For years, Republican leaders treated Frank Gaffney as a pariah. But his dark warnings about Sharia law taking over America found an audience among grassroots conservatives—and now, in the White House.
A National Security Council staffer revealed his "America first" worldview in a March 2016 essay, written under a pseudonym. WASHINGTON ― A senior national security official in the Trump administration
• Federal agencies say they will comply with order and restore visas • President seeks to undermine ‘so-called’ judge, promises overturn • Iranian baby girl in need of heart surgery gets waiver to enter
WASHINGTON — House Republicans responded Thursday to new videos of Planned Parenthood staffers telling undercover investigators that they cannot provide prenatal care to women, renewing calls to strip
Mexico's foreign minister on Thursday disputed reports that President Donald Trump threatened to send American troops into the country during a call with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto this week.
On Wednesday, the Wyoming House of Representatives passed House Bill 194 in a landslide vote of 46-14. The nature of the bill, known as “The School Safety and Security Act,” is such that it would allow
After an electoral season that blurred the line between fact and fantasy, a team of UCLA researchers is offering new evidence to support a controversial proposition: that when it comes to telling the between
World The White House warned the Israeli government Thursday to stop announcing plans to build new settlements in the occupied West Bank, appearing to open a breach in the extraordinarily warm relationship
President Donald Trump has spent the past two weeks issuing a spate of executive orders that are stunning in their reach. There's nothing unusual about the executive orders in and of themselves, of course.
The plan also bars the Department of Health and Human Services from taking any adverse action against federally funded child welfare organizations -- including those offering adoption, foster or family
Federal Conservative Party leadership candidate Kellie Leitch says it is "ridiculous" to link her plan to screen immigrants for Canadian values with a deadly attack on a Quebec City mosque, arguing her
That said, the administration could still add provisions that hinder the rule to bar discrimination. This post has been updated. Calling Peter Thiel. Well, maybe not, as it turns out, since the influence
The American coastal elites are living in a different country than they thought and it has a powerful voice in the new president Donald Trump is an unlikely president. He is also an unlikely cultural That
It isn't always fun to be a man these days. (Especially a straight, white one.) You get blamed for everything. Manshaming is practically obligatory, especially among the educated young, where the vicious
Washington (CNN) — Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee that has investigated Hillary Clinton's actions as secretary of state, including her private email
The Conservative Party of Canada will choose its next leader this spring, and there's a chance it could end up with someone who can't speak French. That the Official Opposition, the government in waiting,
By Charles Krauthammer Charles Krauthammer Columnist Email Bio Barack Obama did not go out quietly. His unquiet final acts were, in part, overshadowed by a successor who refused to come in quietly and,
Quebec and Ontario officially signed a $1-billion hydroelectricity deal on Thursday that the premiers of both provinces said was historic and the beginning of an increased energy partnership in Central
I bet the poor guy never saw it coming. Until recently, Henry Parada was director of the School of Social Work at Ryerson University, Toronto's big downtown commuter school. His career was going well he