The State Department announced a new $600,000 taxpayer-funded study that suggests “ideals of masculinity” in Kenya are contributing to terrorism.
The Environmental Protection Agency has the resources necessary to continue working through next week, even if there is a government shutdown, according to Administrator Scott Pruitt.
In a shocking development, the media loved a speech teased to the media, written for the media, and delivered in its entirety for the media.
A senior policy adviser to Democratic senator Patty Murray (Wash.) reportedly said her office in the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions does “not care about antisemitism.”
During the Obama administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement was not following proper procedures when checking if illegal aliens were known terrorists, jeopardizing national security, according to an audit.
The American Psychiatric Association is pleading with its members and all psychiatrists to stop analyzing President Donald Trump, saying it is “unacceptable and unethical” to engage in “armchair psychiatry.”
Drinking while watching MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show led to death threats against Republicans Mitch McConnell and Scott Pruitt that sparked an FBI investigation.
Kenneth Marcus, the nominee for assistant secretary for civil rights under the Department of Education, is set for a committee hearing before the Senate HELP Committee Thursday amidst an aggressive attack campaign against his nomination by leading anti-Israel groups.
I’m starting to worry about CNN’s “mental fitness.”
The Partnership for Open and Fair Skies appears to be distancing itself from the public relations firm running its campaign after reports that anti-Trump consultants helped sink its bid to levy a tax against Gulf carriers in the tax cut bill.