Sen. Rand Paul keeps referring to “big news coming” about Hillary Clinton’s foreign donations, and now it appears the big secret will be revealed in May.
Last week, in a speech to the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List, the Kentucky Republican and presidential candidate said, “There's going to be … Read More
A Minnesota 10-year-old got something Saturday most kids take for granted but she thought she would never receive -- people to come to her birthday party.
Mackenzie Moretter of Shakopee, Minn., suffers from Sotos syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that’s given her an enlarged skull and slows her … Read More
About 1,000 students thought they were attending an anti-bullying conference for gay and sexually questioning teens but were shocked by what some called “pornographic” content.
The April 3 conference was sponsored by a nonprofit group, Iowa Safe Schools, focused on helping create “safe and … Read More
An Israeli TV correspondent for Israel’s Channel 10 news was harassed by “a group of four or five men” in Paris last month simply because she was a Jew.
It didn’t happen in one of the City of Lights’ Muslim enclaves, often described as “no-go zones” for non-Muslims. It happened outside Paris’ … Read More
Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday aimed a combined blast at President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by simply stating the ugly, unavoidable truth about the Obama-Clinton legacy on the world.
“Today, our allies trust us less,” the Florida Republican said on “Face the Nation.” “Our … Read More
An Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran won't let his war injuries stand in the way of achieving his dream of climbing the world’s tallest mountain.
Charlie Linville, who had his right leg and some fingers blown off in an improvised explosive device attack in 2011, is currently in Nepal preparing to … Read More
Islamic State militants released a 29-minute video Sunday purporting to show Libyan affiliates of the terrorist organization shooting and beheading two groups of Ethiopian Christians.
One of the mass executions was carried out by an Islamic State affiliate in eastern Libya known as Barka … Read More
One of the most outlandish statements Hillary Clinton made in the months preceding her announcement that she was running for president was to say she was “dead broke” when she left the White House.
While most liberals won't touch the subject, there are still some who try to find a way to defend … Read More
November 2016 is more than 18 months away, but Hillary-mania is in full swing, with Newsweek touting that "at least 15,000 news articles" have been written about the likely Democratic presidential nominee's visit last week to a Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant.
Media outlets covered everything … Read More
Michelle Obama decided to start celebrating Mother’s Day early with a trip Saturday to a swanky New York City eatery.
Secret Service flanked the first lady and her mother, Marian Robinson, as they hit celebrity chef Mario Batali’s Lupa restaurant and enjoyed a five-course meal. The food looked … Read More
He's a rookie cop, but an Iraq war veteran -- and grace under fire showed through when the Ohio police officer refused to fire his weapon at a charging double murder suspect.
Fortunately, he's still alive to talk about it.
Officer Jesse Kidder would have been well within his rights to use … Read More
An 11-year-old Kansas student a little too well informed on the benefits of marijuana aroused the suspicions of authorities, who then raided his home.
Now, the state is even threatening his mother with a loss of custody.
Shona Banda, identified as a "cannabis oil activist" by investigative … Read More
Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker gave Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton some good advice Sunday: She needs to loosen up and discard her “inner Ayatollah.”
NBC’s “Meet the Press” panel inevitably turned its attention to the Clinton campaign rollout -- or maybe “crawl … Read More
Dana Perino currently serves as co-host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) The Five (airing weekdays 5-6PM/ET). She joined the network in 2009 as a contributor. Former White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, she is the president of Dana Perino and Company, a frequent public speaker on … Read More
When Carly Fiorina was recruited to Hewlett Packard, she became the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 business and grew HP to the 11th most profitable company in the US. In her six years as Chairman and CEO of HP, she would double its revenues to $90 billion; more than quadruple its growth to 9%; … Read More