One of the biggest fears of some gun owners might be coming true, in the state of Hawaii.
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House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) took to the House floor Wednesday to highlight just how little accountability there has been since the VA scandal broke one year ago.
Some on the anti-war left are lashing out over the praise being given to Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper," which received Oscar nominations today for Best Picture and Best Actor. The movie, however, has been very well received overall.
A college president was forced to apologize after students called her out for writing in a mass email that "all lives matter." Students at Smith College in Massachusetts took offense to Kathleen McCartney not using the phrase "black lives matter."
An internal training guide at the Department of Veterans Affairs compares vets to Oscar the Grouch, a Sesame Street character who lives in a garbage can. The slide show is titled, “"What to Say to Oscar the Grouch - Dealing with Veterans During Town Hall Claims Clinics.”
A botched execution in Arizona has reignited the debate over the death penalty and whether or not it’s humane and how best to administer it.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) announced Wednesday that he plans on filing suit against the Obama administration over its alleged abuse of executive actions. Gretchen Carlson debated the merits of this legal action with talk radio hosts Leslie Marshall and Lars Larson.
A Pennsylvania district attorney’s office will withdraw a conviction against a teen who recorded his alleged bullies.
Speaking to Britain's Channel 4, NSA leaker Edward Snowden delivered a Christmas message, saying in an on-camera interview that he believes his mission has been accomplished.
Ashton Kutcher may have made the day for gaggles and gaggles of teen girls the world over in his appearance at this week's Teen Choice Awards, but it's the actual content of his inspirational speech that's making headlines.