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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders dismissed Tuesday a report from Vanity Fair that Ivanka Trump is searching on behalf of the president for someone to succeed Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Fox News contributor Guy Benson is going viral for a video in which he talks about being a gay Christian conservative.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has been working through the government shutdown to keep the National Mall and other tourist sites open to the public.
An Illinois Democrat appeared to soften his tone on the White House's border wall plan, so long that the DACA program is maintained, "Fox & Friends" reported
The Rev. Franklin Graham said Sunday that President Donald Trump defends Christianity more than any recent American leader.
A young Massachusetts girl spotted an American flag tangled in a tree after a big storm, and she insisted on climbing up the tree to rescue Old Glory.
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel is once again using his huge platform to blast Republicans, this time accusing them of "using kids' lives as bargaining chips."
The aunt of a police officer killed in 2014 by an illegal immigrant in California expressed her anger and disgust Thursday after the suspect's profane outburst in court this week.
A veteran who made headlines by offering to take Rep. Maxine Waters' seat at President Trump's first State of the Union address will indeed be in attendance.
Dozens of companies across America are offering bonuses, pay raises and other benefits to employees following the passing of the Republican tax overhaul.
A veteran has offered to take Rep. Maxine Waters' (D-Calif.) seat at President Trump's first State of the Union address later this month.