Omar retweets video by anti-Israel group investigated by FBI for possible terrorism ties
On Tuesday, the day after she posted her infamous tweet likening the U.S. and Israel to terror groups Hamas and the Taliban, Omar retweeted a post with a video produced by the International Solidarity Movement (ISM).
Pro-life advocates warn of 'egregious' Democratic bill that would guarantee abortion rights throughout US
Pro-life advocates are warning of a new "egregious" bill introduced by Democrats last week meant to protect abortion access in states passing laws to restrict it, according to a report.
Head of NATO says member states need to 'strengthen' policy on China
News/Politics: When the leaders of NATO member states meet next week in Brussels, they'll need to strengthen their collective policy on an increasingly aggressive China, said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
RNC might skip network TV presidential debates in 2024 without overhauls, David Bossie says
The Republican National Committee may avoid major television networks if presidential debates aren’t reformed substantially by 2024, David Bossie, president of Citizens United, reportedly said Friday.
Kamala Harris becomes first sitting VP to join Pride march, calls for passage of GOP-opposed Equality Act
Kamala Harris became the first sitting vice president to march in a Pride event on Saturday as she and her husband, second gentlemen Douglas Emhoff, surprised the crowd with an appearance at the Capital Pride Walk and Rally in Washington, D.C.
Senior military leaders golfed with former top soldier currently under investigation
News/Politics: Two senior military leaders went golfing with the former chief of defence staff, retired general Jonathan Vance, last week while he’s under investigation for allegations of inappropriate behaviour involving female subordinates, the defence minister’s office confirms.
Former Deputy AG Rosenstein has said he was not aware of subpoena for lawmakers' data, source says
Ex-top Trump Justice Department official Rod Rosenstein has told people in recent days he was not aware of a subpoena that targeted the data of Democratic members of Congress while he was deputy attorney general, a source familiar with Rosenstein told CNN on Saturday.
Migrant crossings hit 10 year high this fiscal year amid border crisis, with four months to go
The number of migrants who have been encountered crossing illegally at the U.S. border so far this fiscal year has hit a 10 year high, with more than four months still to go -- as the Biden administration struggles to contain a continuing crisis at the southern border.
Biden to designate Pulse nightclub as national memorial, renews gun control calls on mass shooting anniversary
President Biden announced Saturday that he would designate Pulse nightclub, where 49 people were gunned down five years ago, a national memorial, as he again called on Congress to pass gun control legislation.
Nikki Haley visits Israel as part of 'solidarity mission' as Dem infighting continues in US
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is visiting Israel as part of a "solidarity mission" to the U.S. ally -- just as Democrats are fighting among themselves over their positions on the conflict between Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas.
'I'm a partner on this journey': Jill Biden on how she sees her role as first lady during debut foreign trip
On her third full day in the United Kingdom to accompany President Joe Biden on his first G7 Summit, Jill Biden peeled off from her husband, and the rest of the program's leader-spouse events, for a solo excursion of her own -- one of several the first lady has taken while abroad that highlight the importance of emotional well-being. The event fell in line with Biden's vision of her role on this trip, which involves a roadmap for life post-Covid-19.
Iran hardliner linked to mass executions likely to become next president, as regime excludes opponents
Iran’s theocratic regime is paving the way for a hardliner, who is linked to mass executions and human rights abuses, to become the country’s next president -- as dissidents cry foul over what they see as a rigged election, and are calling for mass boycotts.
How Joe Manchin speaks for a lot of Americans
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin is increasingly drawing the ire of progressive Democrats. With the slimmest of majorities in the Senate, Democrats need every vote and Manchin's unwillingness to bend on issues such as filibuster reform is getting in the way of the party's legislative priorities.