Reps. Cawthorn, Foxx introduce bill to prevent federal funds from being used to push critical race theory
Freshman Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-N.C., and House Education and Labor Committee ranking member Virginia Foxx, R-N.C., are planning to introduce the Protecting Equality and Civics Education (PEACE) Act on Wednesday, Fox News has learned.
Michigan student government urges boycott of Israel amid clash with Hamas
The University of Michigan student government accused Israel of engaging in "apartheid" and "ethnic cleansing" against Palestinians and encouraged students to boycott the nation as violence between Israel and the terrorist group Hamas continues to escalate.
Border Patrol apprehends dozens of migrants at stash houses after failed smuggling attempts
Border Patrol agents in Rio Grande Valley (RGV) sector have picked up dozens of migrants at stash houses within the last week -- shining light on the operations smugglers use to get illegal immigrants into the U.S., and the harsh conditions those migrants face.
Israel, Hamas continue to exchange fire as deadly confrontation persists
Bloodshed in the Holy Land continued Tuesday after Israel and militant groups in Gaza exchanged rocket fire, with the recent death toll Tuesday up to at least two Israelis and 28 Palestinians, including 10 children.
Growing opposition in California to Newsom recall, new poll suggests
Nearly half of California voters don’t support recalling Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, with more than a third of those questioned in a new poll saying they’d vote to oust the embattled governor in November’s all-but-certain recall election, a new survey released Tuesday indicated.
Border Patrol in Texas picks up abandoned bag of 'AK-47 style' guns
A member of the National Guard last week found an abandoned bag filled with “AK-47 style pistols,” including some that had been reported stolen -- just as border officials are trying to deal with a continuing crisis at the southern border
Biden says he expects ‘a more aggressive effort’ to relax CDC guidance for fully vaccinated people
President Biden predicted "a more aggressive effort" within his administration to increase the "desire" to get vaccinated by relaxing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidance on what fully vaccinated people can do safely.
Colonial Pipeline cyberattack: Republicans demand more action from Biden energy security
The shutdown of a major fuel pipeline should be a wake-up call to the Biden administration that the U.S. needs to be investing more in oil and gas production and strengthening its ability to combat cyberattacks, according to several Republicans.
Scalise, GOP lawmakers demand probe of FBI designation of congressional baseball shooting as 'suicide by cop'
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise and other GOP lawmakers asked FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday to further investigate the 2017 congressional baseball practice shooting and determine why agents originally concluded it was case of “suicide by cop” rather than an act of domestic terrorism.
Blackburn warns cyber attacks 'big part of 21st century warfare,' amid Colonial Pipeline hack
EXCLUSIVE: Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn said the attack that forced the shutdown of Colonial Pipeline networks should be a wake up call to federal officials, warning that “cyber is a big part of 21st century warfare,” while proposing a number of measures to strengthen and protect U.S. critical infrastructure.
20 governors urge Biden to act on border crisis, hit 'unacceptable' plans to house migrants in states
Twenty Republican governors are urging the Biden administration to take further action on the crisis at the southern border as the question of where to house the surge in unaccompanied children is impacting states -- with the governors describing the situation as "unacceptable and unsustainable."
Dems defeat McConnell amendment to sweeping election bill aimed at stopping effort to 'stack the deck' on FEC
McConnell, making a rare appearance at a committee markup, said that Democrats' proposed change to the FEC would make it partisan and go against the goals of the Democrat-controlled Congress that created it.
Collins slams CDC for 'conflicting, confusing' guidance, says she's lost respect for agency
Republican Sen. Susan Collins on Tuesday said she “used to” have the “utmost respect” for the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, but she doesn’t “anymore,” saying “conflicting and confusing” guidance from the agency is undermining “public confidence.”