Last night before the Superbowl, Fox News Bill O'Reilly interviewed President Obama and didn't shy away from tough topics like Benghazi or the IRS scandal.
Dana Loesch, mother of two, nationally syndicated radio host and host of Dana on The Blaze network, will guest co-host The View today on ABC.
As the Broncos were getting pummeled yesterday on Fox Sports, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took an swipe at Fox News for continuing their coverage and investigation into the 9/11 Benghazi terror attack.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will speak at CPAC 2014.
Maureen Faulkner, the widow of murdered Philadelphia police office Daniel Faulker, will testify about President Obama's recent judicial nominee, Debo Adegbile, to head the Civil Rights Division inside the Department of Justice.
In case you missed it earlier this week, a tweet send out on the official MSNBC Twitter page accused the "right wing" of hating biracial families.
According to new polling by Gallup, people are more dissatisfied with current gun laws than they've ever been before.
Last night conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza debated far-left professor and Pentagon bomber Bill Ayers at Dartmouth University over a whole host of different issues ranging from the Second Amendment to Israel.
Late yesterday the House released the framework for an immigration overhaul, which includes amnesty for people brought here illegally by their parents when they were children.
According to a new poll from ?Public Policy Polling, a left leaning outlet, Fox News has been voted the most trusted network for the third year in a row.
After immense backlash and a boycott, MSNBC President Phil Griffin has issued an apology for a tweet sent out on MSNBC's official Twitter page yesterday accusing "right wingers" of hating biracial families.
Mitt Romney has in no way indicated he's going to run for the White House in 2016, in fact, he has said directly he "will not run again," but New Hampshire voters have a different opinion.
Historically located in Maryland, Beretta USA is expanding its operation to Tennessee where the company will open up a new plant which will create 300 new jobs. Beretta is planning to pour $45 million in investment money into the new plant, which will be built in Gallatin Industrial Park. The company is being welcomed with open arms by Tennessee Governor
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is calling for a boycott of MSNBC after the network tweeted, and then deleted, comments last night about "right wingers" hating biracial families.
As a result of continued drug violence in their communities, Mexican citizens have been arming themselves to fight back against ruthless cartels and breaking the law to do so. In Mexico, regular citizens are not allowed to own firearms.
It's been 283 days since news of the IRS unfairly targeting conservative groups first broke and not a single person has been indicted.
Apparently, the folks over at MSNBC didn't learn their lesson the first time around when they mocked biracial, unsegregated families (who happen to be conservative). Late last night, the official MSNBC Twitter feed sent out the following.
During his State of the Union address last night, President Obama said it was an "embarrassment" that in today's American society women get paid less than men, ignoring the fact that his White House pays women less than men.
Last night, six illegal immigrants attended the State of the Union address as guests of President Obama in an effort to bolster his calls for immigration reform.
After speaking for more than an hour, President Obama has finished his 2014 State of the Union Address. Not surprisingly, his words didn't come without irony or hypocrisy. Here are the top four: