The White House said Monday that the racially motivated mass shooting in upstate New York is “another vivid reminder” of the need to prevent hate-driven terrorism, as President Biden prepared to visit Buffalo in the wake of a tragedy that symbolizes his oft-repeated reason for seeking the White House in 2020.
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Food and Drug Administration officials dragged their feet on letting Abbott Nutrition reopen its Sturgis, Michigan, baby formula plant after it was closed to address safety and quality issues, top House Republicans said Thursday, citing information from industry insiders.
FBI agents have a long-standing pattern of breaking rules on investigations, and the bureau’s efforts to solve them did not eliminate the problems, according to more than six years of internal reviews obtained by The Washington Times.
The century-old concept of moving huge armored convoys along open roads may be too dangerous on today’s high-tech battlefields. Military supply lines are more vulnerable than ever before given the massive leaps in surveillance capabilities and precision weapons.
They caved to the left on “woman” and “mother,” and now Democrats are prepared to abandon a time-honored triumph of political branding: the word “choice” as shorthand for “abortion.”
A White teenager suspected of killing 10 people in a racially motivated shooting rampage at a Buffalo grocery store in a predominantly Black neighborhood was known to authorities for a violent-threats probe more than a year ago.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s nearly 3-month-old invasion of neighboring Ukraine suffered reverses on the battlefield and in the halls of power Sunday as long-neutral Finland said it would apply to join the NATO military alliance and neighboring Sweden signaled it wouldn’t be far behind.
A slew of current and former FBI officials are slated to take the stand in a trial set to begin Monday of former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann, offering testimony that could lay bare the FBI’s eagerness to seize on unverified anti-Trump political dirt.
Mayor Eric Adams wants New Yorkers to know it is safe to go out again.
President Biden scrambled Thursday to show he is on top of the baby formula shortage as frustrated parents and Republicans slammed the administration for getting caught flat-footed and sending scarce formula to illegal immigrants while American parents stare at empty store shelves.
A few hours after Attorney General Merrick Garland promised to beef up Supreme Court security, it was business as usual in front of Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh’s house.
ANALYSIS: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was designed to topple the government in Kyiv, fracture NATO and cement Moscow’s status as a fearsome 21st-century military machine and an irreplaceable energy kingpin that could use its oil and gas reserves to bully Europe.
House Democrats’ probe of Commanders, team owner Dan Snyder blitzed by accusations of political bias
The Congressional probe of the NFL’s Washington Commanders is awash in accusations of political bias after lobbyists, who are linked to a campaign to oust team owner Dan Snyder, solicited money for a Democrat lawmaker spearheading the investigation.
Republicans are redoubling outreach to Asian American voters who, according to the party, are a natural fit with conservative values that are pro-family, pro-small business and pro-police.
President Biden’s lawyer, defending the government’s immigration policies to the Supreme Court late last month, painted a picture of an administration eager to detain illegal immigrants to the full extent of the law but stymied by a stingy Congress that won’t give them any more beds. The numbers, however, don’t back that up.
CDC reports gun homicides spiked during pandemic, delves into gun-violence studies after long freeze
The gun-homicide rate jumped by a whopping 35% in 2020 against the backdrop of the pandemic while gun-involved suicides remained steady but alarmingly high, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report Tuesday.
A center-right political group announced Monday a $2 million endeavor to elect state election officials committed to strengthening the integrity of the ballot.
Things got ugly Monday when former Rep. Allen West announced he was challenging National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre at the organization’s annual meeting later this month.
Time is running out on Democrats’ hopes to get inflation under control before the November elections.
Second Amendment advocates scored a string of victories in recent years to expand to 25 states the right to carry a concealed handgun without a permit, or what is known as “constitutional carry.”
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says the truth is on his side in his reelection race, and much of the political universe agrees, with the glaring exception of former President Donald Trump.
The anonymous leak of Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr.’s draft opinion overturning the federal law legalizing abortion has accelerated the politicization of the Supreme Court, court watchers say.
The Biden administration cut corners in its rush to announce new rules extending work permits for foreigners in the U.S., including many illegal immigrants, and the divergence from standard procedures could imperil the legality of the policy.
House Democratic Conference Chairman Hakeem Jeffries is running a stealth campaign to replace Speaker Nancy Pelosi as the party’s leader in the House, avoiding the limelight but spreading money around and working backroom deals to line up support.
Perhaps you’ve seen the YouTube or TikTok videos: An all-electric Jaguar I-PACE sport utility vehicle picks up a passenger who hops into the back seat and proceeds to record the trip — amazed there’s no driver in the front seat.
The Federal Reserve raised a key interest by half a point on Wednesday to combat soaring inflation, a move that critics say came too late and which some economists say now risks a recession.