A bipartisan congressional delegation traveled to Poland this weekend where they met with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and were given a firsthand look at the crisis unfolding in Europe as Ukrainians flee from their country.
Today's Conservative News
Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to Europe next week to meet with leaders of Poland and Romania amid Russia’s war with Ukraine, offering support for neighboring countries handling the influx of “refugees fleeing violence.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday touted the “brilliance” of President Biden’s response to a Russian invasion in Ukraine, telling reporters that his experience in government has helped him to understand “the arena.
Texas college and university professors may soon lose tenure if they teach critical race theory (CRT) in their classrooms, according to the Lone Star state’s lieutenant governor, who has vowed action by the state.
White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre lashed out at South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Friday, saying she advanced “policies that attack trans youth” and funded “ads attacking LGBT youth.
The Senate passed short-term legislation Thursday to avert a government shutdown, sending the bill to President Biden’s desk for his expected signature.
The Kentucky Senate voted Wednesday to advance a measure which would require older students in the state to play on teams based on their biological sex.
The Army has unveiled a plan to tackle issues surrounding climate change, including the establishment of an electric vehicle fleet, as well as the reduction of the branch’s greenhouse gas emissions.
An admiral for the U.S. Navy claimed “high-profile” requests, including one from first lady Jill Biden, caused disruption to overall Afghanistan evacuation efforts last year.
President Biden warned Americans who remain in Ukraine that they should get out of the country amid growing tensions along the border there as Russian President Vladimir Putin weighs whether to invade.
DHS is aiming to get ahead of a planned demonstration in America as it is “tracking reports of a potential convoy,” Fox News confirmed.
A former law clerk for a potential nominee to the Supreme Court took to Wikipedia over the last week to edit his former boss’ biography, as well as those of her competitors.
Members of the RNC’s resolutions committee voted unanimously in favor of a motion calling for the censure of GOP Reps. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., and Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., for their participation in the January 6th congressional investigation panel.
President Biden is reportedly planning to make “several” stops, including a summit featuring leaders from the “Quad” alliance, during his trip to Asia this spring as tensions rise with China.
A Washington State Patrol officer who defied a statewide vaccine mandate and signed off for the last time by issuing a strongly worded message to Gov. Jay Inslee has passed away from COVID-19 complications.
President Biden’s admiration for “partner” Vice President Kamala Harris seemed to strengthen on Friday when he claimed he could not imagine having anyone else serve by his side.
NARAL Pro-Choice America has joined a growing list of organizations that plan to withdraw support from Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., over her opposition to a change in Senate rules.
Emily’s List, a group that works to elect to office female Democratic candidates who support abortion, says it will no longer endorse Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., over her opposition to a change in Senate rules.
Michael Avenatti has filed a claim against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for mistreatment, claiming he was only allowed to Trump’s “The Art of the Deal” in prison.
Supreme Court to review case involving high school football coach who was fired for on-field prayers
The Supreme Court will hear remarks from a former high school football coach who is battling a school district’s ban on postgame prayers with his players that cost him his job.
The Biden administration will send medical teams to six states to assist overcrowded hospitals and medical professionals as they take on the burdens associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report.
Guidance issued under the Biden administration states certain individuals may be considered “high risk” and more quickly qualify for monoclonal antibodies and oral antivirals used to treat COVID-19 based on their “race or ethnicity.
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol will request the presence of former Vice President Mike Pence to get “his opinions” about what transpired that day.
Washington Democrat Gov. Jay Inslee is calling on lawmakers in the Evergreen State to make it a crime for “elected officials or candidates for office” to lie about election results.
1619 Project author Nikole Hannah-Jones falsely claimed this week that the Civil War – which began in April 1861 and resulted in an end to slavery in America – began in 1865, the year the war actually concluded.
DeSantis touts 'freest state' of Florida during appearance at New Years Eve Christian concert in Miami
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his wife, Casey, rang in the new year at a Christian concert in Miami, where he touted the state’s freedom amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton scored what he considered to be a “win for the children of Texas” after a federal judge ruled against vaccine and mask mandates for Head Start programs.
The office of Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is pushing back against recent criticism that the Sunshine State governor has been “missing” after he made limited appearances amid the rise of COVID-19 cases in the state.