Federal Judge Rules Covington Student’s $275M Libel Lawsuit against NBC May Proceed

Federal judge William Bertelsman on Thursday allowed Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann’s $275 million libel lawsuit against NBCUniversal

State Department Staffer Who Overheard Phone Call Between Trump and Sondland Will Testify Publicly This Week

State Department official David Holmes, who allegedly overheard a conversation between President Trump and Gordon Sondland in which Trump asked

Pro-Life Investigators Found Guilty in Lawsuit After Filming Planned Parenthood Execs Discussing Sale of Fetal Body Parts

A San Fransisco district court on Friday found pro-life activists guilty in a lawsuit brought by Planned Parenthood after the

House Passes Ex-Im Bank Reauthorization Bill Opposed by White House, McConnell

The House passed a bill to fund and revamp the Export-Import Bank, the agency that finances exports of U.S. goods

Katie Hill Accuses McConnell of Prioritizing the ‘NRA’s Money’ Over ‘Our Kids’ after Shooting In Her Former District

Two people were killed and three injured when a 16-year-old male student opened fire Thursday morning at Saugus High School in Santa

Grassley, Johnson Call on State Dept to Release Documents Pertaining to Hunter Biden and Burisma

The letter follows the release of documents by an investigative journalist, who revealed that Biden joined Burisma despite warnings against

Sondland Confirms He Told Ukrainian Official That Military Aid ‘Likely’ Depended on Announcement of Burisma Probe

Gordon Sondland implied that a President Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky meeting was contingent on the announcement of a probe into

The Botched Capture of Ovidio Guzmán Shows Strain in U.S.–Mexico Relationship

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador policy of ‘hugs not bullets’ has made Mexico’s cartel problem worse and hurt relations with