This year, the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl, again, further securing their place in NFL history. As is traditional, the team will be visiting the White House to be congratulated by President Donald Trump.
A former senior leader for the terrorist group Hamas has died after accidentally blowing himself up. Muhammad Hemada Walid al-Quqa, 37, died Sunday while “preparing equipment” on explosive devices presumably intended to kill others. Other reports indicated he was 41, the Times of Israel reported.
Incoming White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said Sunday that President-elect Donald Trump accepts that Russia played a role in hacking the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta. Trump “is not denying that entities in Russia were behind this particular hacking campaign,” Priebus said on “Fox News Sunday.”
There was a time when CNN was the top-rated news station on cable television, but they long ago lost the top spot to the Fox News Channel and have recently even been fighting with lowly MSNBC for the second- and third-best rank in the ratings.
News executives and media stars reacted quickly to president-elect Donald Trump’s meeting with them at Trump Tower, after he reportedly scolded the media for being unfair and untruthful about their coverage of his campaign for president. Several journalists spoke anonymously to the New Yorker’s David Remnick about the meeting. “I have to tell you, I am emotionally f***ing pissed,” one […]
Given the chance to speak out on the world stage against the anti-democratic, alt-radical left protests against President-elect Donald Trump, President Obama on Thursday incredibly chose instead to encourage the out-of-control behavior.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel promised Monday to defy President-elect Donald Trump’s deportation orders and vowed that the city will always be a so-called sanctuary city.
Donald Trump’s campaign manager took to Twitter Thursday to call on President Obama or Hillary Clinton to speak out against calls for political violence, as unruly post-election protests broke out for the second night in a row in cities across the country.
What do you give to a cash-flush abortion business and political ally that has everything? More taxpayer dollars, of course.
Al Sharpton said he was just kidding when he said he was leaving the country if Donald Trump became president. Just days after the Republican nominee was declared the winner, the civil rights activist said comments he made previously like that “he was reserving his ticket to get out of here if he wins” was “all in jest.”