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House GOP advances Obamacare repeal efforts this week
House Republicans are advancing Obamacare repeal efforts this week with multiple member meetings to discuss key elements of a replacement plan, even as conservatives increasingly demand a quick vote on repealing the law. [ No Comments ]

Report: 72 convicted of terrorism from 'Trump 7' mostly Muslim countries
Since 9/11, 72 individuals from the seven mostly Muslim countries covered by President Trump's "extreme vetting" executive order have been convicted of terrorism, bolstering the administration's immigration ban. [ 2 Comments ]

Appeals court keeps block on Trump's immigration ban
A federal appeals court decided to keep in place the temporary restraining order halting President Trump's immigration ban as other proceedings move through the lower courts. [ No Comments ]

White House lists 24 terror suspects who previously came to US from countries banned by Trump
The White House on Wednesday afternoon released a list of 24 terror suspects who previously entered the U.S. from the seven countries named in President Trump's Jan. 27 executive order. [ No Comments ]

Trump picks Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court
President Trump nominated federal appeals court Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill the Supreme Court vacancy during a prime-time announcement Tuesday. [ No Comments ]

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The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Tuesday that the most significant question posed by the resignation of national security adviser Michael Flynn is why intelligence officials eavesdropped on his calls with the Russian ambassador and later leaked information on those calls to the press.

In the wake of Michael Flynn's resignation as national security adviser, President Trump and Republican allies on Capitol Hill are turning their attention to the potentially 'illegal' leaks that revealed Flynn's politically fatal discussions with a Russian diplomat and other sensitive details from inside the administration.

National security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned after reports he misled Trump administration officials about his contacts with Russia's ambassador to the U.S.

President Donald Trump is evaluating the situation surrounding US national security adviser Michael Flynn and is speaking to Vice President Mike Pence about it, White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters on Monday.

If President Donald Trump wants to curtail migration into the U.S. from some of the world's most dangerous hotspots of jihadism, he has options that would effectively navigate an end-run around the courts.

The major U.S. blue chip stock index closed trading Monday in record territory.

Roads leading out of Oroville, Calif., were jammed with traffic Sunday evening as more than 130,000 people were ordered to evacuate the area due to the possibility of failure of the alternate spillway at Oroville Dam, authorities said.

Pro-life demonstrators were out Saturday at some 200 Planned Parenthood facilities. Under the banner #ProtestPP, they were protesting that the nation's taxpayers are forced to fork over 430 million dollars annually to an organization that performs more than a third of America's abortions.

President Donald Trump's 'wall' along the U.S.-Mexico border would be a series of fences and walls that would cost as much as $21.6 billion, and take more than three years to construct, based on a U.S. Department of Homeland Security internal report seen by Reuters on Thursday.

The State Department has more than doubled the rate of refugees from Iraq, Syria and other suspect countries in the week since a federal judge's reprieve, in what analysts said appears to be a push to admit as many people as possible before another court puts the program back on ice.

A report released Thursday estimates more than 2.5 million immigrants in the country illegally live in the metropolitan areas of New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, which have pledged to fight President Trump's plans to expand deportations.

A new missile-defense system developed by the United States and Japan destroyed a target missile during a test off the coast of Hawaii on Friday, a Missile Defense Agency statement said.

Anti-abortion protesters are expected to gather at nearly 200 Planned Parenthood facilities across the nation Saturday to rally support for an ongoing effort aimed at urging the federal government to defund the abortion giant.

Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider, demanded its clinics meet monthly sales quotas of abortions and rewarded employees with pizza parties and paid time off for reaching their goals, according to former employees. Clinics that did not reach their abortion quotas, were subjected to 'corrective action plans.'

Americans seem to either love or hate an executive action by President Donald Trump that keeps people from seven Muslim majority nations known to harbor terrorists from visiting the U.S.

Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch told a US senator Wednesday that the president's attacks on judges and courts weighing the legality of his controversial immigration order was 'disheartening' and 'demoralizing.'

The Senate approved Jeff Sessions as attorney general Wednesday, installing one of President Trump's biggest backers at the head of the Justice Department after one of the nastiest confirmation battles in a generation.

The Home School Legal Defense Association announced in December that it filed a lawsuit against the New York City Department of Education, alleging that the department's Central Office of Home Schooling is systemically mishandling homeschooling paperwork and failing to record students being withdrawn from public schools.

A bipartisan bill to update privacy laws was unanimously approved by the U.S. House of Representatives that would require law enforcement to get a warrant in order to review citizens' email more than 180 days old -- right now, they don't need one.

The Dakota Access oil pipeline is getting the go-ahead just two weeks after President Trump directed the Army Corps of Engineers to expedite approval of the project after the Obama administration had halted it.

Foreign nationals who have never traveled to the United States don't have constitutional rights that insulate them from President Trump's executive order suspending travel from seven terror-stricken countries, according to the Justice Department.

Tornadoes touched down in southern Louisiana Tuesday, wiping houses from their foundations and downing power lines a severe line of weather moving across the region.

A majority of Democrats believe Muslims are mistreated in the United States because of their faith, but fewer will say the same thing about Christians living in the Islamic world, a new poll shows.


The Pentagon has failed to disclose up to thousands of air strikes the U.S. military carried out over several years in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan against militants in those countries, the Military Times reported on Sunday.

Two federal judges across the country from each other issued two separate and equally different decisions late Friday -- one refusing to extend an injunction against President Donald Trump's U.S. travel suspension and one blocking its effect nationwide.

California's voter registration system is 'highly susceptible to being compromised,' because of immigration policies protecting the Golden State's 2.4 million illegal immigrants, authorities have told Fox News.

Protests against Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of California-Berkeley turned into riots on Wednesday evening.

The White House confirmed today President Donald Trump will not overturn the Obama administration's 2014 LGBT executive order for federal contractors that limits how religious groups that do not approve of homosexuality can work in government.

Legislation introduced in California would create a third gender option on drivers' licenses and expedite the process for individuals to change their sex on their birth certificate without undergoing a sex change.