The notoriously liberal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals could be remade if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) breaks with longstanding Senate tradition, Laura Ingraham said Thursday.
Acting ICE Director Tom Homan responded Thursday to a flurry of criticism from California Democrats over the Trump administration's lawsuit that seeks to block the state's sanctuary policies.
President Trump said Wednesday that he projects success in Congress' endeavor to tackle gun rights and gun control legislation.
Acting ICE Director Thomas Homan responded Wednesday to criticism from California's Democratic senators.
Tucker Carlson ripped two California Democrats for claiming that, in so many words, wanting to read the government memo that reportedly details abuses by Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act courts under the Obama administration makes the petitioner akin to a Russian ally.
FBI Director James Comey defended his decision to send a letter to Congress shortly before the presidential election about potential new evidence in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) held a conference with several activists outside a Los Angeles home where she was attending a fundraiser yesterday.
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said on "Fox News Sunday" that President Trump has divided the country by issuing several executive orders.
On last night’s “Justice,” Judge Jeanine Pirro slammed Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) over the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report that was critical of the CIA's enhanced interrogation methods on terrorist detainees post-9/11.
CIA Director John Brennan spoke for the first time this afternoon following the Senate's controversial report on enhanced interrogation methods used against terror suspects after 9/11. Brennan pushed back strongly against the report's conclusion that the interrogations did not produce intelligence that stopped imminent attacks.
A former CIA analyst slammed the Senate Intelligence Committee's decision to release a "pre-cooked" report on harsh interrogation techniques used by the CIA during the Bush administration. The Democrat-led Senate panel released the report despite objections by Obama administration officials and lawmakers, who warned that the information could "endanger the lives of Americans" around the world.
Republicans aren’t the only ones who have noticed that President Barack Obama has been doing a lot of fundraising amid a series of major problems, including the Malaysia Airlines tragedy and the crisis in Gaza.