Twice designated a terrorist by the United States government, considered responsible for up to 20 percent of American casualties in the Iraq war, Major General Qasem Suleimani, the legendary Iranian spymaster and leader of the Quds Force is now stirring alarm in Washington for doing something the Obama administration would ordinarily cheer: taking the fight to ISIS in Iraq
Hillary Clinton said late Wednesday that she had asked the State Department to make thousands of her emails available to the public, her first public response to a furor that followed the revelation that she used a private email account for her correspondence while secretary of state
President Obama expects to use his veto pen more now that Republicans control Congress. Voters don’t like the sound of that. By 54-30 percent, they say it would be a “bad thing” for the country, according to the latest Fox News poll
The Supreme Court appeared divided Wednesday along ideological lines after hearing a challenge of ObamaCare tax subsidies that, if struck down, could affect up to 8 million policy holders
Victims of the Boston Marathon bombing described scenes of abject horror in a Boston courtroom Wednesday, including a young boy bleeding to death, bones thrown onto the sidewalk and bodies hurled through the air on the first day of testimony in the trail of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
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Another day, another news story questioning the character and judgment of Hillary Clinton. This time it's a question of conducting official government business on a private email account.Read More →
One of the defining military challenges of our time is the spread of radical Islamist terrorism, and President Obama has focused more on criticizing America and lecturing the American people than on devising a plan to hunt down and kill these extremists.Read More →
The parents of an American journalist murdered by ISIS last year told Fox News on Friday that they never felt their son was a priority to the Obama administration because they were left mostly in the dark about the U.S. hostages.Read More →