Donald Trump just forced Hillary Clinton to finally admit that her deleted e-mails are a “national security issue.”
The Trump campaign could’ve used Ted Cruz’s “vote your conscience” to its advantage and limited the speech’s damage. Instead, Team Trump made it worse.
Contrary to President Barack Obama’s assertion at a Dallas memorial service, it is not easier for a teenager to buy a Glock than it is to buy a book.
In remarks before the European Union parliament in Brussels, Brexit architect Nigel Farage eviscerated the body’s bureaucrats, saying none of them had “ever done a proper job in their lives.”
The Orlando terrorist declared that he “did it for the Islamic State,” but the New York Times can’t figure out the “precise motivation” for his rampage.
In 2014, you were nearly three times more likely to be murdered by fists or feet than by a rifle, and six times more likely to be killed with a knife.
Under fire for her anti-gun documentary, Katie Couric’s director confirmed in a statement that her team skirted federal gun laws regarding interstate sales.
Stephanie Soechtig, the producer of Katie Couric’s anti-gun documentary, admitted on camera that her team repeatedly violated federal gun laws.
First it was Katie Couric. Then it was Bryant Gumbel. Now an op-ed writer for the New York Times has decided to distort statements to smear gun owners.
Facebook routinely blacklisted conservative outlets and now it’s hoping a single meeting with Mark Zuckerberg will con conservatives into thinking he cares.
The Facebook executive in charge of overseeing the company’s Trending Topics product is a big Hillary Clinton donor with a long history of activism.
During an interview on Fox News on Tuesday, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump accused Ted Cruz’s father of being part of the plot to assassinate JFK in 1963.
In an interview at Stanford, John Boehner compared Ted Cruz to Lucifer, called him a “son of a bitch,” and said he wouldn’t vote for Cruz against Hillary.
Jimmy Buffett threatened to boycott North Carolina over the state’s bathroom laws, but restaurants licensing his name have the same policies.
Donald Trump’s shenanigans are masking the fact that Hillary Clinton is barely beating a kooky socialist from Vermont.
The Obama White House censored French president Francois Hollande when he noted Thursday that “Islamist terrorism” is the root of global terrorism.
Donald Trump can still be beaten if he wins Florida. But there’s no way to beat him if Republicans sacrifice 259 delegates for a tiny chance at winning Florida.
An analysis of the Super Tuesday results and state delegate tallies shows that Trump is far more vulnerable than he appears. Here’s how he can be beaten.
The 2016 GOP primary is heating up, and Trump is starting to run with the nomination. It’s not over yet, though. Here’s how to beat Trump in four easy steps.
Senate Democrats are not out of options when it comes to forcing votes on Obama’s eventual nominee to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court.
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