Some Democrats and their liberal media allies are referring to the deaths of four U.S. Green Berets in Niger as “Trump’s Benghazi” and questioning the need for troops there, ignoring that it was President Barack Obama’s decision in 2013 to deploy more military forces to northwest Africa.
Senate Republicans powered their budget through Thursday night, adopting a fiscal year 2018 plan that would clear the path to get a massive tax deal done relying only on GOP votes, setting the stage for Republicans next big-ticket agenda item.
The Pentagon is launching an inquiry into the chain of events that led to the deaths of four Army Special Forces soldiers during a military adviser mission in Niger earlier this month.
Two dozen senators — half Republican, half Democrat — signed onto a Senate plan Thursday to resume critical Obamacare payments and empower governors to experiment with the 2010 health law.
Inside a nondescript building here, moderate Muslims have been waging a bare-knuckle information war against the Islamic State for the past two years, establishing deep contacts with Facebook, Twitter and other social media companies to scrub jihadi propaganda from the internet.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio will retain the stain of having been convicted of contempt of court, even though President Trump’s pardon means he won’t face any punishment, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
Fear of MS-13 is rising in Virginia, and Republican Ed Gillespie is counting on riding it to the governor’s mansion, flooding the state’s airwaves with dire warnings about the dangers of the Central American gang and the blame his Democratic opponent bears for it.
When 12 million voters outside Argentina’s capital pick a senator in Sunday’s midterm elections, they will also be providing a crucial window on the comeback hopes of Latin America’s battered left.
Revelations of Hollywood honchos sexually abusing child actors and actresses have exposed the sordid reality of la-la land as the “open secret” at the heart of the Harvey Weinstein scandal comes further into the spotlight.
The owners of the National Football League finally came up with a playbook of their own. Beset by players who want to be political commentators who work from their knees, and by angry fans who only want to watch a football game without insult to the country they love, the owners consulted their playbook and think they can run out the clock.