Hours after eight people were shot in broad daylight outside a Philadelphia train station, the city's top law enforcement official downplayed a historic violent crime surge during a $1,000-a-head reelection fundraiser with Hollywood and Democratic VIPs, according to audio obtained by the Washington Free Beacon. District attorney Larry Krasner did not mention the tragic event
If you've already read Adam Entous's lengthy piece on Hunter Biden in the New Yorker, the presidential scion's memoir, Beautiful Things, might seem like a waste of time and $17.57. The subject matter is pretty much the same—word for word at times—and there aren't even any pictures in the middle.
Left-wing Jewish groups are defending embattled Justice Department nominee Kristen Clarke against charges of anti-Semitism related to an event she sponsored for an anti-Jewish conspiracy theorist.
Amazon workers at a warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, voted decisively against unionizing, a defeat for high-profile Democrats such as Sens. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (Mass.), who publicly backed the effort.
White House border coordinator Roberta Jacobson is leaving her job at the end of April, the White House said on Friday, a move that comes weeks after Vice President Kamala Harris took over U.S. diplomatic efforts with Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador.
A judge permanently banned the release of undercover videos that show Planned Parenthood employees discussed the alleged sale of fetal body parts.
President Joe Biden's nominee to run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives mocked gun owners and spread a false Waco siege conspiracy theory in controversial comments.
Civil rights groups are condemning teachers' union president Randi Weingarten for accusing Jewish Americans of depriving others of opportunity in their bid to reopen schools.
The University of Pennsylvania's student government abandoned a resolution endorsing an internationally recognized definition of anti-Semitism, bowing to pressure from pro-Palestinian campus activists who worried the measure would make it harder to criticize Israel.
Small-business owners in Georgia are criticizing Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred for his decision to move the league’s All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver, saying the decision will cost them nearly $100 million.