Former President Donald Trump praised a U.S. service member who was photographed pulling an Afghan baby across the Kabul airport wall during the Afghanistan withdrawal and brought him onstage at a rally Saturday.
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Arizona Republicans concluded their audit of the 2020 presidential election Friday and said in a letter to the Attorney General that the review’s overall tally matched results from November.
Sen. Lankford pens letter to Biden admin demanding ‘basic answers’ on Afghan refugee vetting process
EXCLUSIVE: Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford was joined by several of his Republican colleagues in the Senate to send a letter to the Biden administration seeking answers on the vetting process for Afghan evacuees sent to the United States following two criminal indictments being filed against refugees housed at Wisconsin’s Fort McCoy.
Two Afghan refugees have been federally indicted for crimes allegedly committed during their stay at Wisconsin’s Fort McCoy.
Federal law enforcement agencies in the Biden administration are reportedly purchasing surveillance drones from China that have previously been labeled a potential national security threat by the Pentagon.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in New York City’s Times Square Saturday to protest coronavirus vaccine mandate requirements.
Texas’ Republican Gov. Greg Abbott is facing a list of Republican challengers in his re-election bid despite receiving the coveted endorsement of former President Donald Trump.
The Federal Aviation Administration has placed a two-week flight restriction along a bridge at the southern border inundated with thousands of illegal immigrants, which prevents reporters from flying drones to document the crisis.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed Republicans while traveling abroad in the United Kingdom Thursday, saying that they are bad for America and members of a “cult.
France is reacting with anger after being left out of an agreement between the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia to give Australia nuclear-powered submarines.
President Joe Biden released a statement Wednesday lauding California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recall election victory and called it a “win” for “strong vaccine requirements.
Missouri conservative group confronts student senator as he takes down and throws away flags from 9/11 display
A student senator at Washington University in St. Louis is being accused of removing American flags from a 9/11 memorial display and throwing them in the trash.
Police in Washington, D.C. have detained an individual reportedly in a suspicious vehicle near the Tidal Basin on the National Mall.
The U.S. government’s account of a drone strike launched against a suspected terrorist in Afghanistan toward the end of the military withdrawal from Kabul is being challenged by a report suggesting the victim was not a threat to the United States.
The Biden administration is appealing a Texas court ruling that concluded the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy is unconstitutional.
The American Civil Liberties Union published an op-ed in support of vaccine mandates taking the position that the mandates actually “further civil liberties” despite having publicly opposed such mandates before the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden blames Northeast storm damage on climate change, calls on Congress to pass infrastructure bill
President Joe Biden toured storm-ravaged areas of New York and New Jersey on Tuesday, blaming the devastation on climate change.
Videos of a clash involving the two warring factions Antifa and Proud Boys appeared to show a member of the Proud Boys being shot in the leg.
A Florida diner that posted a sign telling Biden supporters to take their business “elsewhere” was forced to temporarily close after not having enough food to meet a surge in demand.
Louisiana’s Republican attorney general has launched an investigation into four hurricane related nursing home deaths and is asking why two state officials, both brothers of the state’s Democratic governor, have not started their own investigation.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows took issue with President Joe Biden’s promise not to leave Hurricane Ida survivors behind and compared it to his promise to evacuate Americans stranded in Afghanistan.
Cincinnati hospital poll on COVID vaccine shows a third of nurses would quit rather than be forced to take it
Ohio nurses are pushing back against hospitals requiring them to take the coronavirus vaccine and a recent survey shows that at least 30% of nurses at one Cincinnati medical center would quit before taking the vaccine.
A Florida restaurant raised eyebrows after posting a sign outsider the front door telling Biden supporters to dine elsewhere citing his recent handling of the American military withdrawal from Afghanistan.
President Joe Biden said Tuesday that al Qaeda has been decimated in Afghanistan after referring to the terrorist group as “gone” in a statement last week prompting pushback from some foreign policy experts who say the opposite is the case.
The United States military has carried out a drone strike against an alleged ISIS-K “planner” following a suicide bombing in Kabul that killed 13 American soldiers and at least 70 Afghans.
Bipartisan House Problem Solvers Caucus calls on Biden to extend Afghanistan withdrawal deadline past Aug. 31
The House Problem Solvers Caucus has voted to officially call on President Joe Biden to extend the August 31 withdrawal date from Afghanistan as the administration scrambles to evacuate Americans stranded in Taliban-controlled Kabul.
Sen. Chuck Schumer was widely mocked on Twitter over a video of him dancing with late-night host Stephen Colbert at a New York City concert.
Sen. Ron Johnson and Sen. Rand Paul are accusing the HHS of stonewalling on the origin of the coronavirus and have sent multiple letters requesting documents.
EXCLUSIVE – Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued a blistering response to President Joe Biden’s remarks on the current situation in Afghanistan saying that the president “failed” to adequately respond to the ongoing crisis.