The current Iranian government is an "outlaw regime" and President Trump is making the right moves to deter the Middle East nation from taking direct military action against the US. That's the assessment
Republicans are trying to run away as fast as they can from the draconian legislation passed in states including Missouri, Georgia and Alabama that virtually bans abortion. However, in doing so, they implicitly
Allowing service members to pursue different career paths would ease the strain on military families. A chronic problem has attracted bipartisan attention recently: Military spouses have trouble finding
False equivalence is a type of cognitive bias or flawed reasoning style. False equivalency means that you think (or are told) two things should have equal weight in your decision-making. If one opinion
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) talks to Chuck Todd about new abortion restrictions and about threats from Iran, during an exclusive interview with Meet the Press. Full Cotton: Abortion laws 'are moral questions'
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) tells Chuck Todd that the science is advancing, allowing a wider window of viability, during an exclusive interview with Meet the Press. Cotton: Life begins at conception, abortion
President Donald Trump on Sunday again threatened the government of Iran, warning amid escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran that a military conflict would bring about “the official end” of
Days after Alabama’s government passed a near-total ban on abortion, President Donald Trump and other prominent Republican lawmakers are staking out their more lenient positions on the issue. Saturday
Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) joined Chuck for an exclusive interview on his primary campaign. Plus, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) discussed abortion and America’s foreign policy strategy
Intelligence information bent to justify war in the Middle East is eerily familiar ground to Rep. Ruben Gallego. The Arizona Democrat served as a Marine infantryman in Iraq in 2005, after the George W.