Conservative sleuth James O’Keefe is ramping up his effort to take down the mainstream media by enlisting the help of ordinary citizens to go undercover and expose wrongdoing in newsrooms around the country.
Retired Navy Adm. William McRaven sees President Trump’s recent comments about CNN, NBC and other news outlets as perhaps “the greatest threat to democracy” in his lifetime.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Thursday said President Trump’s new orders on immigration are “scaring people” and no replacement for comprehensive immigration reform.
In Orange County, California, dozens of immigrant parents have signed legal documents authorizing friends and relatives to pick up their children from school and access their bank accounts to pay their bills in the event they are arrested by immigration agents.
Two children were burned, one of them severely, at the Dakota Access camp evacuation Wednesday after remaining activists set fire to about 20 shelters and a vehicle in what was described as a departure ceremony.
As the next dean of Yale Law School, Heather Gerken says a key challenge will be figuring how best to stand up for the rule of law.
New York City has lowered its cost estimate for guarding President Donald Trump, his family and their Manhattan residence.
Newly installed EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt cultivated a “close and friendly” relationship with oil and gas companies during his tenure as Oklahoma attorney general, a watchdog group charged Wednesday, pointing to documents showing Mr. Pruitt’s office worked hand in hand with fossil fuel companies to fight Obama-era energy regulations.
The Pentagon said Tuesday that cuts to military child care programs at two Army bases may have been unnecessary.
For the first time ever, astronomers have discovered seven Earth-size planets orbiting a nearby star — and these new worlds could hold life.
Thousands of Egyptians attended to funeral of convicted terrorist Omar Abdel-Rahman on Wednesday while chanting “We will meet in heaven!”
The widow and stepson of recently slain Ku Klux Klan leader Frank Ancona pleaded not guilty Tuesday to first-degree murder and other charges related to his death.