The U.S. says Russia's counterterrorism campaign in Syria is actually helping the Islamic State.
The Court took issue with Florida's practice of allowing judges, not juries, to render verdicts for death-penalty-eligible defendants.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has challenged the US government to adopt a policy of "no backdoors" in its approach to the encryption technology used by his company and other technology firms.
The Republican presidential candidate and son of Cuban immigrants said too many new arrivals from Cuba abuse their special access to U.S. welfare, taking the help and going back to the Communist island.
Hillary Clinton, leveraging her foreign policy experience to portray Bernie Sanders as a one-note neophyte, riveted an audience in Ames, Iowa, Tuesday with a cinematic account of the Osama bin Laden raid, placing herself at the center of the action.
The U.S. Supreme Court could rule against mandatory fees in public unions in June. They heard oral arguments in the case Jan. 11.
"Greater," a new film from Hammond Entertainment, follows the life of college football player Brandon Burlsworth, whose Christian faith made an impression on his teammates. Tragically, he died in a car accident just days after being drafted into the NFL. Watch the trailer and stay tuned for exclusive Townhall interviews with the cast. The film comes out Jan. 29.
When it comes to the U.S.-Mexico border, Hillary Clinton isn't exactly Donald Trump, but she has in the past expressed an interest in building something along the border.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg secretly commissioned a poll last month to see how he might fare as a third-party 2016 candidate.
Hillary Clinton is escalating her attacks on Democratic primary rival Bernie Sanders, criticizing his opposition to a 2005 gun control bill and saying his health care plan will raise costs for American taxpayers and families.
According to a report from a U.S. federal watchdog agency obtained by Reuters, efforts to combat illegal gunrunning from the United States to Mexico has stumbled in recent years.
The leaders of 25 newsrooms and media advocacy groups are urging the U.S. government to secure Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian's release from an Iranian prison.
On Tuesday night President Barack Obama will give his final State of the Union and the White House is saying it will be non-traditional.
The legal and constitutional issues around qualification for the presidency on grounds of US citizenship are "murky and unsettled", according to the scholar cited by Donald Trump in his recent attacks on Ted Cruz.
The lawsuit goes on top of a nightmarish few months for the Mexican grill chain that has suffered outbreaks of foodborne illnesses.
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