Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin used to hate the Paris climate deal. Then Trump agreed with her. Now she loves it. What changed?
This isn’t the first time James Comey placed himself at the center of a partisan attempt to oust a top Republican. He did the same thing in 2007.
In the waning days of his administration, President Barack Obama ordered the U.S. intelligence community to share information with communist Cuba.
From poor financial decisions that are no longer paying off, to declining viewership, to an increased focus on left-wing politics, ESPN made its own mess.
A review of United’s “Contract of Carriage” suggests that the airline carrier violated its own rules when it forcibly removed a passenger to make room for United employees.
United Airlines caused a media firestorm by having police drag a man off a flight because United overbooked. Here’s the real reason airlines constantly overbook their flights.
At least seven companies that pulled ads from Bill O’Reilly’s show following reports of sexual harassment suits against him nonetheless gave up to $6.6 million to Bill Clinton’s personal tax-free foundation.
Chemical weapons attacks by the Assad regime in Syria have amplified calls for military intervention there. We need some key questions answered first.
The Washington Post lied about a lawmaker’s biblical reference, refused to quote what he actually said, then mocked Breitbart for shoddy journalism.
Contrary to media reports about his leaked 2005 tax returns, President Donald Trump’s effective tax rate in 2005 was 79 percent, not 25 percent.
Senate Republicans can confirm President Trump’s Supreme Court nominees without using the filibuster-killing nuclear option. Here’s how.
A new article in The Atlantic claims that the heartbeats of unborn babies are “imaginary,” that those babies aren’t really alive, and that ultrasounds are just one more tool of the patriarchy.
After spending weeks bemoaning the rise of “fake news,” journalists have chosen to double down with fake news of their own.
President Donald Trump’s inauguration speech was not meant to bridge political divides. Instead, it was a declaration of war against the ruling class.
In a lengthy article about efforts to ease federal rules for firearms suppressors, the Washington Post wildly misrepresented a YouTube video showing the effects of a suppressor on a .22 LR rifle.
Instead of just admitting and correcting a simple reporting error about guns, Washington Post reporter Mike Rosenwald doubled down on his ignorance.
A lot of people don’t have the slightest clue how so-called gun silencers work. Here are the actual facts.
Washington Post journalist David Fahrenthold learned a very difficult lesson about what happens when you ignore the four gun safety rules.
Watch a bunch of D.C. and New York City journalists completely melt down after being asked if they know a single person who drives a truck.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was doomed not by Russia, or the FBI, or fake news, but by a never-ending cascade of terrible decisions by its top campaign staff in Brooklyn.
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