Congress has the sacred duty to sanction military force. It's time lawmakers take that duty back and take it seriously. Our Founding Fathers gave Congress the sole power to declare war in Article 1 of
Dan Bongino reacts to video of mob attacking Baltimore officer: ‘I blame the political leaders for this’
Former NYPD officer Dan Bongino reacted Monday to a video posted on social media showing a Baltimore police sergeant being kicked by bystanders while he wrestled with a suspect, blaming the city's political
More proof that you're never too small to make a difference: Six-year-old Owen Colley from Hingham, Massachusetts, is making clay koalas to help animals affected by the Australian bushfires, and has already
Doris Miller was working as a mess attendant on the battleship West Virginia the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. An alarm sounded, and as the ship drew heavy fire, Mr.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Jews on Friday marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Budapest ghetto and the end of the Holocaust, which killed more than 500,000 Jews and destroyed a once-vibrant
His county's Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to become a Second Amendment sanctuary A sheriff's deputy in Davidson County, Virginia, delivered a powerful speech in defense of the Second Amendment
Jarrett Stepman: California blackouts are a self-inflicted mess – Don't just blame PG&E for the new Dark Ages
California, the richest state in the nation—and one that’s often portrayed as the progressive harbinger of the future for the rest of the country—has been hit with its latest Third World-style disaster.
Photographer Jono Rotman spent eight years with the Mighty Mongrel Mob. In the 1960s a gang of variously disaffected youth sprang up in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. They didn't ride bikes, but they quickly
(CNN) — An altercation Tuesday at a Walmart in Louisiana's capital did not involve any gunshots, as was previously reported by local authorities, a federal law enforcement officer told CNN. Earlier, Baton
"In God We Trust" has long been printed on US currency, but many believe the adage is now outdated and doesn't reflect the values of all Americans. In South Dakota, however, government officials have a