Bill O'Reilly breaks down the new evidence in the Michael Brown murder case.
The FBI stops Colorado teens from going to Syria on ISIS involvement suspicion.
Out of 36 news cites only The Wall Street Journal came back as being voted "more trusted than distrusted" by both conservatives and liberals.
With two weeks to go until election day, left-leaning pollster Public Policy Polling released the results of two new surveys Tuesday, with two different results.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters on Tuesday (October 21) that the United States welcomed Jeffrey Fowle's release.
Cam Edwards talks to Jazz Shaw, who wrote this article for Hot Air: http://hotair.com/archives/2014/10/20/new-york-bans-gun-ownership-for-34500-citizens-without-due-process/
The terrorist group ISIS has nothing to do with the true religion of Islam, according to the repeated claims of the Obama administration. Townhall web editor Sarah Jean Seman joins Dr. John Esposito of Georgetown University to dig deeper into the truth of this assertion.
Want to bid for a contract to care for the illegal immigrant children coming across the border? Make sure your staff members get Hepatitis vaccines and regular TB tests and can speak foreign languages probably Spanish but maybe Mandarin, suggesting a surprising number of the children are coming from China.
A 2-year investigation by the Associated Press has found dozens of death camp guards and Nazi war criminals collected millions of dollars in Social Security payments despite having to leave the United States.
On the campaign trail for the first time this year, President Barack Obama accused Republicans of peddling fear and cynicism on Sunday as he rallied voters for Democrat Anthony Brown's campaign for governor in a heavily black corner of Maryland.
Pennsylvania state Rep. Marty Harris (D) opened fire on an armed group trying to rob him and a colleague last night. Nobody was harmed, the legislators were able to escape their attackers, and several suspects are now in custody.
The Islamic State is on the move, and U.S. air strikes aren't doing enough.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday rejected a request to stop Texas from requiring voters to show identification before they cast ballots. The higher court ruling means the law will be in effect for November elections.