Meet The One-Eyed, Navy SEAL Badass Running For Congress In Texas

Politics | Robert Donachie
Former Navy Seal Veteran Dan Crenshaw (Facebook/Crenshaw For U.S. Congress)

‘In 2012, I got hit by an IED in Afghanistan’

Antifa Group Teaches College Kids in Texas How To Defend Themselves

Education | Rob Shimshock
Members of Antifa gather at the fringes of the Mother of All Rallies on the National Mall in Washington, U.S., September 16, 2017. REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan

‘Bricks belong best thrown at pig heads!’

Illegal Alien Student Assaults Classmate, And Students Are Protesting His ICE Detention

Education | Rob Shimshock
ICE agents arrest an illegal alien. (Photo Credit: YouTube/CBS Los Angeles)

Rivera-Sarmiento was supposed to exit the United States prior to March 4, 2015

Church Service Descends Into Mayhem As Member Goes On Deadly Stabbing Spree

US | Joshua Gill
Here is a police uniform on the back of policeman. (Photo: Ivan Kokoulin/shutterstock_638260507)

‘Stabbed the pastor multiple times in the chest’

Suicide Attempts Have Doubled In Texas Prisons, Or Have They?

US | Anders Hagstrom

‘Not sure the numbers are true indicators’

FBI Sting Takes Down Texas Judge On Bribery Charges

US | Anders Hagstrom
A D.C. official convicted of bribery only has to pay a $100 fine and spend three years on probation. Photo: Shutterstock

‘Favorable rulings’

NOAA Scientist Says It's Totally 'Misleading' To Blame Global Warming For Hurricane Rainfall

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story

He debunks the talking point that never dies

Texas Committee Votes To Keep Confederate Statue, But Add Anti-Slavery Plaque And Kiosks

US | Rob Shimshock
Monument honoring Confederate soldiers in Montgomery, Alabama (Shutterstock/JNix)

‘I’m almost afraid the kiosks will make it less of an art piece’

Texas Executes Man Who Murdered Daughters While Mom Listened

US | Patrick Granger
San Quentin, UNITED STATES. An undated handout photo of the revamped lethal injection room at San Quentin State Prison supplied by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation October 25, 2012. The state hosts nearly a quarter of the nation's condemned prisoners but has executed none in the last six years. A federal judge halted all California executions in 2006, saying a three-drug lethal injection protocol risked causing inmates too much pain and suffering before death. California revised its protocol, but executions have not resumed. Reuters

5th Circuit Court had had enough

New Report On Methane Emissions Blows Major Hole In Common Enviro Claim

Energy | Chris White
The U.S. is well on its way to becoming a net exporter of natural gas for the first time in decades after breaking an annual record for oil production, according to the latest government data. (Photo: Shutterstock/Thaiview)

‘The story on methane is all about technological innovation’

Companies Set To Shut Down A Near-Record Amount Of Coal Power This Year

Energy | Michael Bastasch
A dirty coalminer displays a lump of coal as a power and energy source. Shutterstock/Joe Belanger

Bad news for coal country