Secretary of Defense James Mattis met President Trump's new national security adviser, John Bolton, at the Pentagon Thursday afternoon, and he broke the ice with a joke.
Former President Barack Obama said Sunday that in order for society to progress effectively, it'd be beneficial to have at least a million people like him.
A Massachusetts state legislator is objecting to an entrance to the State House in Boston that commemorates a Union Army general named Hooker.
A teary-eyed college cafeteria worker thanked President Donald Trump at a round-table discussion in Missouri Wednesday, saying she put her unexpected bonus in her savings.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is reportedly investigating a video showing a Democratic Virginia congressional candidate sawing an AR-15 in half to exhibit her support for gun control.
In a powerful op-ed in the New York Times, columnist Bethany Mandel explained why she felt she needed to exercise her Second Amendment rights.
An Iowa father and daughter's political dichotomy is going viral, Shepard Smith reported.
In the latest installment in his investigation into how Silicon Valley is clandestinely interacting with Americans, Tucker Carlson sent a reporter around the District of Columbia to see how Google was tracking him.
Did college students give President Trump's State of the Union address a fair chance?
Over the weekend, Tomi Lahren visited West Hollywood, Calif. to ask the folks what they thought of President Donald Trump's first year in office.
A veteran has offered to take Rep. Maxine Waters' (D-Calif.) seat at President Trump's first State of the Union address later this month.
There wasn't a dry eye in the house a few days ago when a military dad returned from deployment to surprise his seven-year-old daughter.