Yuichiro Kakutani

Exclusive: Democratic Party-Linked Shadow Group Funded Racially Charged Louisiana Ad

Unregistered PAC also paid for Gov. Edwards's campaign expenses; shares address with state party

The organization behind an ad calling Louisiana’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Eddie Rispone a white supremacist is funded almost entirely by the state Democratic party and a second group that both shares a mailing address with the party and is directly tied to Governor John Bel Edwards's reelection campaign.

California Dems’ Private Prison Conundrum

Abolishing private prisons could undermine efforts to reduce unconstitutional overcrowding

Inmates sits in housing block at San Quentin State PrisonAs California moves forward with a plan to phase out private prisons in 8 years, state Democrats have no plan for how to deal with the 1,600 inmates housed in such facilities.

Senators Ask State Dept. for Docs on Hunter Biden

Johnson, Grassley digging into details on foreign business deals

Leading Republican senators are asking the State Department to turn over all information relating to Hunter Biden and his business associates after newly released documents revealed that foreign companies attempted to leverage their ties to former vice president Joe Biden's son.

Study: Free College Plans Leave Vast Majority Worse Off

'Over 86% of all households would lose' from free tuition policies

The "free" college plans touted by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and other Democratic presidential hopefuls will require radical tax hikes and leave 86 percent of American households worse off, a recent study found.

Hunter Biden’s China Entanglements Spark Concern in Senate

Investigators probing potential conflict of interest in Hunter Biden's ties to $600 million Chinese takeover

Hunter BidenOfficials from three agencies gave a classified briefing to the chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance about Hunter Biden's business dealings with state-backed Chinese firms, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.

VA Left Vets Vulnerable to Identity Theft

Watchdog: agency illegally gave veterans' info to thousands

The Department of Veterans Affairs illegally granted roughly 25,000 people access to veterans' personal information including social security numbers, addresses, and medical histories, according to a government watchdog.