DALLAS -- Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton promised Texans on Tuesday to make America safe, hold Wall Street accountable, raise the minimum wage, make college affordable and reform immigration policy....Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama said Wednesday that national security officials see no evidence of a Thanksgiving terrorist attack in the United States, and he urged Americans to proceed with their holiday travel and ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama said on Wednesday that he may ignore fresh congressional restrictions on transferring detainees from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, setting up another confrontation with Republicans...Read more
ATLANTA -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture warned Georgia's social services agency Wednesday that the state risked violating federal law by refusing to process food stamp benefit applications for new Syrian refugees in ...Read more
Conservatives are supposed to be against big government and opposed to the left's belief that problems can and should be solved by Washington.
Which is why Ohio governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich's...Read more
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- There are few things sadder than a food bank practically hollowed out a week before Thanksgiving. But at the Camino Pantry, the shelves were just temporarily bare until the arrival of a shipment of ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Politics is not only about competing views on issues. It is also, and often most importantly, about which problems come to the forefront in the public conversation and in the minds of citizens and voters.
This is how fear mongering works. The year could be 1942 ... or 2015.
"I'm reminded that President Franklin D. Roosevelt felt compelled to sequester Japanese foreign nationals after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. And it ...Read more
Rory: King of PetlaJennifer Zartman
Rory Anderson, an epic-nerd on an ordinary science field trip, is pulled through a portal into Zed, a place outside of time. His perception of reality shifts, and the King of the Fountain of Life commissions him as an ambassador to Petla, a place in another galaxy. He arrives wearing the ...
With images of the carnage in Paris and the shuttering of Brussels flashing on every screen, it is hard to take to heart the president's urgings not to give in to fear. A global terror alert does not help. The front-page...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Oh, my goodness, the holidays are here! Of course, we're not ready, but isn't it about time to focus on something pleasant?
(Oh, relax, you inveterate Fox News aficionados. Enjoy the season and take a break ...Read more
In 2009, President Barack Obama was as stunned as we all were by the announcement from Oslo, Norway, that he'd just won the Nobel Peace Prize. He won it mainly because he gave one historic speech in Cairo, seeking to chart...Read more
Common sense is a strange virtue. As you may have noticed lately, it is not so common and oftentimes it is not even sensible.
In fact, common sense might be defined as any course of action on an issue of the day that a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The two presidents stood in the East Room on Tuesday afternoon, united in their goal of defeating the Islamic State but separated by a stylistic gulf as vast as the Atlantic.
On the left, facing the cameras,...Read more
Calling on any nation to repudiate its history is asking a lot. Asking this of the United States -- a country that is animated, more than most, by its great national myths -- may be asking the impossible.
This was the ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, Nov. 24:
When President Barack Obama announced an international campaign to "degrade and ultimately destroy" the Islamic State last year, the ...Read more
Jesus was a liberal. He sided with underdogs. He championed little people, not the privileged and powerful. "Blessed are the poor" was one of his maxims. He told a noble: "Sell all that thou hast, and distribute unto the ...Read more
The Department of Labor has proposed a complex and flawed set of new rules that will do nothing to further the goal of ensuring financial advisors put their clients first.
We agree with the department's goal, but the maze...Read more
Get in front of progressives, which the American public does daily, and watch out for their punches. You want higher prices? They'll deliver the uppercut with a smile. Fewer jobs? You bet. Stagnant wages? They will give ...Read more
Americans really don't trust their government. That's one takeaway from a new Pew Research Center poll, which found that just 19 percent of Americans now say they trust their government "some" or "most" of the time.
The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Tuesday, Nov. 24:
It's bad enough that Pentagon supervisors would sugarcoat intelligence reports on how the military is faring against any foreign ...Read more
- Obama says he may ignore congressional limits on Guantanamo transfers
- Feds to Georgia: Don't deny Syrian refugees food stamp benefits
- No 'credible' Thanksgiving terror threat, Obama says
- Hillary Clinton tells Dallas crowd she will 'make our country strong'
- Bernie Sanders trumpets Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy in Atlanta