Today's Conservative News
The U.S. will not lift sanctions against Iran unless Tehran halts its uranium-enrichment efforts, the president said Sunday.
The House Republican Conference chair defended her impeachment vote against the former president, saying that ‘our duty is to the Constitution.
Agreements with El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras had required migrants who arrived at the southern border to seek asylum in one of those countries first.
2,300 of the district’s 15,000 teachers will continue to instruct their classes virtually even while their students are physically present.
The Senate passed the budget resolution earlier in a 51-50 vote along party lines, with Vice President Kamala Harris casting the tie-breaking vote.
McCarthy also met with Greene for several hours on Tuesday night to encourage her to apologize for her past behavior.
Newsmax invited Mike Lindell, founder and chief executive of My Pillow, to discuss Twitter’s decision to shut down the corporate MyPillow account.
The gun rights advocacy group said that the move to Texas will enable it to ‘exit what it believes is a corrupt political and regulatory environment in New York.
The House impeached Trump over ‘incitement of insurrection,’ with support from a handful of Republicans. A Senate trial is next, but not imminent.
Two Republican House members, Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, have already announced they will support impeachment.