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Some parents across the United States are deliberately keeping their child's sex hidden and are instead raising so-called "theybies."
Tucker Carlson reported Thursday night that former CIA Director John Brennan still has a top-secret government security clearance, according to two sources.
Utah Rep. Rob Bishop said that House lawmakers will be probing the effectiveness of an order signed by the governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands that allows the seizure of weapons from its citizens.
Tucker Carlson debated a California Democrat who called Donald Trump a "wrecking ball president" who is "betraying" his country in the wake of the Finland summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
President Donald Trump tore into former CIA Director John Brennan as a "very bad person" after the former top spymaster accused him of treason and invoked impeachment.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) reacted to criticisms of President Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
A Business Insider columnist resigned after the website deleted her piece making the case that heterosexual actors should be allowed to portray transgender characters in films.
A New York University Russian Studies professor emeritus said the critical reaction to President Donald Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin is "like mob violence."
Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert (R) reacted to the outrage over his comments about FBI Agent Peter Strzok's infidelity and also claimed that a non-Russian entity breached Hillary Clinton's email server.
A politically liberal law professor who taught Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh in college received harsh backlash for writing an opinion editorial in the New York Times that defended the jurist.
A North Carolina Republican congressman called for a new debate on the future of the war in Afghanistan, which continues on after nearly 17 years.