Today is International Women's Day, but when it comes to the female professionals in the Trump administration, there is a clear double standard, Kristin Tate argued Thursday.
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Two patriotic teenagers are receiving praise after replacing a family's tattered American flag in Moses Lake, Washington.
In the wake of Friday's indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian companies for alleged election interference, President Trump is asking why the Obama administration did not do more to prevent Moscow's meddling.
When a fire broke out Monday at a commercial building in Anaheim, California, firefighters arrived on the scene to extinguish the flames and make a patriotic rescue.
A group of faculty members is pushing a Pennsylvania college to rescind an honorary degree awarded to President Donald Trump nearly 30 years ago, according to several reports.
A mother whose son was killed by an illegal alien is speaking out against illegal immigration and so-called sanctuary policies, taking her fight all the way to Congress.
Army veteran Leroy Petry is one of 15 Medal of Honor recipients who will be honored Sunday at Super Bowl LII.
A controversial memo alleging abuses of government surveillance programs is heading to President Donald Trump's desk after the House Intelligence Committee voted Monday along party lines to release the memo.
Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips visited New York University last week to ask students what they thought about President Trump's first official State of the Union address.
University of Connecticut restricted public access to a speech by conservative Ben Shapiro and offered counseling to students who might have been offended by his appearance on campus.
The leader of a veterans organization whose patriotic Super Bowl ad was rejected by the NFL spoke out Wednesday on "Fox & Friends First."
A Republican senator introduced a "talking stick" into government shutdown negotiations to try to keep the peace, but it nearly shattered one of her figurines, according to several reports.