Recent aggression toward Taiwan by the Chinese communist regime shows that Beijing is looking to test the resolve of the Biden administration, particularly in the wake of the U.S.
The Republican lieutenant governor of Georgia takes aim at former President Trump as he pushes GOP 2.0, a blueprint for a post-Trump Republican Pary
Michigan's Republican controlled House and Senate passed a bill to create what they call Student Opportunity Scholarships.
Gov. Steve Sisolak, the Democrat from Nevada, was at fault for the car accident last weekend that caused minor injuries to himself and the other driver, a report said.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., sounded the alarm over reports that China successfully launched a hypersonic missile and said—if true—the advancement would be something the U.S. could not ignore, according to a report.
The Republican State Leadership Committee is starting an initiative called the "Right Leaders Network" aimed at cultivating women and minorities to run for state-level office.
Former President Donald Trump announced Wednesday the forthcoming “TRUTH Social,” a social media network which aims to "stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech."
Former President Bill Clinton provided a video update on his condition after he was released from a California hospital where he had been admitted days earlier for an infection.
The city council in Tucson, Arizona, voted to terminate city employees who refuse to take a COVID-19 vaccine jab, a move that Gov. Doug Ducey, R-Ariz., condemned as “unfathomable” as he suggested he would challenge legally.
A popular satire account has been locked by Twitter for violating its policies.
The Republicans held the roundtable, they said, because Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Chairman Sen. Gary Peters refuses to hold a hearing on the border.
Data compiled by a nonprofit news organization shows that the city of Los Angeles spent more on parking enforcement than it generated over the last five years.
The National Fraternal Order of Police issued a blistering statement in response to Chicago’s request for suburban police officers to volunteer to help fight surging crime in the city’s urban center.
Fairfax County, Virginia, officials are violating election law two weeks before the off-year gubernatorial election, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
FIRST ON FOX:Top GOP House leaders and 160 lawmakers called on President Biden Wednesday to fix the U.S. "supply chain crisis" or face a doomed holiday season.
Tensions flared outside a walkout at Netflix headquarters as employees upset with the streaming platform’s airing of a controversial special by standup comedian Dave Chapelle clashed with counter-protesters supporting the comic’s freedom of speech.
Seventy-three percent of voters, the highest since May 2020, rate the economy negatively -- and nearly three times as many are falling behind as getting ahead financially.The 39 percent who are falling behind is up from 27 percent in June.
Actress Ruby Rose, who quit the CW series "Batwoman" in 2020 after one season in the starring role, went on the attack against Warner Bros. and series producers for what she claims was the abusive and dangerous conditions on the set of the TV superhero series.
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