An airport security dog in was shot and killed after running away from its handler at Auckland Airport.
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Senator Tom Carper of Delaware and twenty-three Senate Democrats are planning on unveiling a new piece of proposed legislation that will render President Trump’s border wall plans futile.
A new report from Pew research shows 2,466 refugees from six countries under Trump’s new travel restrictions have resettled in the United States since the new president took office.
In its final year, the Obama administration spent a record amount of money on legal costs defending its refusal to provide federal documents under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
In response to North Korea’s continuous tests for its missile and nuclear program, the U.S. military announced it has begun deploying attack drones to South Korea.
Two people have died in connection with protests that erupted following the impeachment of South Korea’s first female president.
U.S. intelligence and law enforcement officials told Reuters on Wednesday that government contractors were probably the culprits in security breaches that resulted in the release of thousands of pages of documents to WikiLeaks describing the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) use of hacking tools.
The son of Tim Kaine, U.S. senator and 2016 vice-presidential running mate of Hillary Clinton, was arrested Mar. 4 on suspicion of second-degree rioting for disrupting a pro-Trump rally.
President Trump recently revised and signed an executive order that stops the arrival of most immigrants from six terrorist prone countries for ninety days.
In an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday with Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), host Chuck Todd brought up the subject of President Trump’s latest tweets about Chuck Schumer meeting with Russian President Putin and the president calling Schumer “a total hypocrite.”
Caterpillar Inc.’s Wall Street plummet in stock Thursday was considered an after-effect of federal authorities abruptly raiding three of the construction giant’s Illinois facilities.
The Washington Post stirred up a firestorm when they put out a story Wednesday stating that Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak twice last year.
More than 200 construction and engineering companies are interested in bidding on the project to build Trump’s long-awaited wall along the nearly 2,000 mile-long border between the U.S. and Mexico, according to a story in the Hill.
On Tuesday, President Trump signed an executive order to bolster government support for historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
In his first budget proposal to Congress, President Trump is hoping to increase military spending by $54 billion, a 9 percent rise which state governors at the White House are calling “historic,” according to Reuters.
VX, a chemical warfare agent labeled as a weapon of mass destruction by the United Nations, has been identified as the means that killed Kim Jong-nam last Monday.
A protest in Anaheim ended in violence when people began throwing rocks at police officers.
A Veteran’s Affairs (VA) “whistleblower” has reported that the VA is on the verge of throwing out “over 500,000” veteran’s applications because of errors made during the Obama administration.
A congressional investigation has been requested by lawmakers against President Obama and his last day in office.
Despite being Sunni Muslims like their captors, women who were deemed ‘sex slaves’ by members of ISIS claim they were raped and beaten for months, according to Daily Mail.
Outside the White House on Wednesday, a noted Women’s March organizer proclaimed that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is a bigot who is not welcome in the United States.
The relentless Michael Moore has come up with yet another outlandish political scenario that ends with Trump gone and Hillary president.
Although the Trump administration has given the “green light” to move ahead with the final phase of the Dakota Access Pipeline, protesters are attempting last minute ploys to stop its progress.
“It’s almost like the Democrats want to entirely destroy their party,”
On Sunday, top Trump adviser Stephen Miller said that the White House has “enormous evidence” to support the president’s claims of voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election.
Early Friday morning, the Senate voted to advance President Trump’s nomination of Steve Mnuchin for treasury secretary.
President Trump, in his continuing effort to jump-start America’s economy, is meeting with airline industry leaders to discuss the industry’s future in the United States.
According to the Miami Herald, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Department of State say 121 homicides could have been prevented between 2010 and 2014 had more immigrant convicts been deported.
GOP Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) spent the night supporting Education Secretary nominee Betsy DeVos ahead of a major vote on Tuesday.
The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) has announced they are ending their contract with the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF).
Russell Wilson made outrageous comments during a Facebook Live session which was filmed while he was getting a haircut.
Shane Bouvet, a 24 year-old FedEx employee who volunteered his time campaigning for the president, opened his mail on Monday to find a $10,000 check from Donald Trump.
Shortly after the signing of the Iran nuclear deal, U.N. resolution 2231 was put in place to bar Iran from testing ballistic missiles for a period of 8 years.
The sooner Obamacare is repealed, the sooner the process of defunding Planned Parenthood begins; and for the pro-life movement, this is number one on their agenda.
Former Soviet leader and 1990 Nobel Peace Prize-winner, Mikhail Gorbachev, stated recently, “It all looks as if the world is preparing for war.”
Restaurants across the country are now joining the fight in preventing President Trump from deporting illegal aliens, defunding sanctuary cities, and building a border wall.