A New York City woman is going viral for her response to an NBC reporter who questioned her t-shirt that read "Stand for the flag, kneel for the cross."
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A professor at a public university in Georgia offered extra credit to students if they attended a rally for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
A war veteran and former top Democrat in Pennsylvania defended the Facebook posts that ultimately led to his resignation Tuesday on "Fox & Friends First."
A high school band in Mississippi was barred from a yearly state competition after it recently depicted holding police officers at gunpoint during a halftime performance.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announced this week that mandatory placards detailing immigrants’ rights will be displayed in police squad cars, and now some officers are pushing back.
Kristin Tate said Thursday that former Attorney General Eric Holder's apparent call for incivility against Republicans is "the new norm on the left."
Gianno Caldwell said he's "completely disturbed" by the backlash to Kanye West's outspoken support of Trump.
Graham Allen asked Wednesday why no questions were raised leading up to the halftime performance in Mississippi during which students depicted holding a police officer at gunpoint.
Democratic socialist congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is pushing for the Electoral College to be abolished.
Fox News' Griff Jenkins spoke to protesters who rallied in Washington, D.C. on Thursday to oppose the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Green Mountain College in Vermont is offering a two-week “pop up course” titled “Brett Kavanaugh: ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ in the #MeToo Era.”
Footage of a man who bears a striking resemblance to President Donald Trump is making the rounds on social media.