Texas Sen. Ted Cruz reacted to the school shooting that occurred Friday in the southeast corner of his state.
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The mayor of a California city opposing the state's heavily debated sanctuary law blasted the state's government for its stance on illegal immigration.
At a White House meeting, a California lawmaker thanked President Donald Trump for his efforts to stop illegal immigration.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders blasted a reporter over her question about the Trump administration's support for a "free press" or lack thereof.
Former President Barack Obama criticized President Donald Trump for effectively "turning our back on America's closest allies" by removing the United States from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, commonly called the Iran nuclear deal.
Shepard Smith highlighted a curious statement by President Trump's new attorney Rudy Giuliani, in which he raised the prospect of Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigating Ivanka Trump.
Bill Cosby was found guilty of sexual assault by a jury of his peers on Thursday.
An eyewitness described a "nightmare" scene Monday after a van drove into a crowd in Toronto, injuring multiple people.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and CNN reporter Jim Acosta debated whether President Trump has been, as he claimed, "tougher on Russia" than any previous president.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox fired back at President Donald Trump for challenging America's southern neighbor to intervene after news that a "caravan" of Honduran nationals is transiting through the country toward the U.S.
Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Michael O'Hanlon said Tuesday that the expulsion of 60 Russia diplomats from the United States solely won't help the country's larger issues with the Kremlin.
White House officials were left furious Wednesday by the leak regarding President Trump's congratulatory phone call to Vladimir Putin after his reelection.