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In light of Omarosa Manigault's exit from the White House this week, Rachel Campos-Duffy called out a special "animus" for minority Trump supporters from liberals and the mainstream media.
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said new sections of a U.S.-Mexico border wall will be built, but the administration is still waiting for Congress to approve funding.
A Navy SEAL who lost an eye in Afghanistan announced he is running for Congress in his home state of Texas.
Michelle Malkin said recent terror attacks in New York City highlight the need to fix our broken immigration system.
Singer Joy Villa, who famously wore a President Donald Trump-themed dress to the 2017 Grammy Awards, is launching an exploratory committee to look into a possible congressional run in Florida.
Ari Fleischer thinks the Trump administration is right to go after the mainstream media when they see inaccurate or dishonest reporting.
Kimberley Strassel recently wrote that the media is so focused on possible obstruction of justice charges against President Trump that they are missing the most obvious case of obstruction.
Members of the University of California, Berkeley College Republicans club were shocked after a poster of Kate Steinle they had set up on campus for a vigil was torn down and stuffed in the trashcan.
A Tennessee youngster's tearful plea against bullying is touching hearts all over the world, including UFC boss Dana White, Donald Trump Jr., actors and sports stars.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka said that today's terror attack at New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal should serve as a reminder to all Americans to stay alert at all times.
Police responded Monday morning to an explosion at Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan.