“To me, it’s not a question of ‘if’ we fix our broken immigration laws,” Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan said Wednesday, “it’s really a question of ‘when.’”
Charles and David who?
The coffee giant’s CEO Howard Schultz announced Wednesday that he will be donating $30 million to help our war veterans.
A jury in North Carolina on Thursday found that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington retaliated against criminology professor Dr. Mike Adams for his political and social views, and violated his free speech rights when it denied him a promotion to full professor.
Run Ted, Run!
For now, state tuition assistance in New York will not be provided to students in the country illegally. The 30-29 vote in the Republican-controlled Senate failed to reach the 32 needed to pass.
Press Secretary Jay Carney’s behavior during daily briefings has changed, Mediaite’s columnist Joe Concha observed last year.
There's a big problem with this.
Earlier this year Open Doors, a persecution watchdog group, ranked North Korea as the most dangerous place in the world to be a Christian. Tragically, this is a good example of why the repressive country landed in the No. 1 spot.
Roberto and William Isaias are fugitives from Ecuador. Ecuador wants the U.S. to turn them over. The Obama administration said no. Now all we have to do is follow the money to understand why.
Richard Branson, the CEO of Virgin, recently said that climate change deniers should “get out of our way.”
In an effort to recruit and inspire Western jihadis to carry out attacks in their own countries, Al Qaeda is launching a new magazine in English called Resurgence.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig wants criminals to know that they shouldn’t just be afraid of police anymore—they also need to worry about homeowners who are ready to use a firearm to protect themselves.
Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., discussed the power of education in transforming lives, including his own, at CPAC on Thursday.
Democratic leaders are now saying that Issa violated House rules.
hope and change.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been praised for her record on human rights, but some say she didn’t do enough.
Mike Rowe is pushing back against today’s anti-work mindset, one ‘dirty job’ at a time.
National Security Adviser Susan Rice was in the headlines again this week, this time for saying in an interview with NBC’s David Gregory that she has no regrets about her remarks on Benghazi. It was a softball interview, to be sure—and Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., wasn’t happy about it, to say the least.