The National Enquirer’s Ted Cruz sex scandal story has churned out high school drama and name calling that’s not getting more civilized.
A top-20 recruit for Mississippi State is in apology mode after video surfaced of him and a woman delivering a brutal beating to another female.
For a woman that’s being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Hillary Clinton sure does have a lot of demands.
During a CNN debate Monday over Donald Trump and his support amongst women, things got heated when an anti-Trump commentator went off about the GOP front-runner’s marital history and prior remarks he had made about women.
New Jersey Democratic Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt is proposing legislation to ban the use of non-hands-free devices while walking in the garden state. Yes, walking.
Author, blogger and young Christian leader Chelsen Vicari has a poise, depth and capacity that betrays her mere age of 28. But just a few years ago, she admits she was a public school-indoctrinated feminist who even believed marriage was a form of slavery.
Two Republican senators are outraged and demanding answers to why hundreds of thousands of veterans are now essentially barred from owning firearms.
Free movement across borders within the European Union aided the perpetrators of the Brussels and Paris terror attacks, and some experts warn terrorists could take advantage of unchecked travel across borders to carry out attacks in the United States.
The upcoming U.S. presidential election is picking up more and more attention around the world as the candidates get fewer and November gets closer.
In a report that could be filed under “fundamentally transforming America,” Fox News contributor Pete Hegseth spent some time in Hamtramck, Michigan, the first Muslim-majority city in the United States.
Optics, schmoptics… this president has thrown caution to the wind when it comes to public perception of his actions. Either that, or President Barack Obama is every bit the poor leader his critics charge.
In the wake of growing controversy surrounding Georgia’s recently approved Free Exercise Protection Act, Gov. Nathan Deal decided to veto the legislation during a press conference at the state capitol Monday.