The National Rifle Association will furlough more staffers on Friday morning, according to an internal email obtained by the Washington Free Beacon. NRA chief executive Wayne LaPierre told staffers in a Thursday email that a new wave of furloughs will commence on Friday. Those workers will continue to receive health benefits during their absence, but will
Though President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden said they had agreed to keep the details of their Monday phone call private, Biden appears to have reneged on the agreement. The Democratic nominee has now divulged several details about the exchange in media interviews and a meeting with donors.
Republicans on the House Oversight Committee blasted the World Health Organization for its complicity in China's propaganda campaign, joining a growing chorus of lawmakers pushing to hold the group accountable, according to a letter obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
First he created the United States Space Force. Then he oversaw its first mission launch. Now President Donald J. Trump is taking further action to ensure American dominion of the galaxy and beyond.
The Trump administration on Thursday sought to "revoke and terminate" licenses that permit a Chinese company to provide telecommunication services to and from the United States.
The State Department accused Iran of "nuclear extortion" in the wake of new moves by Tehran to significantly increase its production of enriched uranium, a key nuclear component that the Islamic Republic is barred from producing.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's (R., Ky.) effort to provide additional aid for small businesses in the latest coronavirus relief bill is a "political stunt," two Senate Democrats said Thursday.
Senate Democrats voted Thursday to block a $250 billion infusion of cash into small businesses suffering amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A member of the House Armed Services Committee is calling on the Trump administration to file charges against China in the International Court of Justice over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rep. Liz Cheney (R., Wyo.) said Chinese control of the pharmaceutical supply chain was a national security threat and that the United States must use its military to confront China around the world.
The Washington Free Beacon compiled the most inane questions asked at the daily White House coronavirus press briefings. At least the press corps has not asked "Who are you wearing?"—yet.