An American photojournalist who was captured by Al Qaeda in Syria recalled his escape and accused the FBI of failing to do everything it could to secure his release.
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Senate Armed Services Committee Member Lindsey Graham said President Trump is laying the groundwork for decimating Russia's remaining prowess on the world stage.
Stoneman Douglas shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv told Martha MacCallum that many of the activists at the March for Our Lives are wrongly accusing Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) of blame for the shooting and ignoring actual government failures.
Jonathan Turley said Thursday he is concerned that the legal strategy of President Trump's lawyers will get more aggressive.
Longtime neighbors of Austin, Texas, serial bomber Mark Anthony Conditt said they "absolutely" saw no signs that he would be capable of such destruction.
President Trump announced Thursday that former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton will replace Gen. H.R. McMaster as National Security Adviser effective April 9.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) explained Wednesday how authorities were able to track down the Austin bomber and link the explosions.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that law enforcement will find the suspect or suspects wanted in connection with four package bombs that have afflicted the Lone Star capital.
Jonathan Turley, a George Washington University Law School professor, said it's strange that top FBI official Andrew McCabe appears to be "worried more about pensions than prison."
Andrew Pollack, whose daughter died in the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting last month, slammed a Broward County deputy who waited outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High while the massacre was unfolding inside.
"Daily Wire" editor Ben Shapiro said he's been inundated with messages from concerned students who support the Second Amendment while also wanting to support the victims of the Florida school shooting.
A teenager was killed and at least two women were seriously injured after a pair of explosions rocked homes in Austin Monday - just two weeks after a third blast authorities said is linked to at least one of Monday's incidents.