'Reform California' chairman slams bill to allow illegal immigrants to serve on county central committee
"Reform California" chairman Carl DeMaio on Saturday criticized California Gov. Gavin Newsom's signing of a bill that allows some illegal immigrants to serve on county central committees -- one of a number of bills signed to benefit those who entered the country illegally.
House-passed measure includes $6.3 billion for Afghan refugee resettlement, path to green cards
The Democratic-controlled House this week passed a continuing resolution that included language requested by the White House that would fund the resettlement effort of tens of thousands of Afghans to the tune of $6.3 billion, while also giving a timetable for them to be eligible for green cards.
Black Lives Matter leader calls Bill de Blasio's vaccine mandate 'modern day freedom papers'
A leader within the Greater New York chapter of the Black Lives Matter movement is chastising New York City and Mayor Bill de Blasio over a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for residents, referring to it as “modern day freedom papers.”
Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are free: What does this mean for Canada-China relations?
News/Politics: Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, the two Canadian men taken into custody almost three years ago by China's communist regime, are on home soil after the legal dispute involving Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was partly resolved by U.S. prosecutors.
Acting CBP chief 'shocked' by images of Border Patrol on horses, as administration doubles down
FIRST ON FOX: The acting Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) told staff in an email Friday that he is "shocked" by images that show Border Patrol agents on horseback blocked Haitian migrants in Del Rio – just hours after President Biden repeated a false claim that the images show migrants being "whipped" and promised to make them "pay."
Biden administration has removed just 2K of 30,000 migrants who surged border in Del Rio
The Biden administration has removed just 2,000 of the more than 30,000 migrants who surged to the border in Del Rio in September, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced on Friday.
Hochul launching purge of Cuomo cronies from Albany: sources
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has launched a purge of agency heads and other officials appointed by her disgraced predecessor Andrew Cuomo — with at least nine bureaucrats either resigning or being told they’ll be out of a job within the next few days, sources told The Post on Friday night.
Trump touting ‘EPIC Rally’ as he returns Saturday to the key battleground of Georgia
Former President Trump heads out on the campaign trail on Saturday to hold his first post-Labor Day political rally in Georgia, a crucial battleground in the 2022 midterm elections which may ultimately decide whether Republicans win back control of the Senate.
House panel slated to advance massive bill Saturday as liberals and moderates continue negotiating
House Democrats scheduled a rare Saturday meeting to advance their proposed $3.5 trillion package, setting up a key procedural vote while they struggle to pass President Joe Biden's economic agenda.
GOP Rep. Buck says it's 'beautiful thing' to see Dems 'at each other's throats' over anti-Semitism issue
Buck hopped on the phone for an exclusive interview with Fox News on Friday, where he shared his thoughts on the Democrats nixing Iron Dome funding from the latest continuing resolution after pressure from progressives.
NDP ranks question leadership after election disappointments
News/Politics: The NDP is conducting a review of its national campaign to find out what happened with its ground game, which left the party with limited gains and in fourth place despite throwing in $25 million to burnish its appeal.