Freedom Watch: Judge Andrew Napolitano and former State Department spokesperson, Marie Harf, discuss the attitude among Congressional Democratic leaders toward working with President Trump versus Vice President Mike Pence.
A fire that erupted at the largest oil refinery on the West Coast threatened storage tanks while sending huge flames into the sky and black smoke across California neighborhoods before crews quickly smothered it
Uncertainty and confusion are mounting as millions of Americans prepare to select health insurance policies when the new open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act begins on Nov. 1
Greek riot police have used batons to stop an attempted theater invasion by monks, priests and other Orthodox Christian protesting against what they claim is a blasphemous play
Texas will provide a $47 million no-interest loan to Houston in order to replace eight bridges west of downtown that block the flow of stormwater during heavy downpours
The most important stories in tech include reviews of the new Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL. Meanwhile, Microsoft unveils the Surface Book 2 in 13-inch and 15-inch models.
From The New York Times: When President Trump announced that the United States would not recertify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal, Iran’s news media reacted.By: By NILO TABRIZY. Watch the original video on Times Video:
Trump has been under fire this week for his handling of the death of four American soldiers in Niger, criticism that escalated when he falsely claimed that President Barack Obama didn’t call the families of slain soldiers when he was in office.
In a discussion about President Trump and his handling of Gold Star families, the Morning Joe panel discusses the importance of presidents in times of crisis and why their actions matter.
As Hollywood deals with the fallout from allegations of sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein, Kim Strassel, Heather McGee and Kasie Hunt discuss the implications for campuses and the halls of Congress.
A Mississippi school will shed the name of the Confederate president and be named for the first African-American president of the United States
Zimbabwe has banned fruit and vegetable imports in a bid to preserve its dwindling reserves of foreign currency, but locals fear it may result in severe food shortages.