White House aide Kellyanne Conway on Sunday insisted that Democrats do not have a “constitutional basis” to embarrass President Donald Trump by conducting an impeachment inquiry. Conway made the remarks
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) announced a ban on state-funded travel to Iowa on Friday in response to an Iowa law that prohibits Medicaid from covering gender transition surgeries, according
The Women's March recently cut ties with three of its inaugural board members who had drawn accusations of anti-Semitism and mismanaging finances. The Washington Post first reported that co-chairs Linda
Teacher allegedly tells students Mike Pence should be 'shot in the head' — and now is under investigation
'Affiliation to a specific party does not entitle us to make statement like that to anyone' A North Carolina high school teacher allegedly told students that Vice President Mike Pence should be "shot the
Trump Derangement Syndrome has infected the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. As I write in my new book, “Culture Jihad: How to Stop the Left from Killing a Nation,” Trump Derangement Syndrome
As expected, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has signed legislation passed by the state legislature last week that imposes statewide rent control on landlords in the state. The measure passed the state
WASHINGTON – Two young Americans, Victor and Cynthia Liu, are “trapped” in China, increasingly desperate and despondent because Chinese authorities have blocked them from leaving for more than a year.
New York City police said Saturday that 76 immigration policy protesters had been arrested at a demonstration outside Microsoft's flagship store in midtown Manhattan. The protesters demanded that Microsoft
Two Australian bloggers went to Iran to prove that it’s a great place to travel. Now they’ve been sitting in an Iranian for
Two Australian bloggers believed that the media were overhyping the dangers of travelling to Iran. So they traveled there to prove how safe it was — and were arrested. Mark Firkin and Jolie King left in
It used to be much easier to spot a budding Nazi in the classroom, or at least a student harboring extremist views, says Nora Flanagan, who’s been a public school teacher in Chicago for over 20 years.