Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com By Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post John Kerry is upset by heavy criticism from Israelis — left, right and center — of his recent cease-fire diplomacy.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com BY FOX NEWS INSIDER As House Republicans scramble to come up with a last-minute border bill before their August recess, we're now hearing about a reported plan by I.C.E to open a remodeled detention center that will give illegal immigrants "suite" accommodations.
By John Solomon, Washington Times Ben Carson, the former neurosurgeon turned conservative sensation, is taking a major step toward a 2016 presidential bid by forming a political action committee and selecting the man who would run his campaign, The Washington Times has learned.
By Brendan Bordelon, Daily Caller NBC reporter Chuck Todd needled Debbie Wasserman Schultz over the Democratic National Committee’s relentless fundraising on the issue of President Obama’s possible impeachment, asking if she has “any qualms” about the strategy since “frankly, the only people talking about impeachment are Democrats.” The Florida congresswoman appeared on Todd’s “Daily Rundown” Friday morning to discuss the House’s chances of passing a border bill before going on vacation.
By Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller Democrats are working hard to convince the public that regulations to limit carbon dioxide emissions are necessary to avoid economic and ecological catastrophe, according to a memo obtained by The Washington Post.
By Stephen Dinan, Washington Times Internal investigators have already dismissed most complaints of civil rights violations against federal agents handling the surge of illegal immigrant children on the border, the Homeland Security Department inspector general said in a new report Thursday that details near-heroic efforts agents and officers are making.
Fox News President Obama warned Friday that he will act on his own to address immigration challenges along the southern border, as Congress prepared to leave for the August recess without sending a bill to his desk.
By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, FOX NEWS It has been well established under the Constitution and throughout our history that the president’s job as the chief federal law enforcement officer permits him to put his ideological stamp on the nature of the work done by the executive branch.
By Susan Jones, CNS News "Republicans want to indiscriminately return children to their deaths!" Rep.
By John Podhoretz, NY Post There was an astonishing visual display of the battle for the future of New York yesterday in a round-table discussion at City Hall.
By Rebecca Shabad, The Hill President Obama and Hillary Clinton will both be on Martha’s Vineyard next month at the same time, The Boston Globe reports.
Jackson Lee said "there's representation that there is an underlying bill to this martial law" continuing she said her concern was with "two points, protecting the children and providing the full resources for helping the children.
Fox News t's come to this. Russia is turning to Twitter to drop a sissy bomb on President Obama, using photos to challenge the manliness of America's commander in chief, while pumping up their main man, President Vladimir Putin.
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By Todd Starnes, Fox News I was born in Tennessee. And even though I’ve lived in New York City for the past decade, I still take my tea sweet, my chicken fried and my biscuits buttered.
By Hunter Walker, Business Insider President Barack Obama defended his administration's foreign policy in a statement from the White House on Friday where he argued the ongoing crisis in Ukraine and the military conflict between Israel and Hamas are not evidence American influence abroad is waning.
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By Jeffrey Lord (American Spectator) John Kerry sees no evil. The Israeli media is catching on. Last night, the news arrived that Secretary of State Kerry and UN General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon had issued a joint statement announcing a 72-hour truce between Israel and Hamas.
By Cheryl K. Chumley (Washington Times) The United Nations slammed Israel for possibly committing war crimes in its fight against Hamas — and then backed that accusation by suggesting the Jewish nation ought to be sharing its Iron Dome defensive technology with the very terror group it’s fighting.