Former CIA Chief of Station Daniel Hoffman said Friday that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo faces an "extraordinary challenge" in getting North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to commit to a timeline for denuclearization.
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Health and Human Services Secretary Alexander Azar said the most recent instructions a federal court gave him regarding reunification of illegal immigrant and asylum-seeking children are "clear."
Fox News chief White House correspondent John Roberts reported Thursday morning on the frontrunners to be nominated by President Trump to be the nation's next Supreme Court justice.
A man in Massachusetts turned the front lawn of his home into a patriotic display in honor of Independence Day.
Brit Hume said that President Trump's Supreme Court nominee will result in an "ugly" battle that the nation has never seen before.
The father of murdered CIA contract officer Tyrone Woods reacted to the Benghazi attack "mastermind" getting sentenced to only 22 years in prison.
A NASCAR driver and U.S. Navy lieutenant saved the day for a California family whose minivan had burst into flames.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said Democrats are melting down and acting irrational over the fact that President Donald Trump will nominate a second Supreme Court justice.
Five people were killed at the offices of the Annapolis Capital-Gazette newspaper by a gunman who police said had a long-running vendetta against the paper.
The battle for the statehouse is on in Florida and America's Election Headquarters will be there Thursday night to bring you a key debate.
Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor Richard Fowler said Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's stunning upset in a New York Democratic congressional primary is a sign of things to come for the Democratic Party.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Wednesday the Supreme Court dealt a "catastrophic" blow to the nation's labor unions.