Gen. Jack Keane (Ret.) said Monday that Iran is "on the move" in the Middle East and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not going to allow a build-up of forces along its borders.
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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said the mainstream media is hiding the text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, arguing the messages keep getting worse.
There are new revelations in the investigation into the controversial Uranium One deal, with an FBI informant telling lawmakers Wednesday that Russia paid millions to a U.S. lobbying firm in hopes of influencing the Hillary Clinton-run State Department.
Sen. Lindsey Graham penned a letter with Sen. Chuck Grassley calling out the Christopher Steele dossier as "political garbage" which was nearly completely unverified.
President Trump told the inspiring story of Sophia Marie Campa-Peters, who suffers from a rare disease that causes her to have strokes.
Retired Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters reacted Wednesday to President Trump's plan to hold a military parade in the streets of Washington.
Attorney Alan Dershowitz said Wednesday that President Trump's lawyers must avoid him going before a grand jury to be questioned by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) called out Congress for a lack of progress in passing a long-term budget deal, which has left the U.S. military operating under stopgap spending.
Howard Kurtz said many journalists have a "cultural disdain" for President Donald Trump.
President Trump took heat from his critics Monday after he called Democrats "treasonous" and "un-American" for sitting mostly silent during last week's State of the Union speech.
House Democrat Eric Swalwell said his party's counter-memo will "bolster" the FBI's credibility in the Russia investigation, accusing Republicans of releasing evidence in an ongoing investigation.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Monday he believes Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee "overpromised and underdelivered" with the release of a controversial memo alleging abuses of surveillance powers against the Trump campaign.