Policy and Politics

Trump Approves Of Podcast Host Joe Rogan’s Unfiltered, In-Person Presidential Debate Proposal

Comedian and top podcast host Joe Rogan wants to moderate a presidential debate between President Trump and Democratic Presidential Nominee J

Donald Trump Nominated for Second Nobel Prize for Work in Serbia and Kosovo

A member of the Swedish Parliament has nominated the United States under President Donald Trump for a second Nobel Prize in honor of work in

NFL season kickoff ratings crushed as league grapples with social justice issues

With millions of people stuck inside due to the coronavirus pandemic, the kickoff to the 2020 NFL season failed to capture a strong ratings s

Don Jr. On Alleged Kenosha Shooter: We’re Waiting For Due Process

Donald Trump Jr. has said he is waiting for “due process” to play out before he makes an informed decision about Kyle Rittenhouse. The 17-yea

Russia, China, Iran to hold massive joint military exercise

China, Russia, Iran and a handful of other nations will hold massive joint military drills later this month.

Despite the Pushback, Sen. Ted Cruz Is Right About the Abortion Drug

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, on Sept. 2 tweeted a piece from National Review reporting that he and numerous other Republican senators had written

ESPN to Televise Protesting Players and Singing of Black National Anthem

The players have said they will protest and, if they do, ESPN says they will televise it.

Ben Sasse Calls For Repealing The 17th Amendment

Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse called for the repeal of the 17th Amendment to the United States Constitution in an op-ed published Tuesda

Congress back for shortened session, McConnell says Senate will vote on coronavirus relief package

Congress, White House appear to have a tentative agreement on a continuing resolution to avoid a potential government shutdown.

‘Senseless’: 51 Shot, 10 Dead In Bloody Chicago Labor Day Weekend, Child Among The Dead

Dozens were shot and multiple people died over Labor Day weekend in Chicago as violence continues in the city, according to police.

The CDC Is Not the Nation’s Housing Regulator

The agency’s eviction ban oversteps the bounds of the law.

Vaccine by Election Day ‘extremely unlikely,' top White House adviser says

Dr. Moncef Slaoui, the chief adviser for the White House coronavirus vaccine development program, said Thursday that chances of a vaccine by

November mail-in voting starts in North Carolina with roughly 600k requested ballots sent to voters

Ballots go out in two weeks in other battleground states including Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Trump oversees economic deal that includes Kosovo recognizing Israel, Serbia moving embassy to Jerusalem

The European Union had mediated talks between Serbia and Kosovo for more than a decade.

Facebook Will Ban Campaigns from Uploading Ads in Last Week of Election to Avoid ‘Civil Unrest’

Social media giant Facebook has announced plans to ban new political ads for the week leading up to Election Day on November 3.

Jobless Claims Fall to 881,000, Lowest Since Pandemic Hit

Fewer than one million U.S. workers filed new claims for unemployment benefits in the final week of August, the Labor Department said in its

New York City Suffers 50 Percent Murder Spike In August, Shootings More Than Double

While left-wing ideologues demand cities defund the police, the current situation in New York City offers a compelling case for law enforceme

California Legislature passes bill to soften criminal penalty for LGBT adults who have sex with underage teens

The California General Assembly — comprised of a Democratic supermajority — has advanced legislation that could ease the criminal punishment

Trump Wins Short Reprieve in Bid to Shield Tax Records From Manhattan DA

President Donald Trump won another reprieve Tuesday in his bid to shield his financial records from investigators.