A leader of the Greater New York chapter of the Black Lives Matter movement is chastising New York City and Mayor Bill de Blasio over a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for residents, referring to it as “modern day freedom papers.
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America First Legal sued President Joe Biden’s administration on behalf of Sean Spicer and Russ Vought for its removal of the two men from the Board of Visitors of the U.S. Naval Academy.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., has penned a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas demanding answers to questions he previously asked regarding immigration.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, author of the 1619 Project, has been named to TIME’s list of the “100 most influential people” in 2021.
Rep. Lee. Zeldin, R-N.Y., announced he is in “complete remission” after receiving treatment from being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia.
The Biden Administration has expressed concern with this year’s U.N. General Assembly, saying it has the potential to become a COVID-19 “superspreader event.
Michigan state Rep. Jewell Jones, D-Inkster, had his bond revoked by a judge and was taken into custody on Tuesday after he violated bond terms for a third time.
Harrison Fields was only five-years-old when his mother, a NYPD detective serving in the Medical Examiner’s office, responded to the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America, an event that has left him and many others with a “feeling of fear” 20 years later.
Education Dept. probing whether Florida school mask mandate ban discriminates against kids with disabilities
The U.S. Department of Education has announced it will open an investigation into Florida’s ban on mask mandates for schools.
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announced Thursday that the RNC intends to sue President Joe Biden over new COVID-19 vaccine mandates, which directly impact the private sector.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has dispelled rumors that he may be running for president in 2024, saying the rumors are “purely manufactured.
Nearly 100 Afghan refugees from Afghanistan to the United States have been flagged for potential ties to terrorist organizations, including the Taliban, according to a new report.
Virginia Republicans are targeting former Gov. Terry McAuliffe as campaigns to lead the state again, highlighting ties between Jeffrey Epstein and former President Bill Clinton, who attended a fundraising event as the headline guest for McAuliffe on Thursday.
The new coronavirus variant “mu” is not an “immediate threat” to the United States as of now, according to White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said Wednesday that President Joe Biden would not be impeached because both the House and Senate are Democrat-controlled.
US embassy issues second warning, advises Americans to avoid Kabul airport due to ‘security threats’
The U.S. Embassy in Kabul issued a second alert to Americans on Friday, advising them not to travel to the airport and to avoid airport gates due to “security threats” in Afghanistan.
A town hall put on by CNN featuring President Joe Biden failed to shake up cable ratings on Wednesday night as the left-leaning network sat in the shadows of Fox News and MSNBC for primetime hours.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) traveled to Tampa on Sunday to deliver a speech at Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit where he said sales for his “Don’t Fauci My Florida” merchandise are “through the roof.
Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-OH), along with others, was arrested in the Hart Senate Office Building by Capitol Police on Thursday after she led a protest into the building.
As anticipation grows for this month’s 2021 Summer Games in Tokyo, several expect those who take part to engage with protesting in a new way after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) relaxed restrictions on protests and political expression during the games.
A foundation founded by Colin Kaepernick, a former NFL quarterback known for kneeling during the national anthem, has applauded U.S. olympian Gwen Berry after she turned away from the American flag during the playing of the National Anthem after qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics during trials in Oregon.
Obama Pushes Federal Election Takeover Bill Despite Self-Made ‘Policy’ Not to Weigh In on ‘Day to Day Scrum’
Former President Barack Obama said Monday that Congress should work to pass voting rights legislation, claiming “democracy long-term” could be at risk.
Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, second gentleman Doug Emhoff, made an appearance Saturday at the Pride parade in downtown Washington, D.C.
Rep. Byron Donalds was scheduled to appear on Thursday night’s edition of CNN’s Cuomo Primetime, but he was “bumped” and his time slot was given to Rep. Adam Schiff.
Congressman Mo Brooks has introduced two border security bills, Kate’s Law — the House version of Sen. Ted Cruz’s Senate bill — and the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act, in an effort to “help stem the illegal alien tsunami.
President Joe Biden contacted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday in an effort to show U.S. support for Israel amid several violent attacks in Tel Aviv from Palestinian terrorists.
Under President Joe Biden’s leadership, the Pentagon has rejected a permit for the annual Rolling to Remember motorcycle ride that is held in Washington, DC, each Memorial Day to honor POW/MIA veterans.
Vice President Kamala Harris made a trip to New Hampshire Friday where she was greeted by Republican Gov. Chris Sununu and a newspaper ad criticizing her unwillingness to travel to the southern border.