Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) attended the 2021 Met Gala on Monday night with billionaire Seagram's heir Benjamin Bronfman, who is dating her dress designer,Aurora James.
Sen. Steve Daines, the founder and chairmanof the Senate Pro-life Caucus, slammed President Biden over his planned executive actionsFriday to roll back two Trump policies that restricted government support for abortion.
A Black female lawyer who was hired in 2019 to lead the state of Oregon’s civil rights agency has filed a $2.3 million lawsuit, claiming White subordinates dismissed her expertise and declined to follow her directives, according to a report.
Rep. Andrew Garbarino, R-N.Y., penned a letter along with seven state legislators to Gov. Andrew Cuomo calling for a "swift resolution" to "counter-intuitive" mask guidance for New York kids in child care and at summer camp.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., sidestepped stalled infrastructure talks in Washington, D.C., to see her foot doctor and host a high-priced fundraiser at a pricey Phoenix resort Saturday.
Dr. Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of state for both Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, likened President Donald Trump's Middle Eastdiplomatic achievements to Nixon's opening of China in 1972.
The U.S. government should investigate what is alleged to be acovertIranian propaganda operation being run on American soil, according to a congressional request.
Paypal co-founder and Facebook board member Peter Thiel spared no punches in who he cites for helping China's rapid economic and military expansion. He says that U.S.
The unrest in Jerusalem has prompted Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn to introduce "The Hezbollah Money Laundering Prevention Act of 2021" to try and choke off the financial flow into the terrorist group
A former U.S. Marine who is an activist in a group advocating freedom for North Korea could be killed by Kim Jong Un if the Biden administration continues to press its extradition case against him, warn supporters.
Cindy Warmbier's son was killedby North Korea's regime, and now she wants to prevent another American being murdered.
The street where the North Korean regime's mission to the United Nations is located could soon be named "Otto Warmbier Way," after the 22-year-old American college student who was brutally tortured and sent home to die by Kim's regime in 2017.
The Coronavirus pandemic has not only spread death across the globe, but has imperiled food supplies.
The fall of Afghanistan has emboldened the Haqqani network, the U.S. designated terrorist group that works hand in hand with the Taliban and al Qaeda.
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