Trump to bypass U.N. and send aid directly to persecuted Christians in Middle East
Vice President Mike Pence announced Wednesday night that President Trump has ordered the State Department to shut off funding for "ineffective" United Nations programs to help persecuted Christians in the Middle East, saying the administration will take over those efforts directly.
Hundreds of CBP employees were arrested for crimes, including domestic abuse, in past two years
While Donald Trump keeps falsely portraying immigrants as criminals and dangerous, more than 500 Customs and Border Protection (CBP) employees were arrested for incidents ranging from bribery to domestic abuse in 2016 and 2017, CBP’s own investigation...
British prime minister raises nation’s threat level, saying another attack ‘may be imminent’
Theresa May said military personnel would be deployed to guard concerts and other public events following the attack in Manchester that killed 22.
NFL players’ union teamed up with Soros to fund leftist advocacy groups
Even before its feud over the national anthem with President Trump, the NFL Players Association wasn't on the same political team as many of its fans, judging from its contributions to leftist advocacy groups.
Homeland Security secretary suggests amnesty for Dreamers, implores Congress to solve problem
The Trump administration last week floated an amnesty idea for potentially 1 million illegal immigrants, looking to find permanent solutions for some of the most sympathetic cases in the long-running immigration debate.
Clinton campaign accused of violating election law by funding anti-Trump dossier
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign was accused of breaking election rules Wednesday as she and fellow Democrats faced fallout from the disclosure that her campaign and party operatives paid for research used in a salacious anti-Trump dossier.
Time’s up! Justice Department issues final warning to 5 ‘sanctuary’ jurisdictions
The Justice Department issued a final warning this week to five jurisdictions it accuses of having "sanctuary" policies protecting illegal immigrants, giving them until Oct. 27 to prove they are complying with federal law or else risk losing millions of dollars in federal grants.
Trump says Iran not honoring ‘spirit’ of nuclear deal as deadline looms
President Trump has accused Iran of not living up to the "spirit" of its nuclear deal, amid reports that he plans to withdraw certification of the agreement reached in 2015 under President Barack Obama.
Trump rolls back Obama-era contraception mandate
The Trump administration said Friday it will let a vast universe of employers duck Obamacare's contraceptive mandate by claiming a religious or moral objection -- a long-awaited move that thrilled pro-life conservatives and appalled Democrats and civil liberties groups, who said they will sue.
Social Security recipients to see 2 percent cost-of-living increase
Social Security beneficiaries will receive a 2 percent cost-of-living payment increase next year, the agency announced Friday.
Backlog of citizenship applications raises questions about handling of mass amnesty
First it was the Obama administration, and now Trump administration officials are struggling with a massive influx of people applying for citizenship, overwhelming the agency that approves the applications and sending wait times soaring.
Gen. John Kelly says he’s not quitting ‘most important job I’ve ever had’
Amid reports that President Trump is increasingly frustrated and angry in his job performance, the White House called in the Marines on Thursday in the form of chief of staff John F. Kelly, who chided the media for exaggerating dissension in the West Wing and said he's not quitting his new post.
Trump declares Obamacare payments illegal; deals second blow to health law
The White House announced late Thursday that the administration has concluded it can no longer legally make critical Obamacare "cost-sharing" payments, dealing another blow to the struggling 2010 health law.