A candidate for the New York State Assembly is proposing a "Game of Thrones"-esque shaming of politicians who are found guilty of corruption.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel could soon be "heading home as a private citizen" due to conservative pushback over the country's lax immigration and border security policies
White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley blasted Democrats on Monday for their lack of cooperation in fixing the issue of separating migrant families at the border.
Alan Dershowitz called on President Trump to stop the policy causing migrant children to be separated from their parents at border detention centers.
A real estate business in Massachusetts will be able to keep a patriotic display of American flags on its lawn after being issued a violation for it.
Constitutional law expert and "Life, Liberty and Levin" host Mark Levin gave his thoughts on the Department of Justice inspector general's report and the tenure of fired FBI Director James Comey on "Fox & Friends" on Friday.
Former New York federal prosecutor -- and newly-minted Fox News contributor -- Andy McCarthy said federal law was "completely distorted" to exonerate Hillary Clinton and "scorch the Earth" against President Trump.
Nearly five years after a Florida teen stood up in front of his church and asked someone to adopt him, Davion Only-Going has graduated high school and looks forward to his future.
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Some Connecticut students and parents are calling for a rule change after transgender teens dominated at the high school state track and field competition.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted Monday that his company was wrong to label Diamond and Silk “dangerous” and “unsafe to the community” in early April.