The former director of strategy for previous British Prime Minister David Cameron recalled that President Obama was "furious" with the British for not paying their dues to NATO.
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An Ohio coroner reported his facilities could no longer handle the mounting toll of bodies piling up from opioid overdoses.
The father of the Manchester bombing suspect says that his son is innocent.
Former defense secretary and CIA director Robert Gates gave his analysis of what Monday night's horrific terror attack in Manchester signals for the future of terrorism in the West.
On "Happening Now" today, Ric Grenell said radical Islamic terror keeps happening because of "religious fanaticism" and the idea that martyrdom will be rewarded.
Palestinian parliament member Mustafa Barghouti staunchly defended Palestinian jihadists who attack Israel in an interview with host Leland Vittert Monday.
On "Happening Now" today, Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) said the media is "hyperventilating" over a memo by former FBI Director James Comey that revealed President Trump asked Comey to shut down the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
Jonathan Turley, opinion contributor for The Hill, explained his conviction that evidence of corruption remains to be seen in President Trump's alleged recommendation to former FBI Director James Comey that he drop the investigation of Michael Flynn.
In the wake of recent reports about President Donald Trump sharing classified intelligence with Russian diplomats and asking then-FBI Director James Comey to shut down the federal investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Florida Gov. Rick Scott says it's important for the Republican Party to stay focused on implementing their agenda.
President Donald Trump met today with Russia's foreign minister and U.S. ambassador less than a day after his firing of FBI Director James Comey.
The House's ObamaCare replacement legislation faces an uncertain future in the Senate, where some Republican members are hesitant to voice support for it.