Former Washington Times editor Arnaud de Borchgrave died Sunday at age 88, the Washington Times reports.
Documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon cast doubt on claims made Sunday by the secretary for veterans’ affairs that 60 people who manipulated wait time data have been fired by the agency over the last half-year.
Senior U.S. officials in both the State Department and White House denied reports that the Obama administration has stopped informing Israel about Iran nuclear talks as a result of anger over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming speech before a joint session of Congress, according to statements provided to the Free Beacon.
Say goodbye to those education Pell Grants and to that HUD Home Investment Partnership Program you have heard so many nice things about. In fact, if former senator and federal judge James L. Buckley has his way, every government program that relies on federal grants to state and local governments will be done for.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky learned to sleep lightly in Russia’s prison camps.
The National Security Agency, still reeling from massive leaks caused by Edward Snowden, is preparing to be hit with another major loss of secrets, according to U.S. intelligence officials.
The Stop Hillary PAC launched a site Friday featuring Clinton-themed Valentine’s cards to send to “a friend and remind them how awful Hillary Clinton is.” For every Valentine sent, the PAC will send Hillary one as well.