Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. gave a hearty endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination -- claiming that his 2016 bid had “fundamentally changed” U.S.
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell rebuked President Trump’s withdrawal of troops from Syria on Friday, calling it a “grave strategic mistake” in an op-ed that claimed the move had set back the U.S.
President Trump on Friday announced that he is nominating Deputy Energy SecretaryDan Brouillette to replace outgoing Energy Secretary Rick Perry.
Jan Brewer slams media ‘hypocrites’ for praising Pelosi finger-pointing, scolding her for pointing at Obama
Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Thursday took aim at “hypocrites” in the media who she says have branded House Speaker Nancy Pelosia hero for pointing her finger at President Trump -- despite calling Brewer a racist for doing something similar to former President Barack Obama.
The Justice Department announced Friday that it prosecuted the highest number ever of immigration-related offenses in fiscal year 2019 -- overturning what had been a trend of decline in recent years on a number of metrics.
President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., heated up their ongoing war of words after a White House meeting on Syria on Wednesday devolved into name-calling and led ultimately to Democrats storming out.
U.S. Ambassador to the E.U. Gordon Sondland will say Thursday that he was “disappointed” that President Trump told him to work with attorney Rudy Giuliani in dealings with the Ukrainian government.
President Trump on Wednesday accused Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., of wanting to “stay in the Middle East for the next thousand years” as he pushed back against criticism of his decision to remove forces from northern Syriafrom Graham and others.
As part of President Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall along the southern border, in San Diego, 14 miles of 18 foot primary steel bollard have been built, with a secondary 30 foot steel bollard barrier behind that which is approximately 80 percent complete.
President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani on Tuesday said he was “disappointed” in former National Security Adviser John Bolton, after reports emerged that he had called Giuliani a “hand grenade” over his Ukraine probe -- and told a top aide to alert a lawyer in the National Security Council.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli is being seen as a likely replacement for outgoing Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan, sources tell Fox News -- a move that would be welcomed by immigration hardliners.
President Trump on Saturday gave his backing to Rudy Giulini, his personal attorney, after reports that the former New York City mayor is being investigated by federal prosecutors for possibly lobbying violations.
Senate Democrats who are running for the party’s 2020 nomination are ruling out recusing themselves from participating in any impeachment trial of President Trump, even amid questions from Republicans that it could represent a conflict of interest.
A federal judge on Friday blocked a Trump administration rule that sought to strengthen the ability of federal officials to deny green cards to immigrants deemed likely to rely on government assistance -- the latest defeat for the administration's immigration policy in the courts.
Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, told lawmakers behind closed doors Friday that she was recalled earlier this year after “unfounded and false claims” against her, as well as continued pressure from President Trump on the State Department to remove her -- as she denied being “disloyal” to the president.
President Trump will soon announce that Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan will be the next U.S. ambassador to Russia, a senior administration official confirmed to Fox News Friday.
Two diplomats at the center of the Ukraine controversy are now set to testify before House lawmakers as part of Democrats’ impeachment inquiry, despite significant pushback from both the State Department and the White House.
Granting free healthcare to illegal immigrants is an idea that has quickly gone from a far-left fringe idea to a key plank of many Democratic 2020 hopefuls in just a few months -- but it’s a policy proposal that could cost American taxpayers tens of billions of dollars a year, according to a new study released Thursday.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Matt Albence on Thursday warned that a recent court decisionthat restricts ICE’s ability to issue detainers for illegal immigrants held in custodywill endanger the public -- slamming what he called the latest example of “judicial overreach.
As the White House pushes back hard against House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry, legal experts are weighing inon the validity of the objections raised by the administration.
The United Nations is facing its worst cash crisis in nearly a decadeand is warning that it may be unable to pay thebills by the end of the month, while urging member states to pay their contributions to the world body immediately.
President Trump pressed Wednesday for the Ukraine callwhistleblower to be “exposed and questioned” after new reports surfaced suggestingthe whistleblower has ties to a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.
Border apprehensions down for fourth consecutive month; administration touts ‘unprecedented achievement’
Border officials apprehended just over 52,000 migrants at the southern border in September --another drop in numbers for the fourth consecutive month -- as administration officials said Tuesdaythe numbers areproof that policies at the border are working.
Warren faces mounting questions on another part of her personal story: Was she fired for being pregnant?
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who in recent weeks has been surging in the polls in the Democratic presidential primary race, sought Tuesday to clarify another part of her personal story that's been called into question -- namely, her claim that she was fired in the 1970s for being pregnant.
The Trump administration orderedthe U.S. ambassador to the European Union not to appear at a scheduled Tuesday deposition on the Ukraine controversy, triggering a fiery new clash with House Democrats as part of their impeachment inquiry.
A congressional delegation will travel to Ukraine this week to meet with military leaders amid thecontroversy over President Trump's July phone call withthe Ukrainian president -- though officials say the trip, planned before the details of that call were known, was originally meant to address other issues.
President Trump called Friday for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff to resign for “fraudulently” reading out a hyperbolic account of Trump’s controversial July phone call with the Ukrainian president.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday that his country's delegation would vote for the United Nations headquarters to be moved out of New York if given the chance, in the latest sign of escalating tensions with the United States on the sidelines of the U.N.
ICE nabs dozens of illegal immigrants with record of child sex offenses after release by sanctuary cities
Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Matthew Albence warned of the dangers posed by sanctuary citieson Thursday, revealing a recent ICE operation that nabbed dozens of illegal immigrants with a record of child sex offenses who had been released by the liberal jurisdictions.
ICE nabs dozens of illegal immigrants with record of child sex offenses, as director slams sanctuary cities
Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Matthew Albence on Thursday revealeda recent ICE operation nabbed dozens of illegal immigrants with a record of child sex offenses, as he railed against the dangers of "sanctuary cities" he said put public safety at risk.
A day after President Trump ripped into the “evil” agenda of open-border activists this week and warned that the future belongs to “patriots,” Hungary’s top diplomat is offering his support as he prepares to take the stage and accuse U.N.
Venezuela, a country riddled with human rights abuses and that has forced the migration of millions of people, is set to join a host of other countries with similarly poor human rights records on the controversial Human Rights Council.
President Trump on Tuesday will tout the importance of national sovereignty in his speech to the U.N. General Assembly, calling for other nations to "love" and stand up fortheir countries while promising to defend America’s interests abroad.
President Trump, in a fiery address Tuesday before theU.N. General Assembly,tore into open-border activists for pushing what he described as an "evil" agendaunder the "cloak" of social justice, while warning Iran to abandon its confrontational course and delivering arguably his most robust defense yet of his nationalist philosophy.
As President Trump prepares toaddress the U.N. General Assembly this week,a new State Department report shows that the world body is out of sync with U.S. interests in more than two-thirds of votes-- likely raising further concerns within the Trump administration about the organization and America's financial commitment to it.
Rep. Joe Kennedy III, D-Mass., announced Saturday that he will run for the Senate, setting up a primary challenge to fellow Democrat, Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., next year.
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday went on the offense over the growing controversy over President Trump’s phone call with the president of Ukraine, in which Trump reportedly urged the Ukrainian leader to investigate Biden’s son’s dealings in the country -- with Biden backing calls for a House investigation and for the White House to release the transcript of the call.
Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan, in an interview with Fox News this week, accused members of Congress of lying in their attacks on agents on the ground doing their job of enforcing U.S.
The controversy over President Trump’s mysterious call with a foreign leader that prompted a whistleblower complaint ratcheted up Friday afternoon as a new report said it involved Trump asking Ukraine numerous times in a single phone call to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden’s son.
The Trump administration will announce Friday that the U.S. intends to sign an "asylum cooperativeagreement" with El Salvador, a senior Department of Homeland Securityofficial confirmed to Fox News -- the latest in a rapid-fire seriesof moves by the administration to tackle the migrant crisis at the southern border.
The Trump administration on Friday signedan "asylum cooperativeagreement" with El Salvador that would meanmigrants who pass through the country need to have first sought and been denied asylum there before continuing to the U.S.
President Trump announced Friday that the U.S. is slapping sanctions on Iran’s national bank, after the administration blamed Tehran for a recent attack on Saudi oil facilities -- with Trump declaring the regime “broke.
The white tents that sit on the very edge of the U.S border, with Mexico a literal stone’s throw away, represent one of thejewels in the crown of the Trump administration’s recent efforts to get a grip on the immigration crisis.
President Trump on Saturday will have dinner with the parents of Otto Warmbier - the American college student who died in 2017 after being held captive in North Korea for more than a year.
Senate Republicans this week introduced a bill to implement DNA testing of migrants claiming to be part of a family unit as they cometo the southern border -- part of an effort to crack down on child trafficking.
President Trump last month at the Group of Seven summit in France reportedly raised eyebrows when he asked for Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi by calling him a dictator.
The controversial arrangement by the U.S. Air Forceto refuel at a Scottishairport near President Trump’s Turnberry golf resort apparently was signedunder the Obama administration, according to multiple reports.
Former Vice President Joe Biden came under sustained and withering fire Thursday when fellow Democrats renewed their attacks on his age, memory and alleged rambling -- as his allies scolded them for the low blows and warned the approach won't pave the way to victory.
Amid a series of legal and political setbacks that have raised questions about the border wall project's future, the Trump administration is making a renewed effort toshow voters the wall remains a top priority -- touting recent construction and vowing to pick up the pace going into 2020.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., lashed out at reporters Thursday when they asked her repeatedly about her stance on impeaching the president -- amid mounting partytensions over the proceedings.
New U.N. Ambassador Kelly Craft took her seat Thursday at the U.N. Security Council, finally bringing a permanent replacement for Nikki Haley -- just days before President Trump goes to Turtle Bay for the opening of the body’s General Assembly.
House Judiciary Democrats on Thursday took a big step in their Trump impeachment push as they met to set the ground rules for a formal committee inquiry -- but Republicans laughed it off as a “giant Instagram filter” to hide how divided Democrats truly are on the question.
Immigration officials apprehended just over 64,000migrants at the southern border in August – a dramatic drop that the Trump administration is presenting as a sign its diplomatic engagement with Mexico and other countries is having positive effects on the ground.
Republicans on the House Oversight Committee are calling on their Democratic colleagues to provide more details about a series of trips taken into Mexico while staff were touring border detention facilities – amid reports that at least one Democrat has been involved in “coaching” migrants there on how to exploit U.S.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said Friday he is “willing to take an arrow” as he pushed back on the National Rifle Association and joined calls for strengthened background checks in the state in the wake of a number of mass shootings.
Arizona GOP accused of 'dangerous' rhetoric after promising to stop Senate candidate Mark Kelly ‘dead in his tracks’
Arizona Democratic Senate hopeful Mark Kelly accused the state’s GOP of dabbling in “dangerous” rhetoric after it sent out an email promising to stop him “dead in his tracks” in a fundraising email.
Trump claims ‘nasty’ Washington Post reporters shouldn’t be allowed at White House after ‘fake’ reporting
President Trump on Saturday started his day with a furious tweet aimed at two Washington Post reporters who he said shouldn’t be allowed on White House grounds after the paper published a report detailing what they described as Trump’s “lost summer.
Trump slams ‘nasty’ Washington Post reporters; newspaper hits back, calls tweet 'unwarranted and dangerous'
President Trump on Saturday started his day with a furious tweet aimed at two Washington Post reporters who he said shouldn’t be allowed on White House grounds after the paper published a report detailing what they described as Trump’s “lost summer.
Acting U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Ken Cuccinelli on Friday challenged the executive of Montgomery County, Md. to a debate over “sanctuary city” policies.
Several state GOP parties could scrap presidential primaries, infuriating potential Trump challengers
Four state Republican parties are looking to potentially scrap their primaries and caucuses for 2020, giving President Trump a clear run in those states, and poising yet another hurdle to his potential primary challengers.
President Trump on Friday said that the Obama-era executive order granting protectionsto some immigrants who came to the country as minors was a “totally illegal document” that former President Obama never had the right to sign.
Tight special election in North Carolina draws national attention, Trump campaign cash with days to go
The nation's political attention will shift next week, if only for a day, from the presidential primary brawl to an unusualHouse election in North Carolina–where the fight for a Republican-held seat appears to be coming down to the wire and both parties are hoping to claim a win that speaks to their strength going into 2020.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has passed a resolution declaring the National Rifle Association a “domestic terrorist organization” and urged the federal government to do the same – the latest escalation in theheated rhetoric from Democrats regarding the NRA inthe wake of several deadly mass shootings.
The House Judiciary Committee plans to launch an investigation this fallintoPresident Trump's alleged role inhush-money payments his former attorney made to two women who claimed to havehad affairs with Trump, adding to a host of Democrat-ledinvestigations into the president’s conduct, Fox News has confirmed.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot clashed with Sen. Ted Cruz over the latest burst of gun violencein the city, claiming Mondaythat Chicago’s decades-long crime problem is actually the fault of Republican-run states like Indiana – because they don’t have “commonsense gun legislation” in place.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumed frontrunner in the Democratic 2020 race, has been hit by a rapid-fire series of gaffes and errors within just a few days – although it’s unclear whether it will damage his future prospects at either the Democratic nomination or the presidency.
President Trump this week formally announced his intention to nominate Eugene Scalia as Labor secretary – with the White House pointing to the pick as one that brings both expertise as well as direct experience of the department to the job.
A photograph tweeted by President Trump ofa failed rocket launch in Tehran was reportedly from an intelligence briefing and not meant for public view – even as Trump said he had the right to put out the photograph.
The summer recess has turned up the heat on congressional Democrats to get on board the Trump impeachment push.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., told a Minneapolis audience this week that the United Nations should be brought in to oversee the migration crisis at the southern border.
The private memos of former FBI Director James Comey were provided to the Department of Justice’s Inspector General by a whistleblowerwho was concerned that the documents were sensitive and should be kept separately for safekeeping, according to the inspector general’s bombshell report published Thursday.
The Trump administration on Thursday is expected to announce rollback regulations on methane emissions in oil fields – the latest push by the administration to undo Obama-era environmental regulations.
Trump administration's update of policy on citizenship for certain children of government employees born overseas sparks confusion
The Trump administration on Wednesday briefly sparked confusion when it issued updated policy guidance sayingsomechildren of U.S. government employees and service members who live abroad may not be considered to be residing in the U.S.
NYPD union calls for de Blasio’s removal, commissioner’s resignation in wake of Garner officer's firing
The New York Police Department union on Wednesday delivered a unanimous vote of no confidence in Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPDCommissioner James O’Neill – calling for their removal and resignation, respectively, following the firing of theofficer involved in the arrest that led to Eric Garner's death five years ago.
The firing of NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo, who was involved in the arrest of Eric Garner in 2014, appears to have already had an effect on arrests in the Big Apple – with numbers dropping sharply compared to 2018 as cops warn of plummeting morale among New York’s Finest.
Democratic 2020 hopeful Beto O’Rourke was asked Monday by a voter in Texas if his life had any “value” before the day he was born—leading the former congressman to declare that it’s a decision “for the woman to make.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, in an interview published Saturday, said that President Trump is “scared” of her and her fellow “Squad” members – in the wake of her canceled trip to Israel and the subsequent feud with the president.
President Trump on Saturday dinged members of the media who he says took a comment aboutbeing “the chosen one” in tackling Chinaa little too seriously -- claiming that everyone knew he was being sarcastic.
Trump talks up ‘special relationship’ with Macron, hours after threat to slap tariffs on French wine
President Trump on Saturday sought to smooth over his prickly relationship with French President Emmanuel Macron as he arrived in France for the G7 summit – telling reporters he loves French wine, hours after threatening to slap tariffs on the export.
Within weeks of becoming the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Ken Cuccinelli has started enactingsweeping changes across the country’s immigration system,angering critics and showing how the administration increasingly is tightening legal immigration.
Democratic 2020 hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday released his plan for a Green New Deal – promising that the multi-trillion-dollarplan to radically overhaul the economy and combat climate change will “pay for itself” over the next 15 years.
Illegal immigration along the U.S.-Mexico border has slowed in recent months, and officials on the frontlines credit in part President Trump's dealings with Mexico. Fox News accompanied agents to see the impact first-hand.
President Trump is setto meet Friday with top security officials on the way forward on Afghanistan, possibly moving towarda phased withdrawal – something critics warn could lead to the Taliban taking hold of the country once again.
President Trump on Friday met with his top security officials on the way forward in Afghanistan -- possibly moving towarda phased withdrawal, something critics warn could lead to the Taliban taking hold of the country once again.
A federal appeals court sided with the Trump administration on Friday in the legal battle over its efforts to limit asylum claims from Central America – blocking, for now, a nationwide injunction that blocked the implementation of the rule.
The head of the NYPD union, in response to aspate of cop suicides, called on politicians Thursday to “end the demonization and anti-cop rhetoric” as he sought to rally officers and tackle the crisis by improving conditions on the force.
Former Illinois congressman and radio host Joe Walsh is attracting sudden media attention as he floats a possibleGOP primarychallenge against President Trump – but the Tea Party-aligned Republican could struggle to be taken seriously as he confronts his own historyofconspiracy theories and incendiary remarks.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) workers are facing a rapidly escalating series of threats, including protesters threatening their children and shots being fired at their offices,amid a rising tide of anti-ICE rhetoric from the leftfueled by congressional Democrats, media voices and presidential hopefuls.
Two California counties sue Trump administration over green card rule change for immigrants on welfare
San Francisco and Santa Clara counties announced Tuesday that theyhad sued the Trump administration over a new regulation that would give federal officials more power to deny green cards to immigrants deemed likely to rely on welfare.
As Mayor Pete Buttigieg was hittingthe presidential campaign trail in Iowa last weekend,back home in South Bend, Ind., the city was plagued by a spate of shootings – with police officers warningof plummeting morale and a worsening situation on the ground.
The Trump administration on Monday issued a long-awaited rulestrengthening the ability of federal officials to deny green cards to immigrants deemed likely to rely on government aid.
Attorney General William Barr said Saturday that he is “appalled” by the death of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein – and said that he has spoken to the Department of Justice’s inspector general about opening a probe into the circumstances surrounding the apparent suicide.
Democratic 2020 hopeful Elizabeth Warrenon Saturday unveiled a sweeping gun control proposal that would seehigher taxes on gun manufacturers, waiting periods for guns and an investigation intothe National Rifle Association (NRA).
President Trump said Saturday that he had received a “small apology” from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for testing short-range missiles -- while appearing to side with him on what he called “ridiculous and expensive” joint exercises conducted by the U.S.
The Trump administration announced Friday that it is petitioning to break up the National Association of Immigration Judges (NAIJ) -- a move that, if successful, could allow the administration to have more control over where it sends judges and how many cases they handle.
President Trump on Friday unloaded into Democratic 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden, saying he wouldbe "thrilled" if the former vice president was his opponent next year and mocking him for his most recent gaffes on the campaign trail.
Nearly half of all illegal immigrants nabbed in Mississippi ICE raid released on ‘humanitarian grounds’
Almost half of those arrested in a mass Immigration and Customs Enforcement [ICE] roundup of illegal immigrants in Mississippi on Wednesday have already been released, officials announced Thursday.
A Republican bill that would increase penalties for throwing water on cops, after a series of incidents in which members of New York’s Finest were doused by bucket-wielding mobs, is facing some initial Democratic opposition months before the bill could even be taken up.
President Trump landed in Dayton, Ohio on Wednesday to pay his respects and offer his support on the first part of a trip totwo communities devastated by mass shootings over the weekend that left at least 31 people dead and dozens injured -- but Trump was greeted by protesters attempting to partially blame him for the murders.
Trump complains of double standard in shooting response, cites apparent liberal views of Ohio gunman
President Trump on Wednesday complained of a double standard in the political response to the mass shootings over the weekend -- as he headed to the sites of those tragediesto pay his respects and offer support for victims and law enforcement.