Issa slams ‘betrayal’ as State Dept admits number of Americans still in Afghanistan higher than prior claims
The State Department on Friday conceded that there are significantly more Americans trapped in Afghanistan than previously known -- leading to Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., to accuse the administration of a “betrayal” of Americans abroad.
Biden's upcoming meeting with Pope Francis comes amid rift with U.S. bishops
President Biden is slated to meet with Pope Francis for his first time as president just weeks before the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will convene in part to draft a document guiding bishops regarding whether politicians who support abortion should be barred from Communion.
Washington & Lee University orders College Republicans to remove Glenn Youngkin campaign materials
College Republicans at Washington & Lee University were told last month to take down materials in support of Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin -- a move the university said was done to keep it in compliance with its non-profit status under the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Youngkin demands resignations from Loudoun County School Board in wake of bombshell email
Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin called for the resignations of Loudoun County Superintendent Scott Ziegler and the Loudoun County School Board in the wake of a bombshell email this week. The email showed that Ziegler alerted the board to reports of a male student wearing a skirt allegedly assaulting a female student in a girl's bathroom – about a month before Ziegler publicly declared that he had no record of bathroom assaults.
McCarthy seeks Biden meeting after ‘alarming’ border numbers, warns against 'mass amnesty' push
FIRST ON FOX: House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy is requesting a meeting with President Biden in the wake of "alarming" border numbers which showed more than 192,000 migrant encounters in September.
Turkey takes issue with Canadian ambassador, 9 others after calls to release jailed philanthropist
News/World: An order to declare 10 foreign ambassadors persona non grata Saturday was Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's response to last week's diplomatic call for the release of philanthropist and businessman Osman Kavala, jailed since 2017 without having been convicted of a crime.
Rep Sherman calls for naval forces in Ethiopian conflict, US diaspora frustrated by messaging
As the humanitarian crisis in northern Ethiopia continues to escalate lawmakers on the Hill are calling on the governments of Ethiopia and Eritrea to stop the violence – but Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., is looking to the U.S. Navy for help.
Probe into Border Patrol agents drags on over a month, despite Mayorkas claim it would take 'days'
An ongoing investigation into Border Patrol agents pictured on horseback turning away Haitian migrants – and who were the subject of false claims that they "whipped" migrants – is still ongoing, a month after Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas promised the probe would take "days, not weeks."
RNC targets McAuliffe rallies with billboards, says it topped 5M voter contacts in Virginia
The Republican National Committee is campaigning hard in the race for Virginia governor in an attempt to block Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe from scoring a win, telling Fox News it has already made contact with 5 million Virginia voters.
Virginia Democrats sue USPS over delayed delivery of election-related material
The Virginia Democratic Party filed a lawsuit against the US Postal Service on Friday, alleging local branches failed to deliver and process election-related material ahead of its gubernatorial race, thereby "threatening to disenfranchise thousands of Virginia voters."
Canada's privacy czar probing complaints about federal public service vaccination requirement
News/Politics: Canada's privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien said Friday his office had received a number of complaints about the government's mandatory vaccination policy in the federal public service.