President Donald Trump tweeted a check made in the amount of $100,000 and garnered much praise from his supporters over it, and a lot of angry bitterness from liberals too.
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio is thought to be considering a presidential run in 2020 but if the number of attendees at his recent event are representative of his support, it's not going to have much support.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) attacked gun manufacturers during a campaign event Monday, saying that opposition to universal background checks is rooted in a desire to sell weapons to dangerous people.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) is suing Twitter and a collection of users, alleging that the social media company has "shadow-banned" conservatives and that users have defamed him on the platform, according to Fox News.
A new CNN poll may show a link between how Americans perceive the economy, and a small boost in the favorability ratings for President Donald Trump.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke answered evasively when asked about his stance on third-trimester abortion during a campaign event in Cleveland on Monday.
An Atlanta homeowner on Friday morning entered his renovated residence that's on the real estate market to check on things and found a wrinkle that would put any open house on the skids: An intruder.
The New Mexico state Senate has approved a measure that would replace the national holiday, Columbus Day, with Indigenous Peoples' Day.
"The Ferguson File" host Ben Ferguson said Friday that the transcripts from former FBI attorney Lisa Page's testimony, which were released last week, confirmed what we've all suspected over the past several years: The Department of Justice under the Obama administration was complicit in a massive cover-up for then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's email scandal.
A Virginia elementary school has found itself under fire for the second time in as many months after the school hosted a transgender activist but reportedly did not get parents' permission. What are the details? In February, transgender advocate Sarah McBride visited Ashlawn Elementary School in Arlington to read kindergarten-aged children a book about transgenderism and transition.
Women of "The View" took presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke to task on Monday, branding him a "white bro" whose campaign reeks of entitlement.
A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked Kentucky's ban on aborting fetuses who have detectible heartbeats, just hours after Gov. Matt Bevin (R) signed it into law.