessary.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan made a fiery speech Sunday in which he warned whites that a "day of judgment" is coming to avenge their "evil" and that African Americans serving in the armed forces should immediately withdraw and fight for their communities instead.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. -- Why are thousands of European Muslims flocking to radical Islam? According to UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, "state sponsored multiculturalism" deserves much of the blame for why extremism has found a home in Europe.
Robert Costa, a Washington Post reporter and former National Review correspondent, asked Scott Walker this week whether he personally believes President Obama is a Christian.
The 2016 presidential campaign might've just witnessed the most outlandish question posed to a potential candidate yet Saturday.
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani continued to hammer President Obama -- despite widespread media outrage -- in an interview published Saturday in which he claimed the man in the White House had a communist-influenced upbringing.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is strongly urging Jews in Europe to consider moving to Israel in the wake of two terror attacks in Copenhagen, Denmark Saturday -- one of which occurred right outside of a synagogue.
Terror struck Copenhagen, Denmark Saturday afternoon when a masked gunman opened fire on a free speech event held at a local cafe, killing one person.
Muslims are making a big impact on education in the United Kingdom, as some public schools are now banning pork to avoid offending the faithful and Islamic schools are apparently "undermining British values" in their treatment of female students.
Ben Carson is receiving a lot of attention as a potential presidential candidate, but he's now also getting noticed as an apparent "anti-gay" extremist.
Rumors surfaced this week that New Jersey governor and potential 2016 candidate Chris Christie was facing a new criminal investigation.
Chinese officials aren't about to let its citizens use a particular type of toilet paper after seizing thousands of rolls and tissue packages that bore the face of Hong Kong's chief executive Leung Chun-ying in southern China.
Vox was in no mood for humor Sunday as it went into outrage mode over Israel's ambassador to the U.S., Ron Demer, joking that his tweet supporting the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl was against "protocol."
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.
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.